Masking Effect of the Atmosphere on Remote Sensing of Chlorophyll
Water colour varies with the composition of the water, e.g. with its sediment and/or chlorophyll load. Consequently, it should be possible to deduce underwater properties from radiation measurements.
KeywordsRemote Sensing Aerosol Optical Depth Masking Effect Water Colour Solar Elevation
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