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|Title:||Modeling the Adjacency Effect in Coastal Waters: the North Adriatic Sea|
|Authors:||BULGARELLI Barbara; ZIBORDI Giuseppe|
|Citation:||Proceedings "Oceans from Space" Venice 2010 - EUR 24324 EN; ISBN 978-92-79-15577-2 p. 55-56|
|Publisher:||Publications Office of the European Union|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||A methodology to quantify the adjacency effects in remotely sensed data from coastal waters is presented. Specifically, the dependence of the adjacency effects due to changes in the land-ocean reflectance is decoupled from the dependencies of satellite data on measurement geometry and atmosphere. A set of realistic test cases for typical SeaWiFS observation conditions is proposed to simulate the adjacency effects along a transect in the North Adriatic Sea embracing the Aqua Alta Oceanographic Tower, (AAOT, 45.31N, 12.51E), used for satellite ocean color calibration and validation activities. A 3D backward MonteCarlo code and the Finite Elements Method (FEM) plane-parallel highly accurate radiative transfer code are used.|
|JRC Institute:||Space, Security and Migration|
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