Mapping methane concentrations from a controlled release experiment using the next generation airborne visible/infrared imaging spectrometer (AVIRIS-NG)

@inproceedings{Thorpe2014MappingMC,
  title={Mapping methane concentrations from a controlled release experiment using the next generation airborne visible/infrared imaging spectrometer (AVIRIS-NG)},
  author={Andrew K. Thorpe and Christian Frankenberg and Andrew D. Aubrey and Dar A. Roberts and Anders Nottrott and Thomas A. Rahn and Jeremy A. Sauer and Manvendra K. Dubey and Keeley Costigan and Chisato Arata and Andrea M. Steffke and Shane Hills and Christian Haselwimmer and Deborah Charlesworth and Chris C. Funk and Robert O. Green and Sarah K. Lundeen and Joseph W. Boardman and Michael L. Eastwood and Charles M. Sarture and Scott H. Nolte and Ian B. McCubbin and David Russell Thompson and Joseph P. McFadden},
  year={2014}
}
Abstract Emissions estimates of anthropogenic methane (CH 4 ) sources are highly uncertain and many sources related to energy production are localized yet difficult to quantify. Airborne imaging spectrometers like the next generation Airborne Visible/Infrared Imaging Spectrometer (AVIRIS-NG) are well suited for locating CH 4 point sources due to their ability to map concentrations over large regions with the high spatial resolution necessary to resolve localized emissions. AVIRIS-NG was… CONTINUE READING

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