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Title: Laboratory Spectroscopy to Support Remote Sensing of Atmospheric Composition
Primary Author: Linda R. Brown
Secondary Author(s): Pin Chen, Brian J. Drouin, Charles E. Miller,
John Pearson, Stanley P. Sander, Keeyoon Sung,
Robert A. Toth, ShanShan Yu
Institution: Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Summary: This paper discusses the declining state of laboratory studies that are essential to support and enable remote sensing of planetary bodies. Five recommendations are given to improve this situation.
Panel Selection: None of the above.
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