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A simple instrument for the measurement of ocean colour

A simple instrument for the measurement of ocean colour
A simple instrument for the measurement of ocean colour
The requirement for an inexpensive instrument for the measurement of underwater irradiance and radiance was discussed by the WOlRS Instrument Design Group. It was considered important to have a low cost design measuring at a number of discrete spectral bands in the visible region of the spectrum. An initial requirements specification and a component cost target of $5000 US were set at this meeting.
Netherlands Institute for Sea Research
Trundle, K.J.
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Wernand, Marcel R.
Trundle, K.J.
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Wernand, Marcel R.

Trundle, K.J. (1994) A simple instrument for the measurement of ocean colour. In, Wernand, Marcel R. (ed.) European Workshop on Optical Ground Truth Instrumentation for the Validation of Space-Borne Optical Remote Sensing Data of the Marine Environment: WOIRS-93, 23-25 November 1993. Netherlands. Netherlands Institute for Sea Research.

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The requirement for an inexpensive instrument for the measurement of underwater irradiance and radiance was discussed by the WOlRS Instrument Design Group. It was considered important to have a low cost design measuring at a number of discrete spectral bands in the visible region of the spectrum. An initial requirements specification and a component cost target of $5000 US were set at this meeting.

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Published date: 1994

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Local EPrints ID: 77125
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/77125
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