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Title: Remote sensing by the fluorescence property of the Scatterer
Authors: Jadhav DB 
Issue Date: 1987
Publisher: Digest - International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS)
IEEE, New York, NY, USA
Project: IGARSS '87. Remote Sensing: Understanding the Earth as a System 
Ann Arbor, MI, USA 
Abstract: Remote sensing by the fluorescence property of the scattering media is discussed. The fluorescence emission in nature by crude oil spills, haze, dust, smoke and cloud droplets is considered. A method for eliminating background by strong solar radiation is suggested. The principal difference between conventional remote sensing and this technique is that the wide spectral bands are used for conventional remote sensing whereas, for this technique, a narrow spectral band image at the bottom of the Fraunhofer line and an image at the nearby continuum are required. That is, for this technique, a high spectral resolution of at least 0. 1 to 0. 5 angstrom is required depending on the type of Frauhofer line available in the region of interest.
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