8 July 1994 Airborne hyperspectral algorithms to determine trophical and morphological status of lakes, rivers, and coastal waters
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Abstract
Trophy and morphology of rivers, lakes and coastal waters are the most important factors to estimate the status of the waters in respect to biological and ecological situations. Additionally trophy of freshinland waters is a criterion for water quality such as drinking water. Usually the chlorophyll concentration produced by phyto-', meso- and zoo—plankton indicates the status of waters, but it does not regard the dynamic aspects of trophy. Therefore the primary productivity, as the dynamic part of trophy is necessary to xnonitore . This needs much• more complex methods and algorithms than just a correlation of chlorophyll with any remote sensing recorded radiances. The spectral signatures of the primary 4 trophical situations and a concept for the determination of primary productivity from airborne hyperspectral data are described.
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Michaela C. Mueksch, "Airborne hyperspectral algorithms to determine trophical and morphological status of lakes, rivers, and coastal waters", Proc. SPIE 2231, Algorithms for Multispectral and Hyperspectral Imagery, (8 July 1994); doi: 10.1117/12.179771; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.179771
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