Atmospheric Remote Sensing: Principles and Applications

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Atmospheric Remote Sensing: Principles and Applications Editors: Abhay Kumar Singh, Shani Tiwari Format: Paperback / softback First Published: Published By: Elsevier - Health Sciences Division
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Pages: 480 Language: English ISBN: 9780323992626 Category:

Atmospheric Remote Sensing: Principles and Applications discusses the fundamental principles of atmospheric remote sensing and their applications in different research domains. Furthermore, the book covers the basic concepts of satellite remote sensing of the atmosphere, followed by Ionospheric remote sensing tools like Global Positioning System (GPS) and Very Low Frequency (VLF) wave. Sections emphasize the applications of atmospheric remote study in Ionospheric perturbation, fire detection, aerosol characteristics over land, ocean and Himalayan regions. In addition, the application of atmospheric remote sensing in disaster management like dust storms, cyclones, smoke plume, aerosol-cloud interaction, and their impact on climate change are discussed. This book is a valuable reference for students, researchers and professionals working in atmospheric science, remote sensing, and related disciplines.

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Author Biography

Dr. Abhay Kumar Singh is a professor of Physics at Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India. He completed his graduation, post-graduation, and a doctoral degree from Banaras Hindu University. He has more than 25 years of teaching and research experience. He has supervised 12 Ph.D. theses and 45 master's theses. He has published 225 research papers in international/national journals of repute. He has completed 16 research projects funded by DST, UGC, ISRO, SERB, MoES. He was awarded BOYSCAST Fellowship for advance research at Umea University, Sweden. His field of research is aerosols, dust storms, and their climate effects; space weather studies of ionosphere/magnetosphere; GPS based TEC and water vapor measurements; and VLF whistler-mode waves. Dr. Shani Tiwari is a scientist and working at the National Institute of Oceanography, Goa, India. He received his doctorate degree from Banaras Hindu University. He has more than ten year of research experience in the field of aerosol remote sensing. After his doctorate, he served at Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Nagoya University, Japan as a Designated Assistant Professor. He also worked at Physical Research Laboratory Ahmedabad India and Environmental Research Institute, Shandong University, Qingdao, China, as Postdoctoral Fellow. His research focuses on aerosol remote sensing, environmental pollution, radiative transfer, and climate change. He has published 32 peer-reviewed research articles and book chapters in international/national journals with h/i10 - index 14/15 and has delivered several oral, posters presentations along with an invited talk in various national/ international conferences/meetings. He also serves as a reviewer for several peer-reviewed research journals.