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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
20001) Colour of Case2 Waters in Remote Sensing of Ocean Colour in Coastal and Other Optically-Complex Waters. 2) Case2 Ocean-Colour Applications.SATHYENDRANATH S.; BUKATA R.p.; ARNONE R.; DOWELL M.d.; DAVIS C.o.; BABIN M.; BERTHON J.-f.; KOPELEVICH O.v.; CAMPBELL J.w.; SCHLITTENHARDT Peter micha el, et alArticles in Journals
2004Above-Water Radiometry in Shallow Coastal Waters.HOOKER S.; ZIBORDI Giuseppe; BERTHON J.-f.; BROWN James, w.Articles in Journals
2004Bio-Optical Relationships for the Northern Adriatic Sea. An Updated Version of a Paper Originally Presented at 'Oceans from Space, Venice 2000 Symposium, Venice, Italy, 9-13 October 2000.BERTHON J.-f.; ZIBORDI GiuseppeArticles in Journals
2004An Evaluation of Depth Resolution Requirements for Optical Profiling in Coastal Waters.ZIBORDI Giuseppe; D'ALIMONTE Davide; BERTHON J.-f.Articles in Journals
2000Marine Optical Measurements of a Mucilage Event in the Northern Adriatic Sea.BERTHON J.-f.; ZIBORDI Giuseppe; HOOKER S.Articles in Journals
2004Ocean Color Validation Activities at the Acqua Alta Oceanographic Tower in the Northern Adriatic Sea.ZIBORDI Giuseppe; BULGARELLI Barbara; BERTHON J.-f.; D'ALIMONTE Davide; VAN DER LINDE Dirk wal; MELIN Frederic; TARGA CristinaArticles in Journals
2001Relationships between the Q-Factor and Seawater Optical Properties in a Coastal Region.ZIBORDI Giuseppe; BERTHON J.-f.Articles in Journals
2003Use of the Novelty Detection Technique to Identify the Range of Applicability of Empirical Ocean Color Algorithms.D'ALIMONTE Davide; MELIN Frederic; ZIBORDI Giuseppe; BERTHON J.-f.Articles in Journals
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