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MERISMedium Resolution Imaging Spectrometer (Europe)
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Lankester, "Validation of Envisat MERIS algorithms for chlorophyll retrieval in a large, turbid and optically-complex shallow lake," Remote Sensing of Environment, vol.
For water colour monitoring, [36] introduced the FUME algorithm that converts the MERIS satellite reflection data to FU scale by transforming a number of MERIS images into the FU colour scale images and comparing the in situ observed FU numbers, with the modelled FU numbers from in situ radiometric measurements.
Amigoni M, Meris A, Thune JJ, Mangalat D, Skali H, Bourgoun M, et al.
Amer Group said in a statement to the Egyptian Exchange that they issued the bonds on three tranches, rated AA+, AA and A by the Middle East Rating and Investors Services (MERIS).
Bates,1866) 101 Calephelis azteca McAlpine, 1971 102 Calephelis browni McAlpine, 1972 103 Calephelis clenchi McAlpine, 1973 104 Calephelis mexicana McAlpine, 1971 105 Calephelis huasteca McAlpine, 1971 106 Calephelis montezuma McAlpine, 1971 107 Calephelis acapulcoensis McAlpine, 1971 108 Calephelis yucatana McAlpine, 1971 109 Calephelis maya McAlpine, 1971 110 Calephelis tikal Austin, 1993 111 Caria domitianus vejento Clench, 1967 112 Caria rhacotis (Godman & Salvin, 1878) 113 Caria melino Dyar, 1912 114 Caria stillaticia Dyar, 1912 115 Baeotis sulphurea macularia (Boisduval, 1870) 116 Lasaia meris (Stoll, 1781) 117 Mesene phareus (Cramer, 1777) 118 Mesene leucopus Godman & Salvin, 1886 119 Esthemopsis alicia alicia (H.W.
Satellite-derived datasets (1 -km resolution) of SST (merged data from MODIS-Aqua and MODIS-Terra) and chlorophyll-a (hereafter referred as Chl-a) as a proxy of phytoplankton (multi-sensor merged Chl-a, from SeaWiFS, MERIS, MODIS-Aqua, and MODIS-Terra) were used.
Dash and Curran [18] proposed a new index called the MERIS terrestrial chlorophyll index (MTCI) using data in three red/NIR wavebands centered at 681.25, 708.75, and 753.75 nm, and the MTCI appeared to be a most suitable index for the estimation of chlorophyll content with Medium Resolution Imaging Spectrometer (MERIS) data.
Remote Sensing of cyanobacteria-dominant algal blooms and water quality parameters in Zeekonevlei, a small hypertrophic lake, using MERIS. Remote Sensing of Environment, v.114, p.2070-2087, 2010.