8 October 2007 Remote polarization measurements of the air-sea interface
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Abstract
Narrow band polarization measurements were taken from a bridge in San Diego Harbor using the Advanced Coherent Technologies Multi-mission Adaptable Narrowband Imaging Spectrometer (MANTIS) multichannel imaging system. MANTIS was capable of simultaneously collecting four channels of imagery through a narrowband green (532 nm) filter together with linear polarizers oriented at 0, 45, 90, and 135 degrees. This configuration enabled the collection of the first three Stokes Vector elements. The data is being gathered to explore methods of calculating the sea surface Mueller Matrix. Models, methods, and measurements are presented. Of specific interest is the deviation of the modeled data from the measured data and its causes. The data and a model are used to estimate the contribution of upwelled polarized light.
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Gary Gilbert, Gary Gilbert, Jon Schoonmaker, Jon Schoonmaker, Yuliya Podobna, Yuliya Podobna, Irina Petrosyuk, Irina Petrosyuk, Joseph Dirbas, Joseph Dirbas, Vincent Contarino, Vincent Contarino, } "Remote polarization measurements of the air-sea interface", Proc. SPIE 6743, Remote Sensing of the Ocean, Sea Ice, and Large Water Regions 2007, 674303 (8 October 2007); doi: 10.1117/12.737617; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.737617
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