Using LiDAR to Measure Farm Air Quality

Today measuring the air quality on a farm can only be done a single point at a time. In this interesting article in High Plains/Midwest Ag Journal they provide an argument for the use of atmospheric LiDAR to monitor air quality “above” the entire farm.

“LiDAR allows us to see just how accurate these limited samples are and how much the whole atmosphere within a given area is changing,” says Hatfield. “It lets us see what’s going on from many dimensions.”

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