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Visualizing and Quantifying Methane and Natural Gas Emissions using Lasers and Small Semi-Autonomous Drones

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Abstract

We describe man-portable and aerial near-IR laser sensor platforms which spatially scan a laser beam to create quantitative plume images. These tools locate, visualize, and deduce natural gas (methane) emission rates at small infrastmchrre sources.

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