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Synthetic Image Generation of Shallow Water Using an Iterative, Layered Radiative Transfer Model with Realistic Water Surface Waves
Modeled hyperspectral reflectance signatures just above the water surface are obtained from an analytical-based, iterative radiative transport model applicable to shallow water types. Light transport within the water body ...
Hyperspectral Remote Sensing Protocol Development for Submerged Aquatic Vegetation in Shallow Water
Submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) is an important indicator of freshwater and marine water quality in almost all shallow water aquatic environments. Throughout the world the diversity of submerged aquatic vegetation appears ...
Detecting submerged features in water: Modeling, sensors and measurements
It is becoming more important to understand the remote sensing systems and associated autonomous or semi-autonomous methodologies (robotic & mechatronics) that may be utilized in freshwater and marine aquatic environments. ...
Influence of water waves on hyperspectral remote sensing of subsurface water features
Modeled hyperspectral reflectance signatures with water wave influences are simulated using an analytical-based, iterative radiative transport model applicable to shallow or deep waters. Light transport within the water ...
Data Assimilation of AVHRR and MODIS data for Land Base Initialization and Boundary Conditions in the UTC-M Atmospheric Boundary Layer Sea-Breeze Model of Space Coast Florida
The purpose of this paper is to present results of simulations of the Florida Tech UTC-M sea-breeze model²² with the addition of a simplified atmospheric downwelling radiation subroutine¹’⁴ combined and a thermal inertia ...