Overview of Sensors and Needs for Environmental Monitoring
AbstractThis paper surveys the needs associated with environmental monitoring and longtermenvironmental stewardship. Emerging sensor technologies are reviewed to identifycompatible technologies for various environmental monitoring applications. Thecontaminants that are considered in this report are grouped into the following categories:(1) metals, (2) radioisotopes, (3) volatile organic compounds, and (4) biologicalcontaminants. United States regulatory drivers are evaluated for different applications (e.g.,drinking water, storm water, pretreatment, and air emissions), and sensor requirements arederived from these regulatory metrics. Sensor capabilities are then summarized according tocontaminant type, and the applicability of the different sensors to various environmentalmonitoring applications is discussed. View Full-Text
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Ho, C.K.; Robinson, A.; Miller, D.R.; Davis, M.J. Overview of Sensors and Needs for Environmental Monitoring. Sensors 2005, 5, 4-37.
Ho CK, Robinson A, Miller DR, Davis MJ. Overview of Sensors and Needs for Environmental Monitoring. Sensors. 2005; 5(1):4-37.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ho, Clifford K.; Robinson, Alex; Miller, David R.; Davis, Mary J. 2005. "Overview of Sensors and Needs for Environmental Monitoring." Sensors 5, no. 1: 4-37.