SEAWIFS


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SEAWIFSSea-viewing Wide Field of View Sensor
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Our previous studies implied that remotely sensed chlorophyll-a (from the SeaWIFS scanner) is statistically correlated with the chlorophyll-a from the coastal time series of the Muscat region (Piontkovski et al.
NOAA/NESDIS and NIST also collaborated to provide SI-traceable radiance and irradiance calibrations for the MOBY program developed by NOAA and NASA for obtaining ground "truth" for vicarious calibration of ocean color satellite sensors, SeaWiFS and MODIS.
Aerosol optical depth over the Baltic derived from AERONET and SeaWiFS measurements.
In 1997, CSIRO at Hobart, the Australian Institute of Marine Science at Townsville, and Perth's Western Australian Satellite Technology Applications Consortium began receiving ocean colour data from SeaWiFs for Australian waters.
In 1993, a new satellite will be launched with an ocean color sensor, SeaWiFS (Sea-viewing Wide Field-of-view Sensor), capable of measuring spectral radiances at the ocean's surface.
where she worked as the project manager for SeaWiFS (Sea-viewing, Wide-Field-of-view-Sensor), an ocean color sensor that monitors vegetation globally.
5] anomalies by combining AOD from both SeaWiFS and MISR satellite instruments with spatiotemporal information on the [PM.
Primary productivity in the northern Canary Islands region as inferred from SeaWiFS imagery.
These data were processed with the SeaWiFS Data Analysis System virtual appliance (SeaDAS VA, vers.
In this case relatively small modeled corrections were empirically derived at each band to account for the effects of lunar libration and small differences of phase angle in the SeaWiFS observations.
New color plates include SeaWifS imagery, two examples of radar interferometry, three plates illustrating applications of lidar, and a crop-monitoring application of Radarsat imagery.