Monitoring marine water quality of Sicily by means of remotely sensed imagery

Nizza, S; Pampalone, V; Tulone, M; Vitagliano, A

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Abstract

Within the framework of the GEOGRID research project, a semi-automatic computational chain has been implemented in order to map the time evolution of marine water quality, around Sicily island, by means of satellite images. To this aim a set of MODIS (TERRA and AQUA) multispectral images has been acquired. An automatic system to georeference and calibrate the images has been implemented. All the procedures to map clorophill-a, total suspended solids and turbidity come from the literature, whereas models parameters have been calibrated by means of in situ measurements.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2008

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Nizza, S; Pampalone, V; Tulone, M; Vitagliano, A (2008). Monitoring marine water quality of Sicily by means of remotely sensed imagery.

Monitoring marine water quality of Sicily by means of remotely sensed imagery. / Nizza, S; Pampalone, V; Tulone, M; Vitagliano, A.

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Nizza, S; Pampalone, V; Tulone, M; Vitagliano, A 2008, 'Monitoring marine water quality of Sicily by means of remotely sensed imagery'.
Nizza, S; Pampalone, V; Tulone, M; Vitagliano, A. Monitoring marine water quality of Sicily by means of remotely sensed imagery. 2008.
Nizza, S; Pampalone, V; Tulone, M; Vitagliano, A. / Monitoring marine water quality of Sicily by means of remotely sensed imagery.
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