We present the description and preliminary results of the international subsatellite experiment carried out on the oceanographic platform located in the Black Sea (near the South Coast of Crimea in the region of Katsiveli). A brief description of the equipment and experimental procedure is given. Some preliminary results of the experiment, including the data on the behavior of biooptical parameters as functions of time and their correlation, are presented. These data cover a broad range of variation of the biooptical properties of the sea and can be used for the quantitative comparison with the data of the MERIS, MODIS, and SeaWiFS scanners.
Physical Oceanography – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 20, 2004
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