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HIGHROC Science Conference: How to exploit the large variety of ocean colour space borne data to provide a high spatio-temporal monitoring of coastal ocean? 7-9 November 2017, Brussels
(2017). HIGHROC Science Conference: How to exploit the large variety of ocean colour space borne data to provide a high spatio-temporal monitoring of coastal ocean? 7-9 November 2017, Brussels. Operational Directorate Natural Environment, Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences: Brussels. 51 pp.

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  • Ruddick, K.; Brockmann, C.; Capuzzo, E.; Constantin, S.; Creach, V.; De Keukelaere, L.; Doxaran, D.; Forster, R. (2017). HIGH spatial and temporal Resolution Ocean Colour Remote Sensing (The HIGHROC Project), in: HIGHROC Science Conference: How to exploit the large variety of ocean colour space borne data to provide a high spatio-temporal monitoring of coastal ocean? 7-9 November 2017, Brussels. pp. 5, more
  • Govaert, Y.; Luffarelli, M. (2017). Verification of MSI low radiance calibration over coastal waters, using AERONET-OC network, in: HIGHROC Science Conference: How to exploit the large variety of ocean colour space borne data to provide a high spatio-temporal monitoring of coastal ocean? 7-9 November 2017, Brussels. pp. 8, more
  • Alvera-Azcárate, A. (2017). Use of DINEOF for ocean colour data applications, in: HIGHROC Science Conference: How to exploit the large variety of ocean colour space borne data to provide a high spatio-temporal monitoring of coastal ocean? 7-9 November 2017, Brussels. pp. 17, more
  • Lavigne, H.; Ruddick, K. (2017). The potential use of geostationary MTG/FCI to retrieve chlorophyll-a concentration at high temporal resolution for the open oceans, in: HIGHROC Science Conference: How to exploit the large variety of ocean colour space borne data to provide a high spatio-temporal monitoring of coastal ocean? 7-9 November 2017, Brussels. pp. 23, more
  • Sterckx, S.; Adriaensen, S.; De Keukelaere, L.; Lebreton, C. (2017). Suitability of Proba-V 100 m products for turbidity mapping in coastal areas, in: HIGHROC Science Conference: How to exploit the large variety of ocean colour space borne data to provide a high spatio-temporal monitoring of coastal ocean? 7-9 November 2017, Brussels. pp. 24, more
  • Vanhellemont, Q.; Ruddick, K.; Van der Zande, D. (2017). Atmospheric correction and aquatic applications of Landsat and Sentinel-2 satellite imagery, in: HIGHROC Science Conference: How to exploit the large variety of ocean colour space borne data to provide a high spatio-temporal monitoring of coastal ocean? 7-9 November 2017, Brussels. pp. 25, more
  • Ruddick, K.; Vansteenwegen, D.; Van der Zande, D.; Doxaron, D.; Gkritzalis, T.; Cattrijsse, A.; Shen, F. (2017). WATERHYPERNET – A network of hyperspectral radiometers for multisatellite water reflectance validation, in: HIGHROC Science Conference: How to exploit the large variety of ocean colour space borne data to provide a high spatio-temporal monitoring of coastal ocean? 7-9 November 2017, Brussels. pp. 35, more
  • Van der Zande, D.; Lavigne, H. (2017). JMP-EUNOSAT: towards joint monitoring and assessment of eutrophication in the North Sea using satellite products, in: HIGHROC Science Conference: How to exploit the large variety of ocean colour space borne data to provide a high spatio-temporal monitoring of coastal ocean? 7-9 November 2017, Brussels. pp. 42, more
  • Vanhellemont, Q.; Ruddick, K. (2017). A near-shore phytoplankton bloom in Belgian waters observed from space, in: HIGHROC Science Conference: How to exploit the large variety of ocean colour space borne data to provide a high spatio-temporal monitoring of coastal ocean? 7-9 November 2017, Brussels. pp. 49, more
  • Vanhellemont, Q. (2017). Atmospheric correction for coastal and inland water application of very high resolution satellite imagery, in: HIGHROC Science Conference: How to exploit the large variety of ocean colour space borne data to provide a high spatio-temporal monitoring of coastal ocean? 7-9 November 2017, Brussels. pp. 50, more

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