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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 8030

Ocean Sensing and Monitoring III
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Volume Number: 8030
Date Published: 4 May 2011
Softcover: 23 papers (246) pages
ISBN: 9780819486042

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Front Matter: Volume 8030
Author(s): Proceedings of SPIE
Hyperspectral and multispectral above-water radiometric measurements to monitor satellite data quality over coastal area
Author(s): Samir Ahmed; Tristan Harmel; Alexander Gilerson; Soe Hlaing; Alberto Tonizzo; Curtiss Davis; Alan Weidemann; Robert Arnone
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Estimation of the attenuation coefficient of the water body using polarimetric observations
Author(s): Alberto Tonizzo; Amir Ibrahim; Tristan Harmel; Alex Gilerson; Samir Ahmed
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Automated detection and removal of cloud shadows on HICO images
Author(s): Ruhul Amin; Richard Gould; Weilin Hou; Zhongping Lee; Robert Arnone
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Influence of aerosol estimation on coastal water products retrieved from HICO images
Author(s): Karen W. Patterson; Gia Lamela
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A plan for the polarimetric remote sensing of the oceans
Author(s): Deric J. Gray
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Infrared imaging of surface waves interaction with a submerged object
Author(s): Ivan B. Savelyev; Geoffrey B. Smith
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Optical modulation techniques for underwater detection, ranging and imaging
Author(s): Linda Mullen; Brandon Cochenour; Alan Laux; Derek Alley
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Impacts of optical turbulence on underwater imaging
Author(s): Weilin Hou; S. Woods; W. Goode; E. Jarosz; A. Weidemann
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Quantifying turbulence microstructure for improvement of underwater imaging
Author(s): Sarah Woods; Weilin Hou; Wesley Goode; Ewa Jarosz; Alan Weidemann
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Experimental imaging performance evaluation for alternate configurations of undersea pulsed laser serial imagers
Author(s): Fraser R. Dalgleish; Anni K. Vuorenkoski; Gero Nootz; Bing Ouyang; Frank M. Caimi
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Creation of bathymetric maps using satellite imagery
Author(s): Bradley L. McCarthy; Richard C. Olsen; Angela M. Kim
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Using WorldView-2 to determine bottom-type and bathymetry
Author(s): Krista R. Lee; Angela M. Kim; R. C. Olsen; Fred A. Kruse
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Automated, in-water determination of colored dissolved organic material and phytoplankton community structure using the optical phytoplankton discriminator
Author(s): Gary J. Kirkpatrick; David F. Millie; Mark A. Moline; Steven E. Lohrenz; Oscar M. Schofield
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Design and implementation of cooperative autonomous underwater vehicles for Antarctic exploration
Author(s): A. Cadena
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Automated identification of rivers and shorelines in aerial imagery using image texture
Author(s): Paul McKay; Cheryl Ann Blain; Robert Linzell
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Merging imagery and models for river current prediction
Author(s): Cheryl Ann Blain; Robert S. Linzell; Paul McKay
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Using thermal remote sensing as a tool for calibrating a hydrodynamic model in inland waters
Author(s): Nima Pahlevan; Aaron D. Gerace; John R. Schott
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Measurements in support of the Deepwater Horizon (MC-252) oil spill response
Author(s): Richard L. Crout
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Combining numerical ocean circulation models with satellite observations in a trajectory forecast system: a rapid response to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill
Author(s): Yonggang Liu; Robert H. Weisberg; Chuanmin Hu; Lianyuan Zheng
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Automated oil spill detection with multispectral imagery
Author(s): Brian N. Bradford; Pedro J. Sanchez-Reyes
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Observing MODIS ocean color patterns under severe sun glint
Author(s): Chuanmin Hu
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Texas coastal ocean observation network: data access and archive software
Author(s): Gary A. Jeffress; J. Scott Duff
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Applications of high frequency radar for emergency response in the coastal ocean: utilization of the Central Gulf of Mexico Ocean Observing System during the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and vessel tracking
Author(s): Stephan D. Howden; Don Barrick; Hector Aguilar
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