Title: Determination of Atmospheric Turbidity from Remotely Sensed Data. A Case Study
Authors: MARACCI Giancarlo
Citation: International Journal of Remote Sensing vol. 9 no. 12 p. 1881-1894
Publication Year: 1988
JRC N°: JRC5277
URI: http://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/handle/JRC5277
Type: Articles in periodicals and books
Abstract: A MODEL DEVELOPED FOR RADIATIVE TRANSFER IN ATMOSPHERE-SEA SYSTEEM IS APPLIED TO REMOTELY SENSED RADIANCES TO EVALUATE ITS APPLICABILITY IN DETERMINATION OF ATMOSPHERIC TURBIDITY. DATA MEASURED WITH DIFFERENT ATMOSPHERIC TURBIDITY OVER CLEAR SEA WATER, BY A MULTISPECTRAL SCANNER INSTALLED ON AN AIRPLANE, HAVE BEEN USED. COMPARISONS OF AEROSOL OPTICAL THICKNESSES OBTAINED FROM REMOTELY SENSED DATA AND MEASUREMENTS OF ATMOSPHERIC TRANSMITTANCE ARE SHOWN AND DISCUSSED.
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