In-Situ Cameras for Radiometric Correction of Remotely Sensed Data

@inproceedings{Kautz2017InSituCF,
  title={In-Situ Cameras for Radiometric Correction of Remotely Sensed Data},
  author={Jess S. Kautz},
  year={2017}
}
The atmosphere distorts the spectrum of remotely sensed data, negatively affecting all forms of investigating Earth's surface. To gather reliable data, it is vital that atmospheric corrections are accurate. The current state of the field of atmospheric correction does not account well for the benefits and costs of different correction algorithms. Ground spectral data are required to evaluate these algorithms better. This dissertation explores using cameras as radiometers as a means of gathering… CONTINUE READING

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