An empirical approach to ocean color data: Reducing bias and the need for post-launch radiometric re-calibration

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
An empirical approach to ocean color data: Reducing bias and the need for post-launch radiometric re-calibration
Author(s)
Gregg W, Casey N, O'Reilly J, Esaias W
Publication Title
REMOTE SENSING OF ENVIRONMENT
Publication Title (abbreviated)
REMOTE SENS ENVIRON
Publication Date
2009 Aug
DOI
10.1016/j.rse.2009.03.005
ISSN
0034-4257
Volume
113
Issue
8
Page Count
15
First Page
1598
Last Page
1612
Keyword(s)
Environmental Sciences, Remote Sensing, Imaging Science & Photographic Technology, Ocean color, Ocean chlorophyll, Ocean color algorithms, Remote sensing, VICARIOUS CALIBRATION, SATELLITE DATA, SEAWIFS DATA, IN-SITU, VALIDATION, ALGORITHM, RADIANCE, MODEL
Citation
Gregg W, Casey N, O'Reilly J, Esaias W. An empirical approach to ocean color data: Reducing bias and the need for post-launch radiometric re-calibration. REMOTE SENS ENVIRON. 2009;113 (8):1598-1612.
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