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Satellite sensor requirements for monitoring essential biodiversity variables of coastal ecosystems

Frank E. Muller-Karger, Erin Hestir, Christiana Ade, Kevin Turpie, Dar A. Roberts, David Siegel, Robert J. Miller, David Humm, Noam Izenberg, Mary Keller, Frank Morgan, Robert Frouin (+41 others)
2018 Ecological Applications  
The biodiversity and high productivity of coastal terrestrial and aquatic habitats are the foundation for important benefits to human societies around the world.  ...  An agile satellite in a 3-d repeat low-Earth orbit could sample 30-km swath images of several hundred coastal habitats daily. Nine H4 satellites would provide weekly coverage of global coastal zones.  ...  The work was supported in part by the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS), the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA grants NNX16AQ34G and NNX14AR62A), the National  ... 
doi:10.1002/eap.1682 pmid:29509310 pmcid:PMC5947264 fatcat:ajqoucb53zhi3mwzzr6slealfy

Living up to the Hype of Hyperspectral Aquatic Remote Sensing: Science, Resources and Outlook

Heidi M. Dierssen, Steven G. Ackleson, Karen E. Joyce, Erin L. Hestir, Alexandre Castagna, Samantha Lavender, Margaret A. McManus
2021 Frontiers in Environmental Science  
of aquatic biodiversity, habitats, water quality, and natural and anthropogenic hazards.  ...  The next decade of hyperspectral aquatic remote sensing is on the cusp of revolutionizing the way we assess and monitor aquatic environments and detect changes relevant to global communities.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to acknowledge the organizers of the 2018 Alliance for Coastal Technologies (ACT) Hyperspectral Imaging of Coastal Waters Workshop, Mario Tamburri the director of ACT, and  ... 
doi:10.3389/fenvs.2021.649528 fatcat:ax75yli4jfeh7gw6wtocpkngta

Imaging Spectrometry of Inland and Coastal Waters: State of the Art, Achievements and Perspectives

C. Giardino, V. E. Brando, P. Gege, N. Pinnel, E. Hochberg, E. Knaeps, I. Reusen, R. Doerffer, M. Bresciani, F. Braga, S. Foerster, N. Champollion (+1 others)
2018 Surveys in geophysics  
for the imminent deluge of imaging spectrometry data.  ...  As the spaceborne, airborne and in situ optical sensors become increasingly available and appropriate for aquatic ecosystem detection, monitoring and assessment, the science-based applications will need  ...  Acknowledgements This paper is an outcome of a workshop on requirements, capabilities and directions in spaceborne imaging spectroscopy held at the International Space Science Institute (ISSI) in Bern,  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10712-018-9476-0 fatcat:6wucr4ri3vhlhih7okrtphie3q

Sustainable Artisanal Fisheries Practices in Nigeria

SOGBESAN Olukayode Amos
2018 Oceanography & Fisheries Open access Journal  
There is need for swift adoption and implementation of measures that will ensure sustainable exploitation, development and management of the inland fisheries resources of Nigeria.  ...  The paper discussed the potentials of inland fisheries resources, its advantages and the pressure on inland fisheries resources of Nigeria.  ...  It works to protect the world inland, marine and coastal waters with due respect for biodiversity and the ecosystem.  ... 
doi:10.19080/ofoaj.2018.06.555677 fatcat:hriy7g2ea5gm5nrsc2sxskxsde

Preface: Remote Sensing in Coastal Environments

Deepak Mishra, Richard Gould
2016 Remote Sensing  
In addition to serving as nursery grounds for many birds and aquatic organisms, coastal ecosystems play roles in regulating global hydrology and climate; the biological, physical, and chemical modifications  ...  ranging for wetlands and water quality to coral reefs and kelp habitats.  ...  Sincere thanks to the reviewers for providing constructive and prompt feedback necessary for a successful Special Issue.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs8080665 fatcat:n3kzyuvjkrdxhe3ww3wxudzole

Prospective HyspIRI global observations of tidal wetlands

Kevin R. Turpie, Victor V. Klemas, Kristin Byrd, Maggi Kelly, Young-Heon Jo
2015 Remote Sensing of Environment  
Tidal wetlands are highly productive and act as critical habitat for a wide variety of plants, fish, shellfish, and other wildlife.  ...  For wetland protection and sensible coastal development, there is a need to monitor these ecosystems at global and regional scales.  ...  a community of practice for aquatic remote sensing in coastal and inland waters.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rse.2015.05.008 fatcat:d5pesh2nvnguxkhiiwvdbin3xy

NASA's surface biology and geology designated observable: A perspective on surface imaging algorithms

Kerry Cawse-Nicholson, Philip A. Townsend, David Schimel, Ali M. Assiri, Pamela L. Blake, Maria Fabrizia Buongiorno, Petya Campbell, Nimrod Carmon, Kimberly A. Casey, Rosa Elvira Correa-Pabón, Kyla M. Dahlin, Hamid Dashti (+48 others)
2021 Remote Sensing of Environment  
i) terrestrial vegetation physiology, functional traits, and health; (ii) inland and coastal aquatic ecosystems physiology, functional traits, and health; (iii) snow and ice accumulation, melting, and  ...  The SBG DO is based on the need for capabilities to acquire global, high spatial resolution, visible to shortwave infrared (VSWIR; 380-2500 nm; ~30 m pixel resolution) hyperspectral (imaging spectroscopy  ...  Aquatic environment The aquatic environment comprises inland seas, lakes and rivers; nearshore coastal, estuarine and oceanic waters; and the margins of water bodies near shorelines or the edges of ice  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rse.2021.112349 fatcat:i4fmpq6kyrgcfboq42za66q5tm

Remote Detection of Invasive Alien Species [chapter]

Erik A. Bolch, Maria J. Santos, Christiana Ade, Shruti Khanna, Nicholas T. Basinger, Martin O. Reader, Erin L. Hestir
2020 Remote Sensing of Plant Biodiversity  
Mapping phytoplankton functional types in coastal and inland waters is still challenging, however.  ...  Rapid shifts in species composition and large harmful algal blooms in coastal and inland waters have cascading effects on community structure for waterfowl, marine mammals, fish, shellfish, and benthic  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-33157-3_12 fatcat:2shdidwaandu7movqvzsprrxqy

Abundance and Distribution of Microplastics in the Water and Riverbank Sediment in Malaysia – A Review

2020 Biointerface Research in Applied Chemistry  
One of the major global environmental issues often discussed and brought up by many governments in the world today is microplastic pollution.  ...  Given that research regarding the area of microplastics is still scarce in Malaysia this review will help to give some insight regarding the current situation and issue of microplastic pollution globally  ...  Conflicts of Interest The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.33263/briac114.1170011712 fatcat:fhhhaszgfjek5f4i5mpfeozbga

Field Spectroscopy as a Tool for Enhancing Water Quality Monitoring in the ACE Basin, SC

Caitlyn C. Mayer, Khalid A. Ali
2017 Journal of South Carolina water resources  
The results from this study provide a strong foundation for the future of water quality monitoring and for the protection of biodiversity in the ACE basin.  ...  Satellite remote sensing methods are used globally to monitor water systems and can produce an instantaneous synopsis of color-producing agents (CPAs), including chlorophyll-a, suspended matter (TSM),  ...  Suspended matter can affect aquatic habitats as they absorb heat from the sun, increase the water temperature, and consequently lower the available concentrations of dissolved oxygen necessary for aquatic  ... 
doi:10.34068/jscwr.04.04 fatcat:s7xcqyclwrhvrb7pgnwbt2g27m

Microplastic Pollution in Inland Waters Focusing on Asia [chapter]

Chenxi Wu, Kai Zhang, Xiong Xiong
2017 Handbook of Environmental Chemistry  
These preliminary results call for more research efforts to better characterize the sources, fate, effects, and risks of microplastics in inland waters.  ...  Extensive and in-depth studies are urgently needed to bridge the knowledge gaps to enable a more comprehensive risk assessment of microplastics in inland waters and to support the development of policy  ...  Many inland waters are habitats for aquatic species that have important ecological and economic value and provide services for recreation, aquatic products, and water resources.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-61615-5_5 fatcat:6xw4f6wyyrf65j4fc5tjpy6e2a

Microplastic-Associated Biofilms: A Comparison of Freshwater and Marine Environments [chapter]

Jesse P. Harrison, Timothy J. Hoellein, Melanie Sapp, Alexander S. Tagg, Yon Ju-Nam, Jesús J. Ojeda
2017 Handbook of Environmental Chemistry  
Acknowledgments We thank Buck Hanson, Toby Samuels, and William Southwell-Wright for their feedback and helpful suggestions.  ...  In streams and other habitats, biofilms 1 are primary sites for carbon and nutrient transformations and form the base of food webs, contributing to local and global ecosystem functioning [14] .  ...  In contrast with the frequently nutrient-poor conditions present within the open ocean, inland and coastal waters receive high fluxes of nutrients from the surrounding environment [14] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-61615-5_9 fatcat:yv3vjq5gmbaf3kx3ouj32wawpm

Data Needs for Hyperspectral Detection of Algal Diversity Across the Globe

Heidi Dierssen, Astrid Bracher, Vittorio Brando, Hubert Loisel, Kevin Ruddick
2020 Oceanography  
We thank all of the participants for contributing to the content of the report and M. Vandegehuchte, Z. Lee, E. Organelli, A. Castagna, and A. Chase for providing editorial comments.  ...  BELSPO, the US Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry Program, and the Fulbright Commission of Belgium.  ...  coastal, estuarine, and inland waters.  ... 
doi:10.5670/oceanog.2020.111 fatcat:yr45axal45ewbef7g67u26aoue

Microplastic Pollution in the Surface Waters from Plain and Mountainous Lakes in Siberia, Russia

Natalia Malygina, Elena Mitrofanova, Natalia Kuryatnikova, Roman Biryukov, Dmitry Zolotov, Dmitry Pershin, Dmitry Chernykh
2021 Water  
Microplastics (MPs) contaminations of freshwater and marine environments has become a global issue.  ...  In this paper, for the first time, we analyze the concentrations, composition, and spatial distribution of MPs in six lakes in southern Siberia.  ...  Freshwater ecosystems in southern Siberia provide many ecosystem services, including water for human consumption and the development of economic activities and serve as critical habitats for various species  ... 
doi:10.3390/w13162287 fatcat:4lqmrt3v2fdrporz3hwbjrpdle

Study of Temporal Trends of Pollution in the Russian Coastal Areas of the Black Sea by Nuclear and Related Analytical Techniques

Frontasyeva MV
2019 Annals of Chemical Science Research  
The group of lithophilic and siderophilic elements is characterized by the highest dispersion, and chalcophilic elements (S, As, Cd, Cu) -by concentration (or its tendency).  ...  Exceptions are observed only with a high degree of pollution of the habitat [3, 4] .  ...  It is possible that such a process is a global evolutionary streamlined global mechanism for detoxification and self-purification of the aquatic environment.  ... 
doi:10.31031/acsr.2019.01.000511 fatcat:ty6a7nd3obfdhnqjtrwe4ywwqq
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