Objective Beach-State Classification From Optical Sensing of Cross-Shore Dissipation Profiles

@article{Browne2006ObjectiveBC,
  title={Objective Beach-State Classification From Optical Sensing of Cross-Shore Dissipation Profiles},
  author={Matthew Browne and Darrell Strauss and Rodger Tomlinson and Michael Blumenstein},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing},
  year={2006},
  volume={44},
  pages={3418-3426}
}
Remote sensing using terrestrial optical charge-coupled device cameras is a useful data collection method for geophysical measurement in the nearshore zone, where in situ measurement is difficult and time consuming. In particular, optical video sensing of the variability in human-visible surface refraction due to the nearshore incident wave field is becoming an established method for distal measurement of nearshore subtidal morphology. We report on the use of a low-mounted shore-normal camera… CONTINUE READING

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