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Remote Sensing for Optimal Estimation of Water Temperature Dynamics in Shallow Tidal Environments

Mattia Pivato, Luca Carniello, Daniele Pietro Viero, Chiara Soranzo, Andrea Defina, Sonia Silvestri
2019 Remote Sensing  
Specifically, we use remote sensing information to constrain large-scale patterns of water temperature and high-frequency in situ observations to provide proper time constraints.  ...  Here, we develop and apply an integrated approach for water temperature monitoring in a shallow lagoon which incorporates satellite and in-situ data into a mathematical model.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors thank three anonymous reviewers and the Guest Editor for their useful comments. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs12010051 fatcat:jelh74y7afgi3jdghyngldj5km

Estimating Coastal Lagoon Tidal Flooding and Repletion with Multidate ASTER Thermal Imagery

Thomas R. Allen
2012 Remote Sensing  
This project sought to detect and measure temperature and spatial variability of flood tides for a constricted coastal lagoon using multitemporal remote sensing.  ...  ASTER high spatial resolution sea-surface temperature imagery in conjunction with in situ observations and tidal predictions helped determine the optimal seasonal data for analyses.  ...  Oertel and George McLeod of Department of Ocean, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences (OEAS), Old Dominion University, provided supporting literature and background on tidal hydraulics for the study.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs4103110 fatcat:zdg76cr43za2ji2ppkga76bp7a

Coastal Tidal Effects on Industrial Thermal Plumes in Satellite Imagery

Agnieszka Faulkner, Claire E. Bulgin, Christopher J. Merchant
2019 Remote Sensing  
Coastal tidal effects on thermal plumes are investigated, exploiting remote sensing of two major coastal industrial installations.  ...  We correlated the behaviours of thermal plumes using remotely sensed high resolution thermal imagery with tidal phases derived from tide gauges.  ...  For the tidal analysis we have used Environment Agency tide gauge data from the real-time data API (Beta).  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs11182132 fatcat:hrfe2domovao3atl3j6pcq4tze

Scaling of coastal phytoplankton features by optical remote sensors: comparison with a regional ecosystem model

J.‐N. Druon, S. Loyer, F. Gohin
2005 International Journal of Remote Sensing  
inaccuracies and neglect of swell-induced erosion mechanism as model limitations in shallow waters.  ...  Airborne remote sensing is used to show that satellite data and field measurements are unsuitable for comparison in the extreme case of phytoplankton blooms in patches of a few hundred metres.  ...  and distribution of these data, respectively.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01431160500227847 fatcat:mtqq3ipdnjf3nkzxg3g2wef2mu

Mapping water quality and substrate cover in optically complex coastal and reef waters: an integrated approach

S.R. Phinn, A.G. Dekker, V.E. Brando, C.M. Roelfsema
2005 Marine Pollution Bulletin  
A significant challenge for satellite image data in coastal and coral reef water bodies is the mixture of both clear and turbid waters.  ...  A new approach is presented in this paper to enable production of water quality and substrate cover type maps, linked to a field based coastal ecosystem health indicator monitoring program, for use in  ...  Acknowledgments Funding for this work was provided by grants from: (1) the Cooperative Research Centre for Coastal Zone, Estuary and Waterway Management to DrÕs Dekker,  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.marpolbul.2004.10.031 pmid:15757744 fatcat:zknchsogfvd73e3gq2ikteieg4

Detecting trend and seasonal changes in bathymetry derived from HICO imagery: A case study of Shark Bay, Western Australia

Rodrigo A. Garcia, Peter R.C.S. Fearns, Lachlan I.W. McKinna
2014 Remote Sensing of Environment  
sensing of the coastal environment.  ...  This research presented here has focused on: (1) atmospheric correction of HICO imagery; (2) retrieval of bathymetry using an improved implementation of a shallow water inversion algorithm; (3) propagation  ...  John Hedley for his assistance with the uncertainty inversion scheme and the Western Australian Department of Transport for the Carnarvon tide height data.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rse.2014.03.010 fatcat:przl5v5ysrapdc4ffk34kupwai

Turbidity in Apalachicola Bay, Florida from Landsat 5 TM and Field Data: Seasonal Patterns and Response to Extreme Events

Ishan D. Joshi, Eurico J. D'Sa, Christopher L. Osburn, Thomas S. Bianchi
2017 Remote Sensing  
Promising results of the single-band turbidity algorithm with Landsat 8 OLI imagery suggest its potential for long-term monitoring of water turbidity in a shallow water estuary such as Apalachicola Bay  ...  Synoptic monitoring of estuaries, some of the most bio-diverse and productive environments on Earth, is essential to study small-scale water dynamics and its role on spatiotemporal variation in water quality  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs9040367 fatcat:llx66m2qf5a6zkejbhis4ulhhe

Optical Satellite Remote Sensing of the Coastal Zone Environment — An Overview [chapter]

Ana C. Teodoro
2016 Environmental Applications of Remote Sensing  
Optical remote-sensing data are a powerful source of information for monitoring the coastal environment.  ...  The major challenge still is to have remote-sensing techniques adopted as a routine tool in assessment of change in the coastal zone.  ...  There is still a long way to go in using this type of data to estimate the depth for coastal environments through optical remote-sensing data.  ... 
doi:10.5772/61974 fatcat:lvtd7ymbpzhjzg5plcrzvvhcrq

Improving Sediment Transport Prediction by Assimilating Satellite Images in a Tidal Bay Model of Hong Kong

Peng Zhang, Onyx Wai, Xiaoling Chen, Jianzhong Lu, Liqiao Tian
2014 Water  
Numerical models being one of the major tools for sediment dynamic studies in complex coastal waters are now benefitting from remote sensing images that are easily available for model inputs.  ...  The present study explored various methods of integrating remote sensing ocean color data into a numerical model to improve sediment transport prediction in a tide-dominated bay in Hong Kong, Deep Bay.  ...  in University (IRT1278).  ... 
doi:10.3390/w6030642 fatcat:vvlfxnsdszcrtmc3d5dd4ukoje

Improving habitat models by incorporating pelagic measurements from coastal ocean observatories

L Palamara, J Manderson, J Kohut, MJ Oliver, S Gray, J Goff
2012 Marine Ecology Progress Series  
Remotely sensed pelagic characteristics explained 46.9% of the variation that was accounted for and were redundant for features measured in situ; this suggests that remotely sensed features are representative  ...  Understanding how species respond to the dynamics of their environment is important for developing effective management strategies.  ...  The authors thank the following agencies for support during this project: NOAA Fisheries and the Environment (FATE NA08NMF450626) for primary support, as well as NASA Biodiversity (NNG06GH75G1/3), NASA  ... 
doi:10.3354/meps09496 fatcat:nhliy6hp2bft3ppm5ehh27qh54

Assessment of a Non-Optical Water Quality Property Using Space-based Imagery in Egyptian Coastal Lake

Hala O. Abayazid, Ahmed El-Adawy
2019 International Journal of Advanced Network, Monitoring, and Controls  
However, remotely estimated water quality parameters are mostly related to visibility characteristic and optically active property of water.  ...  While results show successful statistically significant correlation in certain combinations considered, yet optimal results were concluded with Turbidity and natural logarithm of temperature.  ...  Remote Sensing-based Water Quality Retrieval Several studies in literature have addressed retrieval of water quality parameters using remote sensing techniques.  ... 
doi:10.21307/ijanmc-2019-059 fatcat:2l77b3qltba6nbxwe6wgywa6z4

Assessment of a Non-Optical Water Quality Property Using Space-Based Imagery in Egyptian Coastal Lake

Hala O. Abayazid, Ahmed El-Adawy
2019 Journal of Water Resource and Protection  
However, remotely estimated water quality parameters are mostly related to visibility characteristic and optically active property of water.  ...  While results show successful statistically significant correlation in certain combinations considered, yet optimal results were concluded with Turbidity and natural logarithm of temperature.  ...  Conflicts of Interest The authors declare no conflicts of interest regarding the publication of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.4236/jwarp.2019.116042 fatcat:yc7whkfso5gltbzutwj2bov4sm

Continuous Change Mapping to Understand Wetland Quantity and Quality Evolution and Driving Forces: A Case Study in the Liao River Estuary from 1986 to 2018

Jianwei Peng, Shuguang Liu, Weizhi Lu, Maochou Liu, Shuailong Feng, Pifu Cong
2021 Remote Sensing  
, and shallow marine water) annually from 1986 to 2018 and analyzed the changes and driving forces.  ...  Wetland landscapes are notoriously difficult to map with satellite data, particularly in highly complex, dynamic coastal regions.  ...  Acknowledgments: We would like to thank Zhe Zhu for sharing his CCDC codes. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs13234900 fatcat:dm637fa7j5aarac3mqjrn4ucue

Physical–biological interactions in a subarctic estuary: How do environmental and physical factors impact the movement and survival of beluga whales in Cook Inlet, Alaska?

Tal Ezer, Julian R. Ashford, Cynthia M. Jones, Barbara A. Mahoney, Roderick C. Hobbs
2013 Journal of Marine Systems  
Interannual variations of the CIBW movements were found to relate to year-to-year variations in water temperature and the time of ice melt/freezing; thus, in warmer years the CIBW will stay in the upper  ...  The seasonal movements of the belugas within CI appear to be affected by variations in water temperature, ice coverage and most significantly, by river discharge.  ...  Oey of Princeton University. S. Okkonen and an anonymous reviewer are thanked for providing very helpful suggestions that greatly improved the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jmarsys.2012.10.007 fatcat:rttxlv7ikrcelc6nmz7mv4jcbm

Temporal variability in the importance of hydrologic, biotic, and climatic descriptors of dissolved oxygen dynamics in a shallow tidal-marsh creek

Natalie G. Nelson, Rafael Muñoz-Carpena, Patrick J. Neale, Maria Tzortziou, J. Patrick Megonigal
2017 Water Resources Research  
These findings underline important distinctions in the underlying mechanisms dictating DO variability in shallow tidal marsh-creek environments relative to open water estuarine systems.  ...  water temperature) acting as tracers of estuarine-marsh water mixing; conversely, in early winter months when estuarine and marsh waters differ less distinctly, hydrologic variables increase in relative  ...  Thus, relationships highlighted in this study could inform large-scale DO analyses with the use of remotely sensed data.  ... 
doi:10.1002/2016wr020196 fatcat:zu33ivfz7farvnbr276hwy7msm
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