Modelling Aspects of Water Quality Estimation by Remote Sensing
For quantitative mapping of the distribution of concentration of suspended materials and chlorophyll-a in lake waters with remote sensing, the following mathematical models were used, in conjunction with ancillary measurements (Figure 1).
KeywordsRemote Sensing Optical Depth Aerosol Optical Depth Discrete Ordinate Inherent Optical Property
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