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Title: Impact of atmospheric water vapor on the thermal infrared remote sensing of volcanic sufur dioxide emmisions: A case study from Pu'u 'O'o vent of Kilauea volcano, Hawaii
Authors: Realmuto, V. J.
Worden, H. M.
Issue Date: 10-Sep-2000
Citation: Journal of geophysical research-solid earth, vol.105 no. B9 pp. 21497-21507
Pasadena, CA, USA
Abstract: The December 18, 1999, launch of NASA's Terra satellite put two multispectral thermal infrared imaging instruments into Earth orbit. Experiments with airborne instruments have demonstrated that the data from such instruments can be used to detect volcanic SO2 plumes and clouds.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/14460
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