Chlorophyll biomass in the global oceans: airborne lidar retrieval using fluorescence of both chlorophyll and chromophoric dissolved organic matter.

@article{Hoge2005ChlorophyllBI,
  title={Chlorophyll biomass in the global oceans: airborne lidar retrieval using fluorescence of both chlorophyll and chromophoric dissolved organic matter.},
  author={Frank E. Hoge and Paul E Lyon and Charles Wayne Wright and Robert N. Swift and James Yungel},
  journal={Applied optics},
  year={2005},
  volume={44 14},
  pages={2857-62}
}
For three decades airborne laser-induced fluorescence has demonstrated value for chlorophyll biomass retrieval in wide-area oceanic field experiments, satellite validation, and algorithm development. A new chlorophyll biomass retrieval theory is developed using laser-induced and water Raman normalized fluorescence of both (a) chlorophyll and (b… CONTINUE READING