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Technical Reports: Methods

Towards an Environmental Internet of Things [IoT]

Authors
Jane K. Hart, Kirk Martinez
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Key Points

  • IoT technology allows a step‐change in monitoring environmental processes
  • The types of systems, web technology and challenges ahead are presented
Open Access
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Technical Reports: Methods

A new concept for an ocean bottom pressure meter capable of precision long‐term monitoring in marine geodesy and oceanography

Authors
Hans‐Hermann Gennerich, Heinrich Villinger
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Key Points

  • We introduce a new constructional concept for an ocean bottom pressure meter
  • This OBP aims for unequivocal detection and monitoring of long‐term trends
  • This OBP enables easy in situ calibration of the differential pressure gauge.
Open Access
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Research Articles

Dust deposition on the decks of the Mars Exploration Rovers: 10 years of dust dynamics on the Panoramic Camera calibration targets.

Authors
Kjartan M. Kinch, James F. Bell III, Walter Goetz, Jeffrey R. Johnson, Jonathan Joseph, Morten Bo Madsen, Jascha Sohl‐Dickstein
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Key Points

  • We present an improved method for dust‐correcting calibration target images
  • The maximum deposited optical depth is 1.5 for Spirit and 1.1 for Opportunity
  • The two MER landing sites exhibit very different dust histories
Open Access
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Technical Reports: Methods

Prognosis of Ti abundance in Sinus Iridum using a non‐linear analysis of Chang' E‐1(CE‐1) Interference Imaging Spectrometer (IIM) Imagery

Authors
Xing Tingyan, Liu Fujiang, Liu Li, Li Chan, Zhang Ying, Qiao Le, Yang Rong, Zheng Xiaopo, Zhu Meng, Zhang Qi
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Key Points

  • A new method is introduced to estimate the Ti content of the Moon's soil
  • The lowest reflectance values (Rmin) are calculated for Sinus Iridum
  • 3.Rmin and TiO2 (0.812) correlation can be used by IIM hyper‐spectral data
Open Access

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