Li, J.; Che, Y.; Song, N.; Chen, D., and Li, J., 2020. Analysis of oil spill pollution in the sea based on hyperspectral laser radar. In: Yang, D.F. and Wang, H. (eds.), Recent Advances in Marine Geology and Environmental Oceanography. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue No. 108, pp. 156–160. Coconut Creek (Florida), ISSN 0749-0208.
The oceans, which account for 71% of the earth's surface area, play a very important role in the development of human society and provide rich resources for mankind. The pollution from oil spills on the sea surface will cause great harm to marine natural ecology and marine living resources. In this paper, according to the characteristics and harms of petroleum pollutants, combined with the development trend of domestic and foreign super-continuous spectrum LIDAR technology, a set of hyperspectral LIDAR prototypes for monitoring oil spill pollution in the sea is designed. The LIDAR can cover the band range of 400 nm∼1100 nm and measure the spectral irradiance of oil spills on the surface of water with different thicknesses at daytime and at night, respectively. According to the experimental data, the super-continuous spectrum LIDAR prototype can be well-qualified for the monitoring of oil spills on the sea surface at night. The experimental data show that the LIDAR prototype can be applied to the monitoring of oil spill pollution.