Estimation of the Absorption Coefficient of a Conservative Yellow Substance from Correlations between Hydrooptical Characteristics (a Version)
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A technique for estimation of the absorption coefficient of a conservative yellow substance (CYS) from correlations between hydrooptical parameters is discussed. CYS absorption in different waters is estimated; the spectral selectivity of CYS absorption is determined. The ratio of CYS to total yellow substance absorption in waters with different chlorophyll concentrations is calculated.
Keywords:conservative and nonconservative yellow substance absorption, scattering and attenuation coefficients spectral selectivity chlorophyll
The work was fulfilled in Marine Hydrophysical Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, within the State Assignment (theme no. 0827-2018-0002).
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The author declares that he has no conflicts of interest.
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