Thermal infrared remote sensing of volcanic emissions using the moderate resolution imaging spectroradiometer

@inproceedings{Watsona2004ThermalIR,
  title={Thermal infrared remote sensing of volcanic emissions using the moderate resolution imaging spectroradiometer},
  author={I. M. Watsona and V. J. Realmutob and W. I. Rosea and A. J. Pratac and G. J. S. Blutha and Y. Gua and C. E. Badera and T. Yua},
  year={2004}
}
  • I. M. Watsona, V. J. Realmutob, +5 authors T. Yua
  • Published 2004
The volcanological community has a powerful new tool in the spaceborne moderate resolution imaging spectroradiometer (MODIS), which, from its synoptic perspective, provides satellite imagery of every volcano on Earth every 2 days. MODIS has the spectral characteristics to be able to utilise previously developed retrievals that quantify volcanic ash, ice, sulfates and sulfur dioxide using their thermal infrared (8–12 Am) transmission signature. In this paper, we present a detailed description of… CONTINUE READING
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