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John Selker

Oregon State University


John Selker is a Professor in the Dept. of Biological & Ecological Engineering, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR. selkerj@engr.orst.edu


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Fiber Optics For Environmental Sensing   May 1, 2008
By: John Selker

A staple of the oil industry, distributed temperature sensing (DTS)—capable of measuring temperature along a length of fiber-optic cable—is finding utility in environmental monitoring, helping researchers to tease out the hydrology of streams, air flow in valleys, and health of glaciers.




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