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Ocean Remote Sensing: Methods and Applications
Inherent optical properties (IOPs) and remote sensing reflectance were measured in the southern part of the lagoon of New Caledonia during the VALHYBIO cruise (March-April 2008). The goal was to validate satellite chlorophyll data from MODIS and MERIS and to validate simulations of surface chlorophyll by a biogeochemical model. Physical parameters were collected from a Seabird CTD. Particulate and detritus absorption were measured with the filter pad technique. Backscattering was measured withdoi:10.1117/12.829251 fatcat:7a2b3gypjnbqxppfieddze4mta