Recent progresses in optical detection and discrimination of pollutants in remote ground water and environment: a review

Abstract : Against threats to populations by water pollution, it is critical to remotely, continuously and unambiguously identify and quantify pollutants in surface and ground water. This fast evolving field shall benefit increasingly from optical technologies. We propose a tentative review of the state of art and some promising ideas.
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Bernard Dussardier, Charlotte Hurel, Marie Adier, Dominique Vouagner, Anne-Marie Jurdyc. Recent progresses in optical detection and discrimination of pollutants in remote ground water and environment: a review. International Conference on Fiber Optics and Photonics - PHOTONICS- Delhi-India 2018, Dec 2018, New Delhi, India. ⟨hal-02054441⟩

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