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  • Airborne spray drift measurement using passive collectors and lidar Systems 

    Gregorio, Eduard; Solanelles, Francesc; Rocadenbosch Burillo, Francisco; Rosell Amigó, Juan Ramón; Sanz, Ricardo (2009)
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    Minimization of the risk associated with spray applications requires a proper understanding of the spray drift phenomenon. This fact has led to the development of several techniques to measure the deposition on horizontal ...
  • Eye-safe lidar system for pesticide spray drift measurement 

    Gregorio, Eduard; Rocadenbosch Burillo, Francisco; Sanz Cortiella, Ricardo; Rosell-Polo, Joan R. (2015-02)
    Article
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    Spray drift is one of the main sources of pesticide contamination. For this reason, an accurate understanding of this phenomenon is necessary in order to limit its effects. Nowadays, spray drift is usually studied by using ...
  • LIDAR as an alternative to passive collectors to measure pesticide spray drift 

    Gregorio, Eduard; Rosell-Polo, Joan R.; Sanz Cortiella, Ricardo; Rocadenbosch Burillo, Francisco; Solanelles, Francesc; Garcerá, Cruz; Chueca, Patricia; Arnó, Jaume; Del Moral, Ignacio; Masip, Joan; Camp, Ferran; Viana, Rafarl; Escolà, Alexandre; Gràcia, Felip; Planas, Santiago; Moltó, Enrique (2014-01)
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    Pesticide spray drift entails a series of risks and costs in terms of human, animal and environmental well-being. A proper understanding of this phenomenon is essential to minimise these risks. However, most conventional ...
  • Six-channel polychromator design and implementation for the UPC elastic/Raman LIDAR 

    Kumar, Dhiraj; Rocadenbosch Burillo, Francisco; Sicard, Michaël; Comerón Tejero, Adolfo; Muñoz, Constantino; Lange, Diego; Tomás Martínez, Sergio; Gregorio, Eduard (SPIE, 2011)
    Conference lecture
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    A 6-channel dichroic-based polychromator is presented as the spectrally selective unit for the U.P.C. elastic/Raman lidar. Light emission is made at 355-nm (ultraviolet, UV), 532-nm (visible, VIS) and 1064-nm (near infrared, ...
  • Spray drift measurement using a UV lidar system 

    Gregorio, Eduard; Rosell, J. R.; Sanz, R.; Rocadenbosch Burillo, Francisco; Solanellas, F.; Garcerá, Cruz; Chueca, Patricia; Arnó, J.; Del Moral, Ignacio; Masip, J.; Camp, F.; Viana, Rafarl; Escolà, A.; Gràcia, F.; Planas, S; Moltó, Enrique (Universitat Politècnica de València, 2013)
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    Range-resolved lidar systems, principally the elastic ones, have been used in a number of studies for pesticide spray drift monitoring in both aerial and ground spray treatments (Gregorio et al., 2011). In most cases, lidar ...