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Concurrent Level-3 data products from MERIS, MODIS, and SeaWiFS between June 2003 and June 2006 for the East China Seas were compared against each other to evaluate the consistency between the sensors. The atmospheres in these regions is generally turbid, with typical aerosol optical thickness at 865 nm (tau_865) around 0.16, therefore presents a challenge(More)
In this study, typhoon eyes have been delineated using wavelet analysis from the synthetic aperture radar (SAR) images of ocean surface roughness and from the warm area at the cloud top in the infrared (IR) images, respectively. Envisat SAR imagery, and multi-functional transport satellite (MTSAT) and Feng Yun (FY)-2 Chinese meteorological satellite IR(More)
In this paper, More than 1000 satellite images including Terra/Aqua MODIS, Sentinel-1A SAR images from 2013 to 2015 were analyzed to obtain spatio-temporal distribution of internal waves in the Andaman Sea. The statistical results demonstrate that the internal wave have been observed mostly in four areas by the remote sensing: northern Sumatra Island,(More)
As one of the most powerful air-sea interactions in the weather system, a typhoon usually accompanies with a wide range of heavy rainfall. Due to the influence of rainfall on the radar signal, the inversion precision of sea surface wind field from space-borne radar declines. In this paper, based on C band scatterometer rain effect model and Synthetic(More)
Detection of red tides (harmful algal blooms or HABs) from space has been problematic in optically complex waters, mainly due to interference from non-pigment constituents to the satellite signal. Using in situ and MERIS (Medium Resolution Imaging Spectrometer) measurements, the spectral characteristics of red tide and non-red tide waters were studied in(More)
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