25 May 2018 Ocean surface characterization using snapshot hyperspectral polarimetric imager
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Abstract
Results of measurements by a novel snapshot hyperspectral polarimetric imager are presented using several data sets acquired from ocean platforms. Based on the unique availability of the pixel-to-pixel total, sky and water leaving radiances at multiple wavelengths, variations of these parameters for wind-roughened surface are assessed and possible errors in measurements of these parameters are estimated. Measurements made by the imager are compared with coincident ones from the green-band SALSA Stokes vector imaging camera, a push-broom hyperspectral polarimetric imager operated by Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), and with simulations using a vector radiative transfer code, all demonstrating excellent agreement.
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Carlos Carrizo, Carlos Carrizo, Andrii Golovin, Andrii Golovin, Ahmed El-Habashi, Ahmed El-Habashi, Robert Foster, Robert Foster, Deric Gray, Deric Gray, Jeff Bowles, Jeff Bowles, Alexander Gilerson, Alexander Gilerson, } "Ocean surface characterization using snapshot hyperspectral polarimetric imager", Proc. SPIE 10631, Ocean Sensing and Monitoring X, 1063107 (25 May 2018); doi: 10.1117/12.2309585; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2309585
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