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Remote Sensing of the Ocean and Sea Ice 2000

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Volume Number: 4172
Date Published: 22 December 2000

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Air-sea fluxes from satellite sensors: calibration, time, space, and scale transitions
Author(s): Gad Levy
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Applying satellite remote sensing to ENSO prediction
Author(s): Dake Chen
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Gyres observed with altimetry in the tropical Pacific Ocean
Author(s): Jose de Jesus Salas Perez; Hugo Herrera Cervantes; Guillermo Gutierrez
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Detection by altimetry and AVHRR images of an intense anticyclonic eddy in the Balearic Sea (Western Mediterranean)
Author(s): Ananda Pascual; M. Emelianov; Gilles Larnicol; D. Gomis; J. Salat; Bruno Buongiorno Nardelli; Emma D'Acunzo
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Tracking anticyclonic open-sea eddies in the Algerian basin by altimetry
Author(s): Jordi Isern-Fontanet; Jose de Jesus Salas Perez; S. Ruiz; Jordi Font; C. Millot
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Modeling spatial structures in SST images through Eulerian vector fields
Author(s): Vicenc Parisi Baradad; Joan Cabestany; Emili Garcia-Ladona; Jordi Font
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WISE 2000 campaign: sea surface salinity and wind retrievals from L-band radiometry
Author(s): Adriano Camps; Ignasi Corbella; Jordi Font; Jacqueline Etchetto; Nuria Duffo; Merce Vall-llossera; Javier Bara; Francisco Torres; Patrick Wursteisen; Manuel Martin-Neira
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Estimation of the short-wave incoming radiation from AVHRR data on the Arctic Ocean
Author(s): Christina Ananasso; Rosalia Santoleri; Salvatore Marullo; Marianna Nardino; J. Hartmann
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Novel algorithm for sea water quality monitoring by NOAA-AVHRR optical channels
Author(s): Roberto Carla; Andrea Maccioni
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Eddy resolving nutrient ecodynamics in the global Parallel Ocean Program and connections with trace gases in the sulfur, halogen, and NMHC cycles
Author(s): Shaoping Chu; Scott Elliott
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Assessment of the marine biota DMS-cloud climate hypothesis using remotely sensed data and an ocean general circulation model (OGCM)
Author(s): Sauveur Belviso; Olivier Aumont; Laurent Bopp; Francois-Marie Breon; Pierre Couvert; Patrick Monfray
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Using remotely sensed information to interpret the distribution of some volatile organic sulfur compounds in the upper ocean along an Atlantic meridional transect (AMT)
Author(s): A. J. Kettle; T. S. Rhee; Marc von Hobe; M. O. Andreae
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Three years of ocean color instrument intercomparisons and cross-calibrations by the SIMBOIS project (1997-2000)
Author(s): Giulietta S. Fargion; Charles R. McClain
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Empirical SeaWiFS chlorophyll algorithm validation for the Mediterranean Sea
Author(s): Fabrizio D'Ortenzio; Rosalia Santoleri; Salvatore Marullo; M. Ragni; Maurizio Ribera d'Alcala
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Remote sensing algorithms for lakes Vattern and Vanern, Sweden, based on the SeaWiFS and MERIS bands
Author(s): Donald C. Pierson; Niklas Stroembeck
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Application of neural network method to case II water
Author(s): Akihiko Tanaka; Motoaki Kishino; Tomohiko Oishi; Roland Doerffer; Helmut Schiller
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Layered analytical radiative transfer model for simulating water color of coastal waters and algorithm development
Author(s): Charles R. Bostater Jr.; Lisa H. Huddleston
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Improved composite surface model for two-dimensional ocean surface scattering
Author(s): Zhensen Wu; Yandong Zhang; Lixin Guo
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Electromagnetic scattering from two-dimensional fractal rough surface
Author(s): Lixin Guo; Zhensen Wu
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Towards a QuikSCAT quality control indicator: rain detection
Author(s): Marcos Portabella; Ad Stoffelen
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Measurement and modeling of radiance reflectance in Garda Lake
Author(s): Silvia Ferratini; Claudia Giardino; Donald C. Pierson; Niklas Stroembeck; Eugenio Zilioli
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Comparing a hyperspectral Monte-Carlo approach for simulating water surface reflectance signatures based upon radiative transfer theory: simulating clear water and Caribbean Sea bottom types
Author(s): Charles R. Bostater Jr.; Manuel Gimond; Matthew Campbell
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Numerical simulation of the marine atmospheric boundary layer flow over Cape Canaveral region and Gulf Stream using AVHRR SST: an atmospheric sea breeze model
Author(s): Charles R. Bostater Jr.; Manuel Gimond; Erik Uhlhorn; Ted McNally
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