Robert E. Parks
Since the environment is often mentioned in the news these days, it may be of interest to look at environmental issues affecting optical standards. How can standards writing priorities be adjusted to ensure that due attention is being paid to environmental issues? How well do various optical systems perform in less than ideal environments?
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Publish Date: 01 July 1993
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