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Detection of Oil Pollution in the Form of Emulsion and Individual Films on the Water Surface of the Bering Sea Using Hyperspectral Visible Radiometry in August 2013

Detection of Oil Pollution in the Form of Emulsion and Individual Films on the Water Surface of... The spectra of sea reflectance coefficients, measured remotely from a ship in the region of the Urals oil spill, in the form of emulsion and individual films, have been analyzed. The pollution was detected in the Bering Sea near Cape Navarin on August 4, 2013, during the voyage of the Professor Khlyustin training ship. In situ flow-through fluorometric measurements of concentrations of the chlorophyll a and colored dissolved organic matter at a depth of 4 m, where the contamination effect was not detected, were used. The regression relations between remote and in situ measurements in clear and oil-polluted waters are analyzed. The preliminary technique is developed for detecting sea surface oil pollution, which is in emulsified form and in the form of small films about 1 m2 in area, using remote measurements of the seawater reflectance spectra. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Atmospheric and Oceanic Optics Springer Journals

Detection of Oil Pollution in the Form of Emulsion and Individual Films on the Water Surface of the Bering Sea Using Hyperspectral Visible Radiometry in August 2013

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © Pleiades Publishing, Ltd. 2021. ISSN 1024-8560, Atmospheric and Oceanic Optics, 2021, Vol. 34, No. 3, pp. 267–273. © Pleiades Publishing, Ltd., 2021. Russian Text © The Author(s), 2021, published in Optika Atmosfery i Okeana.
ISSN
1024-8560
eISSN
2070-0393
DOI
10.1134/s1024856021030155
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Abstract

The spectra of sea reflectance coefficients, measured remotely from a ship in the region of the Urals oil spill, in the form of emulsion and individual films, have been analyzed. The pollution was detected in the Bering Sea near Cape Navarin on August 4, 2013, during the voyage of the Professor Khlyustin training ship. In situ flow-through fluorometric measurements of concentrations of the chlorophyll a and colored dissolved organic matter at a depth of 4 m, where the contamination effect was not detected, were used. The regression relations between remote and in situ measurements in clear and oil-polluted waters are analyzed. The preliminary technique is developed for detecting sea surface oil pollution, which is in emulsified form and in the form of small films about 1 m2 in area, using remote measurements of the seawater reflectance spectra.

Journal

Atmospheric and Oceanic OpticsSpringer Journals

Published: Jul 5, 2021

Keywords: ocean optics; seawater reflectance; oil spill; chlorophyll a; dissolved organic matter; emulsion; the Bering Sea

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