Previous studies indicate that parallel computing for hyperspectral remote sensing image generation is feasible. However,
due to the limitation of computing ability within single cluster, one can only generate three bands and a 1000*1000
pixels image in a reasonable time. In this paper, we discuss the capability of using Grid computing where the so-called
eScience or cyberinfrastructure is utilized to integrate distributed computing resources to act as a single virtual computer
with huge computational abilities and storage spaces. The technique demonstrated in this paper demonstrates the
feasibility of a Grid-Enabled Monte Carlo Hyperspectral Synthetic Image Remote Sensing Model (GRID-MCHSIM) for
coastal water quality algorithm.