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Atmospheric correction and related issues
Santer, R.; Aznay, O. (2011). Atmospheric correction and related issues. Association pour le Développement de la Recherche et de l'Innovation dans le Nord-Pas de Calais (ADRINORD): Lille. 112 pp.

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    In the frame of the atmospheric correction for ocean colour sensors, the objective in ISECA is to improve the algorithm through a better knowledge in the 2Sea region of the aerosol optical properties and the development of the radiative transfer tools to include these properties in the processing chain. One second aspect is to correct from the adjacency effect which occurs in the vicinity of the land. The ICOL software provides this correction.

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