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Developing environmental sensing and monitoring technologies become essential especially for industries that may cause severe contamination. Intelligent environmental sensing uses novel sensor techniques, intelligent signal and data processing algorithms, and wireless sensor networks to enhance environmental sensing and monitoring. It finds applications in many environmental problems such as oil and gas, water quality, and agriculture. This book addresses issues related to three main approaches to intelligent environmental sensing and discusses their latest technological developments. Key contents of the book include:Agricultural monitoring Classification, detection, and estimationData fusionGeological monitoringMotor monitoringMulti-sensor systems Oil reservoirs monitoringSensor motesWater quality monitoringWireless sensor network protocol.
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Henry Ljungmann (born 3 December 1897, date of death unknown) was a Norwegian ski jumper who has competed in the 1920s.
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