Development of a UV laser-induced fluorescence lidar for monitoring blue-green algae in Lake Suwa.

Abstract

We developed a UV (355 nm) laser-induced fluorescence (LIF) lidar for monitoring the real-time status of blue-green algae. Since the fluorescence spectrum of blue-green algae excited by 355 nm showed the specific fluorescence at 650 nm, the lidar was designed to be able to detect the 650 nm fluorescence as a surveillance method for the algae. The usefulness… (More)
DOI: 10.1364/AO.53.007030

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@article{Saito2014DevelopmentOA, title={Development of a UV laser-induced fluorescence lidar for monitoring blue-green algae in Lake Suwa.}, author={Yasunori Saito and Kengo Takano and Fumitoshi Kobayashi and Kazuki Kobayashi and Ho-Dong Park}, journal={Applied optics}, year={2014}, volume={53 30}, pages={7030-6} }