LASER INDUCED FLUORESCENCE POSSIBILITIES TO DETECT METHANE ELEVATED CONCENTRATIONS IN THE SEAWATER
Authors: BUKIN, ILYA; LYAKHOV, DMITRY
Source: Atmosphere Aerosol, Phytoplankton and its Influence on Climate Forming in the P, 1 January 2011 , pp. 95-98(4)
Abstract:The issue of finding elevated concentrations of methane in seawater is extremely pertinent, not only in terms of finding deposits of gas hydrates, but also in terms of studies of the carbon cycle in the ocean. White S.N. et al and Hester K.S et al demonstrate the laser Raman spectroscopy application in order to study gas hydrates using remote-controlled robots. This paper discusses the usage possibility of the laser induced fluorescence method in order to detect seawater masses with elevated methane concentration, using a spectral apparatus developed for a remote operated vehicle.
Document Type: Research article
Publication date: 2011-01-01
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