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Bathymetric Analysis Of Geometrically Corrected Imagery Data Collected Using A Two Dimensional Imager
Author(s): N. T. O'Neill; A. R. Kalinauskas; J. D. Dunlop; A. B. Hollinger; H. Edel; M. Casey; J. Gibson
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Paper Abstract

In August of 1985 a programmable multispectral imager (FLI for Fluorescence Line Imager) was flown along with a Inertial Navigation System over the Red Bay region of Lake Huron. The objective of the mission was to collect digital imagery which could be processed into an accurate geometrically correct bathymetric map. The results of the geometric correction processing were found to be accurate to the output pixel level (5 x 5 meters). Sampled profiles of the geometrically corrected image showed systematic shallow bias errors of less than 1.6 meters for depths less than 6 meters and 0.6 meters for depth less than 4 meters.

Paper Details

Date Published: 7 August 1986
PDF: 8 pages
Proc. SPIE 0637, Ocean Optics VIII, (7 August 1986); doi: 10.1117/12.964234
Show Author Affiliations
N. T. O'Neill, Moniteq Ltd. (Canada)
A. R. Kalinauskas, MONITEQ Ltd. (Canada)
J. D. Dunlop, MONITEQ Ltd. (Canada)
A. B. Hollinger, MONITEQ Ltd. (Canada)
H. Edel, Fisheries & Oceans Canada (Canada)
M. Casey, Canadian Hydrographic Service (Canada)
J. Gibson, Canada Centre for Remote Sensing (Canada)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0637:
Ocean Optics VIII
Marvin A. Blizard, Editor(s)

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