12 June 2012 Automated ocean color product validation for the Southern California Bight
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Abstract
Automated match ups allow us to maintain and improve the products of current satellite ocean color sensors (MODIS, MERIS), and new sensors (VIIRS). As part of the VIIRS mission preparation, we have created a web based automated match up tool that provides access to searchable fields for date, site, and products, and creates match-ups between satellite (MODIS, MERIS, VIIRS), and in-situ measurements (HyperPRO and SeaPRISM). The back end of the system is a 'mySQL' database, and the front end is a `php' web portal with pull down menus for searchable fields. Based on selections, graphics are generated showing match-ups and statistics, and ascii files are created for downloads for the matchup data. Examples are shown for matching the satellite data with the data from Platform Eureka SeaPRISM off L.A. Harbor in the Southern California Bight.
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Curtiss O. Davis, Curtiss O. Davis, Nicholas Tufillaro, Nicholas Tufillaro, Burt Jones, Burt Jones, Robert Arnone, Robert Arnone, } "Automated ocean color product validation for the Southern California Bight", Proc. SPIE 8372, Ocean Sensing and Monitoring IV, 83720J (12 June 2012); doi: 10.1117/12.920617; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.920617
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