3 June 2013 Monitoring bio-optical processes using NPP-VIIRS and MODIS-Aqua ocean color products
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Same day ocean color products from the S-NPP and MODIS provide for a new capability to monitor changes in the bio-optical processes occurring in coastal waters. The combined use of multiple looks per day from several sensors can be used to follow the water mass changes of bio-optical properties. Observing the dynamic changes in coastal waters in response to tides, re-suspension and river plume dispersion, requires sequential ocean products per day to resolve bio-optical processes. We examine how these changes in bio-optical properties can be monitored using the NPP and MODIS ocean color products. Additionally, when linked to ocean circulation, we examine the changes resulting from current advection compared to bio-optical processes. The inter-comparison of NPP and MODIS ocean products are in agreement so that diurnal changes surface bio-optical processes can be characterized.
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Robert Arnone, Sherwin Ladner, Giulietta Fargion, Paul Martinolich, Ryan Vandermeulen, Jennifer Bowers, Adam Lawson, "Monitoring bio-optical processes using NPP-VIIRS and MODIS-Aqua ocean color products", Proc. SPIE 8724, Ocean Sensing and Monitoring V, 87240Q (3 June 2013); doi: 10.1117/12.2018180; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2018180
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