Comparing MODIS and MERIS spectral shapes for cyanobacterial bloom detection

@inproceedings{Wynne2013ComparingMA,
  title={Comparing MODIS and MERIS spectral shapes for cyanobacterial bloom detection},
  author={Timothy Wynne and Richard P. Stumpf and Travis Briggs},
  year={2013}
}
  • Timothy Wynne, Richard P. Stumpf, Travis Briggs
  • Published 2013
  • Environmental Science
  • A spectral shape algorithm applied to Medium Resolution Imaging Spectrometer MERIS imagery has detected cyanobacterial blooms, with extensive examples in Lake Erie. The detection algorithm uses an approximation of the second derivative as a measure of spectral shape around the 681 nm band S2d681. With the end of the MERIS mission on 8 April 2012, an analogue was developed for the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer MODIS to continue monitoring for these blooms. The MODIS analogue uses… CONTINUE READING

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