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Remote sensing of shelf sea hydrodynamics

Proceedings of the 15th International Liege Colloquium on Ocean Hydrodynamics (Elsevier oceanography series)

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  For about 40 years, with a proliferation over the last two decades, remote sensing data, primarily in the form of satellite and airborne imagery and altimetry, have been used to study floods, floodplain inundation, and river hydrodynamics. The sensors and data processing techniques that exist to derive information about floods are by: 3. A review of remote sensing oceanography, in A Collection of Remote Sensing Oceanographic Papers, Ocean Press, Beijing, pp. , 2. Zheng, Q. A preliminary study of penetration depth in sea water by visible remote sensing, in A Collection of Remote Sensing Oceanographic Papers, Ocean Press, Beijing, pp. , 3.


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DOI: /ars Advances in Remote Sensing Algorithms, River Plume 1. Introduction Suspended particulate matter (SPM) plays a major role in the biological and ecological status of inland, coastal, and shelf waters, and can cause detrimental effects on marine ecosystems [1] [2] [3] and has a strong influence on the phy-File Size: 6MB.

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