Volcanic CO2 detection with a DFM/OPA-based lidar

Alessandro Aiuppa, Simone Santoro, Marcello Nuvoli, Alessandro Aiuppa, Luca Fiorani, Carmine Minopoli, Simone Santoro, Stefano Parracino

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Abstract

The DFM/OPA-based lidar BILLI was used to investigate the volcanic plume released by the hydrothermal vent of Pisciarelli, in the Campi Flegrei volcano. BILLI remotely measured CO2 concentrations in cross-sections of the nearvent plume using the differential absorption technique. To our knowledge, this is the first example of lidar-based measurement of volcanic CO2 . The spatial resolution was 1.5 m and the temporal resolution 20 s.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)1034-1036
Numero di pagine3
RivistaOptics Letters
Volume40
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2015

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optical radar
plumes
volcanology
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temporal resolution
volcanoes
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  • Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Optics

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Aiuppa, A., Santoro, S., Nuvoli, M., Aiuppa, A., Fiorani, L., Minopoli, C., ... Parracino, S. (2015). Volcanic CO2 detection with a DFM/OPA-based lidar. Optics Letters, 40, 1034-1036.

Volcanic CO2 detection with a DFM/OPA-based lidar. / Aiuppa, Alessandro; Santoro, Simone; Nuvoli, Marcello; Aiuppa, Alessandro; Fiorani, Luca; Minopoli, Carmine; Santoro, Simone; Parracino, Stefano.

In: Optics Letters, Vol. 40, 2015, pag. 1034-1036.

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Aiuppa, A, Santoro, S, Nuvoli, M, Aiuppa, A, Fiorani, L, Minopoli, C, Santoro, S & Parracino, S 2015, 'Volcanic CO2 detection with a DFM/OPA-based lidar', Optics Letters, vol. 40, pagg. 1034-1036.
Aiuppa A, Santoro S, Nuvoli M, Aiuppa A, Fiorani L, Minopoli C e altri. Volcanic CO2 detection with a DFM/OPA-based lidar. Optics Letters. 2015;40:1034-1036.
Aiuppa, Alessandro ; Santoro, Simone ; Nuvoli, Marcello ; Aiuppa, Alessandro ; Fiorani, Luca ; Minopoli, Carmine ; Santoro, Simone ; Parracino, Stefano. / Volcanic CO2 detection with a DFM/OPA-based lidar. In: Optics Letters. 2015 ; Vol. 40. pagg. 1034-1036.
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