Self-shading correction for upwelling sea-surface radiance measurements made with buoyed instruments.

@article{Leathers2001SelfshadingCF,
  title={Self-shading correction for upwelling sea-surface radiance measurements made with buoyed instruments.},
  author={R. Leathers and Trijntje V. Downes and Cutris Mobley},
  journal={Optics express},
  year={2001},
  volume={8 10},
  pages={561-70}
}
Upwelling radiance measurements made with instruments designed to float at the sea surface are shaded both by the instrument housing and by the buoy that holds the instrument. The amount of shading is wavelength dependent and is affected by the local marine and atmospheric conditions. Radiance measurements made with such instruments should be corrected for this self-shading error before being applied to remote sensing calibrations or remote sensing algorithm validation. Here we use Monte Carlo… CONTINUE READING

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