Bio-optical properties of the Arabian Sea as determined by in situ and Sea WiFS data
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Published by CHORS, Center for Hydro-Optics & Remote Sensing, San Diego State University, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in San Diego, CA, [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Optical properties.,
  • Fluorescence.,
  • Arabian Sea.,
  • Remote sensing.,
  • Marine environments.,
  • In situ measurement.

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Other titlesBio optical properties of the Arabian Sea as determined by in situ and Sea WiFS data.
StatementCharles C. Trees.
Series[NASA contractor report] -- NASA-CR-205485., CHORS technical memorandum -- 004-97., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-205485.
ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15491926M

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Buy Bio-optical properties of the Arabian Sea as determined by in situ and Sea WiFS data final report prepared under NASA grant NAGW, 1 February - 30 April (SuDoc NAS ) by Charles C. Trees (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Charles C. Trees. 1. Introduction. The Arabian Gulf is a semi-enclosed region connected to the Sea of Oman through the Strait of Hormuz. These two water bodies are located in the middle of an arid region, which is often hot (water temperature can reach 35 °C in the summer) and dusty (around 20 dust storms per year),,.The intervention of this harsh climate with the shallow nature of the Gulf Cited by: 1. Bio-optical properties of sea water in the Arctic Ocean were reported to be significantly different from those at lower latitudes (Wang et al., ; Mitchell, ; Cota et al., ). The. As part of the German JGOFS Indian Ocean Programme, a cruise occurred in the Arabian Sea in May at the onset of the southwest monsoon. Data on gelbstoff, chlorophylla and tryptophan-like fluorescence as well as gelbstoff absorption were obtained. They indicate, that these optical parameters support the interpretation of hydrographic and Cited by:

Bio-optical properties of gelbstoff in the Arabian Sea at the onset of the southwest monsoon oligotrophic central Arabian Sea as well as in the upwelling region near the Omani coast. The paper the in situ (ex/em) data can also be given in relative units only. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography Vol Issues 10–11, August , Pages Seasonal variability of bio-optical and physical properties in the Arabian Sea: October –October Cited by: Request PDF | Comparison of bio-physical marine products from SeaWiFS, MODIS and a bio-optical model with in situ measurements from Northern European waters | In . in Dickey et al. (). Marra et al. () model primary productivity from bio-optical sensors on the central mooring. Here we present bio-optical data from the central mooring focusing on variability on the diel time scale. 2. Methods Multi-variable moored systems (MVMS) were deployed at 10, 35, 65 and 80m.

The central Arabian Sea was found to be more productive than sub-tropical gyre elsewhere, and the area north of 20°N to be richer than the central Arabian Sea6. The results from an Indian Joint Global Ocean Flux Studies (JGOFS) cruise, during February – March , also revealed the evidence of high productivity in the northern. Bering Sea optical and biological properties from MODIS Puneeta Naika,b, Menghua Wanga,⁎,EuricoJ.D'Sac,,e a NOAA National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service, Center for Satellite Applications and Research, E/RA3, University Research Court, College Park, MD , USA b CIRA, Colorado State University, Fort .   Water mass distributions, upwelling and filament formation are of complex significance for biological and chemical processes. Temperature and salinity are routinely used to characterize these hydrographic conditions. In situ profiles and sample analyses from the cruise So of RV Sonne in May into the Arabian Sea indicate that optical parameters such as Cited by: 4. CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS Papers Presentations Journals. Advanced Photonics Journal of Applied Remote Sensing.