Ocean Color Inferred from Radiometers on Low-Flying Aircraft
AbstractThe color of sunlight reflected from the ocean to orbiting visible radiometers hasprovided a great deal of information about the global ocean, after suitable corrections aremade for atmospheric effects. Similar ocean-color measurements can be made from a lowflyingaircraft to get higher spatial resolution and to obtain measurements under clouds.A different set of corrections is required in this case, and we describe algorithms to correctfor clouds and sea-surface effects. An example is presented and errors in the correctionsdiscussed. View Full-Text
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Churnside, J.H.; Wilson, J.J. Ocean Color Inferred from Radiometers on Low-Flying Aircraft. Sensors 2008, 8, 860-876.
Churnside JH, Wilson JJ. Ocean Color Inferred from Radiometers on Low-Flying Aircraft. Sensors. 2008; 8(2):860-876.Chicago/Turabian Style
Churnside, James H.; Wilson, James J. 2008. "Ocean Color Inferred from Radiometers on Low-Flying Aircraft." Sensors 8, no. 2: 860-876.