3 edition of Visible-infrared remote-sensing model and applications for ocean waters found in the catalog.
Visible-infrared remote-sensing model and applications for ocean waters
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Other titles||Visible infrared remote sensing model and applications for ocean waters.|
|Statement||by Zhongping Lee.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-197602.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
Suggested Citation:"3 Active Earth Remote Sensing for Ocean Applications." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. A Strategy for Active Remote Sensing Amid Increased Demand for Radio Spectrum. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / ×. This book is a collection of the lectures, held at the International Summer School ISSAOS in L'Aquila (Italy), given by invited lecturers coming from both Europe and the USA. The goal of the book is to provide a broad panorama of spaceborne remote sensing techniques, at both microwave and visible-infrared bands and by both active and passive sensors, for the retrieval of atmospheric.
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Visible-infrared remote-sensing model and applications for ocean waters. for ocean water in the visible-infrared range. In addition to terms for the radiance scattered from molecules and Author: Zhongping Lee. VISIBLE-INFRARED REMOTE-SENSING MODEL AND APPLICATIONS FOR OCEAN WATERS by ZHONGPING LEE A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Department of Marine Science University of South Florida December, Major Professor: Kendall L.
Carder, Ph.D. (NASA-CR) VISIdLE-INFRARED. Get this from a library. Visible-infrared remote-sensing model and applications for ocean waters. [Zhongping Lee; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. The goal of the book is to provide a broad panorama of spaceborne remote sensing techniques, at both microwave and visible-infrared bands and by both active and passive sensors, for the retrieval of atmospheric and oceanic parameters.
Abstract: Until the publication of this book, there has not been any modern, up-to-date compendium on the history and physics of remote sensing, sensor technology, and applications across all areas of geoscience above the Earth’s surface. This book covers the parts of the spectrum applicable to satellite remote sensing—optical, infrared, and microwave— and addresses atmospheric, land, and oceanic applications Cited by: 7.
A three-component model of ocean colour and its application to remote sensing of phytoplankton pigments in coastal waters, International Journal of Remote Sensing, Google Scholar Sathyendranath, S., and T.
Platt. Introduction to Satellite Remote Sensing: Atmosphere, Ocean and Land Applications is the first reference book to cover ocean applications, atmospheric applications, and land applications of remote sensing. Applications of remote sensing data are finding increasing application in fields as diverse as wildlife ecology and coastal recreation.
The Global Initiative on Remote Sensing for Water Resources Management was launched in October Its first phase () documented and disseminating the potential and limitations of remote sensing applications in water resources management. The goal of Phase 2 (), the Applications Phase.
A.K.S. Gopalan, in COSPAR Colloquia Series, FUTURE PERSPECTIVES. Hitherto, most of the remote sensing applications have emphasized on extracting information relevant to a specific resource area, be it agriculture, geology, water resources and so on the thrust of the newer applications will be/should be on using remote sensing inputs for integrated development of the.
across landscapes, shallow-water areas, and project sites. This active remote sensing technique is similar to radar but uses laser light pulses instead of radio waves.
Lidar is typically “flown” or collected from planes where it can rapidly collect points over large areas (Figure ). Lidar is. Visible/Infrared Imaging Radiometers are the backbones for remote sensing of the Earth on all observing platforms, including satellite, aircraft, drones, ground based, and underwater, for both day and night observations.
These radiometers typically cover the spectral range from to um in the visible/near infrared, and 3–13um in the thermal infrared. Bio-optical Modeling and Remote Sensing of Inland Waters presents the latest developments, state-of-the-art, and future perspectives of bio-optical modeling for each optically active component of inland waters, providing a broad range of applications of water quality monitoring using remote sensing.
Rather than discussing optical radiometry theories, the authors explore the applications of. The Geostationary Ocean Color Imager (GOCI) sensor, with high temporal and spatial resolution (eight images per day at an interval of 1 hour, m), is the world’s first geostationary ocean color satellite sensor.
GOCI provides good data for ocean color remote sensing in the Western Pacific, among the most turbid waters in the world. • At the shortwave IR (SWIR) wavelengths (>~ nm), ocean water has much strongly absorption and ocean contributions are significantly less.
Thus, atmospheric correction can be carried out for coastal regions. without using the bio-optical model. • Water absorption for nm, nm, nm, and nm are 5 m-1, 88 m-1, m-1, and. Although the literature on finite element technique on wave scattering and propagation is extensive, the number of available FEM models for ocean remote sensing is fairly small .
Part of the reason for this is the large computational cost involved. However, we feel that for shallow-water applications, the FEM is both feasible and. Hoepffner, G. Zibordi, in Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences (Second Edition), Satellite remote sensing and its application to coastal waters are briefly documented, giving emphasis to the retrieval of ocean color products.
The document addresses the complexity of coastal water optics, imposed by unrelated multiple compounds in the water column, affecting the light field through their own.
"The book covers in a very comprehensive way many aspects of remote sensing providing a global view of the physical background, models, a variety of sensors and several applications. Culturally, the book provides a clear picture of the remote sensing as a three-leg problem: measurements, models.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration Applied Remote Sensing Training Program 11 How Light Interacts with Water Defining Remote Sensing Reflectance (Rrs) – or ‘Ocean Color’ a CDOM a ph a nap a w b b Fluorescence b f Inherent Optical Properties a = absorption b = scattering Apparent Optical Properties L w = water leaving radiance L.
Remote Sensing is collecting and interpreting information on targets without being in physical contact with the objects. Aircraft, satellites etc are the major platforms for remote sensing observations. Unlike electrical, magnetic and gravity surveys that measure force fields, remote sensing technology is commonly referred to methods that employ electromagnetic energy as radio waves, light.
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Dr. Seelye Martin’s ‘An Introduction to Ocean Remote Sensing’ is comprehensive, well written, and an excellent resource for teaching. As a former researcher in polar oceanography, and now an instructor teaching ‘Earth from Space’ at a community college, I need to both keep up-to-date and have material that is accessible to s: 3.Remote sensing in geology is remote sensing used in the geological sciences as a data acquisition method complementary to field observation, because it allows mapping of geological characteristics of regions without physical contact with the areas being explored.
About one-fourth of the Earth's total surface area is exposed land where information is ready to be extracted from detailed earth.