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Accepted in Journal of Geophysical Research, 2000 Global Seasonal Climatologies of Ocean Chlorophyll : Blending in Situ and Satellite Data for the Czcs Era

By Gregg, Watson W.

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Title: Accepted in Journal of Geophysical Research, 2000 Global Seasonal Climatologies of Ocean Chlorophyll : Blending in Situ and Satellite Data for the Czcs Era  
Author: Gregg, Watson W.
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Language: English
Subject: Science., Ecology & environment, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (U.S.)
Collections: National Oceanographic Data Center
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Introduction: Satellite observations of ocean color provide large-scale, repeat coverage sampling of global ocean chlorophyll that are necessary to help understand the role of phytoplankton on biogeochemical cycling, climate change, and fisheries. However, remotely-sensed data are subject to several sources of error that affect their accuracy, for example, calibration, atmospheric correction algorithm errors, uncertainties in knowledge of the atmospheric optical state, and problems deriving chlorophyll from radiances. Conventional in situ methods (e.g., ships and buoys) typically provide high quality, accurate data, but can only produce extremely limited spatial observations due to the expense of sea operations and the large areal extent of the ocean. Thus, in situ data provide high quality chlorophyll information that satellites cannot, and satellites provide horizontal and temporal observations that in situ methods cannot. A blending of data sources can maximize the strengths of each data set and produce a high quality, large spatial, data set of ocean chlorophyll...


 

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