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Insect remote sensing using a polarization sensitive cw lidar system in Chinese rice fields

Author:
  • Shiming Zhu
  • Elin Malmqvist
  • Yiyun Li
  • Samuel Jansson
  • Wansha Li
  • Zheng Duan
  • Wei Fu
  • Katarina Svanberg
  • Joakim Bood
  • Hongqiang Feng
  • Susanne Åkesson
  • Ziwei Song
  • Baoxin Zhang
  • Guangyu Zhao
  • Dunsong Li
  • Mikkel Brydegaard
  • Sune Svanberg
Publishing year: 2018-04-13
Language: English
Publication/Series: EPJ Web of Conferences
Volume: 176
Document type: Journal article
Publisher: EDP Sciences

Abstract english

A joint Chinese-Swedish field campaign of Scheimpflug continuous-wave lidar monitoring of rice-field flying pest insects was pursued in very hot July weather conditions close to Guangzhou, China. The occurrence of insects, birds and bats with almost 200 hours of round-the-clock polarization-sensitive recordings was studied. Wing-beat frequency recordings and depolarization properties were used for target classification. Influence of weather conditions on the flying fauna was also investigated.

Keywords

  • Atom and Molecular Physics and Optics
  • Other Biological Topics

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Published
  • ISSN: 2101-6275
Susanne Åkesson
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