13 April 2007 Restoring number of suspended particles in ocean using satellite optical images and forecasting particle fields
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Proceedings Volume 6615, Current Research on Remote Sensing, Laser Probing, and Imagery in Natural Waters; 661504 (2007) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.740435
Event: Current Research on Remote Sensing, Laser Probing, and Imagery in Natural Waters, 2007, Moscow, Russian Federation
Abstract
A method to retrieve concentrations of suspended large and small particles in seawater from satellite images is proposed. The method uses as input images of scattering and backscattering coefficients in several satellite channels as well as an image of concentration of chlorophyll. All these three properties are derived using an atmospheric correction algorithm and algorithms to derive inherent optical properties from remote sensing reflectance. The proposed method is based on several approaches developed previously by Twardowski et al, van de Huist, and Evans and Fournier and is based on Mie theory. The proposed method was applied to restore a number of suspended particles and their dynamics in ocean using SeaWIFs satellite optical images.
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Vladimir I. Haltrin, Robert A. Arnone, Peter Flynn, Brandon Casey, Alan D. Weidemann, Dong-Shang Ko, "Restoring number of suspended particles in ocean using satellite optical images and forecasting particle fields", Proc. SPIE 6615, Current Research on Remote Sensing, Laser Probing, and Imagery in Natural Waters, 661504 (13 April 2007); doi: 10.1117/12.740435; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.740435
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