Research article 30 Mar 2020
Research article | 30 Mar 2020
Testing the near-field Gaussian plume inversion flux quantification technique using unmanned aerial vehicle sampling
Adil Shah et al.
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AMICAfor airborne trace gas measurements by infrared spectroscopy. Its design makes it robust and allows for sensitive measurements. AMICA has been used on two different aircraft for measuring gases including carbonyl sulfide, carbon monoxide and ozone. With fairly simple adaptions, AMICA can measure many stable trace gases that absorb light in the infrared.
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