Towards airborne remote sensing of water quality in the Netherlands ; validation and error analysis

  title={Towards airborne remote sensing of water quality in the Netherlands ; validation and error analysis},
  author={H. W. Hakvoort and Johan F. de Haan and Rob Jordans and Robert G. Vos and Steef Peters and Machteld Rijkeboer},
Water managers request maps of water quality parameters such as concentrations of dissolved organic matter, chlorophyll or total suspended matter. Rijkswaterstaat sets up a production chain for such maps using a hyperspectral imaging scanner installed in the Dutch coast guard aircraft. Water quality parameters are retrieved from remote sensed images using successively; 1) a module calculating the subsurface reflectance spectra and 2) a module calculating the concentrations using specific… CONTINUE READING
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