Optimized multi-satellite merger of primary production estimates in the California Current using inherent optical properties

@inproceedings{Kahru2015OptimizedMM,
  title={Optimized multi-satellite merger of primary production estimates in the California Current using inherent optical properties},
  author={Mati Kahru and Michael G. Jacox and ZhongPing Lee and Raphael M. Kudela and Marlenne Manzano-Sarabia and B. Greg Mitchell},
  year={2015}
}

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