5 October 2006 The airborne remote sensor for ocean environmental monitoring (MAMS)
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It is uniquely advantaged to monitor and survey the characteristics of seas from the space. The result of the observation of sea surface by using the aircraft-borne and the satellite-borne remote sensors proves that it is feasible to obtain the data of the sea surface temperature and the color by means of remote sensing technology. We can obtain the information about the deposition suspension, the plankton and the chlorophyll, etc. of the sea by the remote sensing application of sea. Then, through the inversion, we can get the chlorophyll density, the sea primarily productive forces and all the essential factors of the water color. This article introduces a new remote sensor of sea environment monitor developed by Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics Academy of Science Marine Aircraft-borne Multi-spectral Scanner (MAMS). We present its main technical specification, performance and use in the article as well.
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Yide Yang, Yongqi Xue, and Long Yu "The airborne remote sensor for ocean environmental monitoring (MAMS)", Proc. SPIE 6361, Sensors, Systems, and Next-Generation Satellites X, 63611O (5 October 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.687590; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.687590

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