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Retrieval of chlorophyll from the sea-leaving radiance in the Arabian sea
Journal of the Indian Society of Remote Sensing
Error estimates in chlorophyll retrieval in the sea from satellite data have always been higher compared to the errors in retrieval of sea surface temperature or wind speed from satellite data. This is due to the higher percentage of noise in optical signals compared to infrared or microwave signals reaching the satellite. The noise is introduced both at the sea surface itself and also while signal passes passage through atmosphere. In the present work, we have attempted to investigate thedoi:10.1007/bf02989920 fatcat:6q4fbhvf3jhjxigf2liiv6aa7m