Hydrooptical investigations were performed for three subsatellite test ranges located near the Rhodes Island in the Levant Sea, near Dardanelles in the north part of the Aegean Sea, and near the Crimean Peninsula in the northwest part of the Black Sea. In the course of observations, we measured the beam attenuation coefficient, the depth of visibility of the Secchi disk, and the color of water. These data are used to characterize the space and time variability of the optical properties of water in the investigated regions.
Physical Oceanography – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 20, 2004
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