Determining the aerosol type over case II waters through aerosol component concentration iteration algorithm

  title={Determining the aerosol type over case II waters through aerosol component concentration iteration algorithm},
  author={Bin Peng and Qingjiu Tian and Ying Bao and Ling Wang},
  journal={2011 19th International Conference on Geoinformatics},
  • Bin Peng, Q. Tian, Ling Wang
  • Published 24 June 2011
  • Environmental Science
  • 2011 19th International Conference on Geoinformatics
Uncertainties from aerosol type greatly affects the accuracy in water color remote sensing for case II waters. An algorithm, depicted as ACCIA, dedicated to define the aerosol types over case II waters is developed by iterating the four critical component concentrations in an aerosol type: dust like, water soluble, oceanic and soot. A software function module is also developed in Visual Studio 2010 by joint programming with Visual Basic and Visual C++ languages. In situ measured reflected… 

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