Abstract

A compact and highly sensitive helicopter-born fluorescence lidar is described. The single channel system is based on a high power, tunable laser. From an altitude of 70 m, selective detection of the tracer dye rhodamine B of less than 10−10 g/cm3 in natural waters is achieved.

© 1981 Optical Society of America

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