Evaluation of chlorophyll-a retrieval algorithms based on MERIS bands for optically varying eutrophic inland lakes.

@article{Lyu2015EvaluationOC,
  title={Evaluation of chlorophyll-a retrieval algorithms based on MERIS bands for optically varying eutrophic inland lakes.},
  author={Heng Lyu and Xiaojun Li and Yannan Wang and Qi Jin and Kai Cao and Qiao Wang and Yunmei Li},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2015},
  volume={530-531},
  pages={373-382}
}
Fourteen field campaigns were conducted in five inland lakes during different seasons between 2006 and 2013, and a total of 398 water samples with varying optical characteristics were collected. The characteristics were analyzed based on remote sensing reflectance, and an automatic cluster two-step method was applied for water classification. The inland waters could be clustered into three types, which we labeled water types I, II and III. From water types I to III, the effect of the… CONTINUE READING
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