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Validation SIMEC adjacency correction for coastal and inland waters
Sterckx, S.; Knaeps, E.; Ruddick, K.G.; Kratzer, S.; Ruescas, A. (2013). Validation SIMEC adjacency correction for coastal and inland waters, in: Proceedings of the International Ocean Colour Science Meeting, Darmstadt, Germany 6-8 May 2013: Abstracts. pp. 225-226

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  • Kratzer, S.
  • Ruescas, A.

    In many coastal and inland waters environment effects hamper the correct retrieval of water quality parameters from remotely sensed imagery. SIMEC (SIMilarity Environment Correction), a new approachfor the correction of adjacency effects is presented in this paper. SIMEC is applied to a MERIS match-up dataset over coastal and inland waters.

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