Adobe(R) GoLive(R) 4.0 Classroom in a Book by Adobe Creative Team, Adobe Press

By Adobe Creative Team, Adobe Press

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Some of these flags, if set, are fatal for target processing. If a fatal QC flag is set, processing of the target is terminated. A count of the number of QC errors is accumulated by blocks of 500 scan lines to allow bad sections of data to be pinpointed for study. The magnitude and consistency of AVHRR and HIRS calibrated coefficients are also monitored, and targets with erroneous calibration data are rejected. 2. Perform Gross Land Test In the gross land test, if AVHRR data are available, check the low-resolution land/sea tag value at the nearest ½ 0 latitude/longitude intersection for the following positions within the target: a.

Chl a pigment absorption is present but barely detectable in the range of about 698 to 730 nm. , 1990). Figure 1. Calculated in situ, weight specific absorption coefficients for the major phytoplankton pigments: chl a, b, c = chlorophylls a, b, and c, Psyn Car = photosynthetically active carotenoids, Pprot Car = photoprotective carotenoids. Note red absorption maximum for chl a at 674 nm. Optical Remote Sensing Techniques 31 Figure 2. Comparison of in situ chl a absorption (at a chl a concentration of 1 µg/l) versus total pigment absorption (with all chlorophylls and carotenoids) based on the specific absorption coefficients for five pigment classes (Figure 1) and global ocean averages for the proportions of these five classes (see text).

E. Strong. 1995. Coral bleaching threatens oceans, life. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 75:145-147. , R. O. Thomas 2000. Coral bleaching and global climate change: Scientific findings and policy recommendations. Conservation Biology, 14,:1500-1511. S. Barrientos, C. Duda, and J. Sapper. 1997. Improved satellite techniques for monitoring coral reef bleaching. Proceedings of the 8th International Coral Reef Symposium, Panama City, Panama, 1:1495-1498. E. 1991. Sea surface temperature signals from space.

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