Record Display for the EPA National Library CatalogRECORD NUMBER: 28 OF 32
|Main Title||Proceedings of Conference on Environmental Quality Sensors (2nd) Held at National Environmental Research Center, Las Vegas, Nevada on October 10-11, 1973.|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C. Office of Monitoring Systems.|
|Stock Number||PB-264 183|
|Additional Subjects||Remote sensing ; Forecasting ; Fluorescence ; Chemical analysis ; Water analysis ; Air pollution ; Water pollution ; Environmental impacts ; Assessments ; Monitoring ; Oil pollution ; Performance evaluation ; Dissolved oxygen ; Gas analysis ; Microwave equipment ; Radiometry ; Hazardous materials ; Infrared detection ; Optical radar ; Aerial surveys ; Scientific satellites ; Zeeman effect ; Polarimeters ; Turbidity ; Plumes ; Data analysis ; Atomic spectroscopy ; Optical measurement ; Electrodes ; Water quality ; Sensor mapping ; Design criteria ; Concentration(Composition) ; Sewers ; Air pollution detection ; Water pollution detection ; Air quality ; Ion selective electrodes ; Long path optical measurements ; Procedures|
This report contains the papers presented at the Second Conference on Environmental Quality Sensors, held at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's National Environmental Research Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, on October 10 and 11, 1973. The papers covered such topics as: aircraft-, satellite-, and land-based remote sensing systems for monitoring and/or identifying pollutants in the air, in water, and on land; in situ monitoring systems, remote sensing techniques for land use mapping, environmental impact assessment, water surface temperature determinations, oil and hazardous material spills identification; also addressed are present environmental monitoring requirements of the EPA regions.