Potential impacts of nonalgal materials on water-leaving Sun induced chlorophyll fluorescence signals in coastal waters.

@article{McKee2007PotentialIO,
  title={Potential impacts of nonalgal materials on water-leaving Sun induced chlorophyll fluorescence signals in coastal waters.},
  author={David McKee and Alex Cunningham and David Wright and Lorraine Hay},
  journal={Applied optics},
  year={2007},
  volume={46 31},
  pages={7720-9}
}
It has been suggested that Sun induced chlorophyll fluorescence (SICF) signals could be used to estimate phytoplankton chlorophyll concentration and to investigate algal physiology from space. However, water-leaving SICF is also a product of the ambient light field. In coastal waters both algal and nonalgal materials affect the underwater light field. In this study we examine the independent impacts of varying loads of mineral suspended solids (MSS) and colored dissolved organic materials (CDOM… CONTINUE READING
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