13 November 1996 Development and validation of satellite retrieval algorithms and derived products: an emerging role for airborne active-passive (laser-solar) ocean color remote sensing
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Proceedings Volume 2964, CIS Selected Papers: Laser Remote Sensing of Natural Waters: From Theory to Practice; (1996); doi: 10.1117/12.258355
Event: CIS Selected Papers: Laser Remote Sensing of Natural Waters: From Theory to Practice, 1996, St.Petersburg, Russian Federation
Abstract
During the CZCS era chlorophyll retrieval algorithms were developed with a very limited number of oceanic spectral radiance and pigment pairs obtained at individual ship stations. Recent results suggest that copious airborne active-passive data can now be used to validate oceanic water-leaving radiances, incident downwelling irradiance, phytoplankton chlorophyll, and the chromophoric dissolved organic matter absorption coefficient. Furthermore, these data can be used to develop and validate 1) oceanic radiance models, 2) inherent optical property (IOP) models, and 3) inversion methods for retrieval of IOP's.
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Frank E. Hoge, Robert N. Swift, "Development and validation of satellite retrieval algorithms and derived products: an emerging role for airborne active-passive (laser-solar) ocean color remote sensing", Proc. SPIE 2964, CIS Selected Papers: Laser Remote Sensing of Natural Waters: From Theory to Practice, (13 November 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.258355; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.258355
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Absorption

Airborne laser technology

Algorithm development

Satellites

Data modeling

Luminescence

Optical properties

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