Optimization of multispectral sensors for bathymetry applications

@inproceedings{Tanis1986OptimizationOM,
  title={Optimization of multispectral sensors for bathymetry applications},
  author={Fred J. Tanis and H. J. Byrnes},
  year={1986}
}
The Naval Oceanographic office has proposed to augment current capabilities with an airborne MSS system capable of conducting hydrographic surveys of shallow and clear oceanic waters for purposes of determining ocean depth and identifying marine hazards. Recent efforts have concentrated on development of an active/passive system, where the active system will be used to calibrate a passive multispectral sensor. In this paper, parameters which influence collection-system design and depth… CONTINUE READING

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