Atmospheric correction of satellite ocean color imagery: the black pixel assumption.

@article{Siegel2000AtmosphericCO,
  title={Atmospheric correction of satellite ocean color imagery: the black pixel assumption.},
  author={David A. Siegel and Menghua Wang and Stephane Maritorena and Wayne Robinson},
  journal={Applied optics},
  year={2000},
  volume={39 21},
  pages={3582-91}
}
The assumption that values of water-leaving radiance in the near-infrared (NIR) are negligible enable aerosol radiative properties to be easily determined in the correction of satellite ocean color imagery. This is referred to as the black pixel assumption. We examine the implications of the black pixel assumption using a simple bio-optical model for the NIR water-leaving reflectance [rho(w)(lambda(NIR))](N). In productive waters [chlorophyll (Chl) concentration >2 mg m(-3)], estimates of [rho… CONTINUE READING
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