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Ohde, Thomas; Siegel, Herbert; Gerth, Monika (2011): Incident irradiance above water and upward radiance below the water surface during L'Atalante cruise ATA03 in the Atlantic Ocean at station 010001. Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research, Warnemünde, PANGAEA, https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.772648

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Related to:
Ohde, Thomas; Siegel, Herbert (2012): Impacts of Saharan dust on downward irradiance and photosynthetically available radiation in the water column. Advances in Oceanography and Limnology, 3(2), 99-131, https://doi.org/10.1080/19475721.2012.716793
Ohde, Thomas; Siegel, Herbert (2014): Impacts of Saharan dust on the marine environment in the area off Northwest Africa. In: Barale, V. & Gade, M. Remote sensing of the African Seas, Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, 119-133, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-017-8008-7_6
Further details:
Mueller, J L; Austin, R W (1995): Ocean optics protocols for SeaWiFS validation, revision 1. In: S.B. Hooker, E.R. Firestone, J.G. Acker (Editors), NASA Technical Memorandum 104566, Vol. 25, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland, 66 pp
Coverage:
Latitude: 17.001000 * Longitude: -20.001000
Date/Time Start: 2008-02-07T17:30:00 * Date/Time End: 2008-02-07T17:30:00
Event(s):
ATA3_010001_SMSR (010001) * Latitude: 17.001000 * Longitude: -20.001000 * Date/Time: 2008-02-07T17:30:00 * Campaign: ATA08_03 (IFM-GEOMAR/3) * Basis: L Atalante * Device: SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference (SMSR)
Comment:
The incident irradiance above water Es (lambda) and the upward radiance just below the water surface Lu (lambda,0-) were measured with Satlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference) in 13 channels between 412 nm and 700 nm. All measurements were made according to the recommendations of the SeaWiFS validation team (Mueller and Austin 1995). The sampling data rate was 6 Hz.
Parameter(s):
#NameShort NameUnitPrincipal InvestigatorMethodComment
1Radiance, upward at 619.6 nmLu_619.6µW/cm2/nm/srOhde, ThomasSatlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference)
2Radiance, upward at 412.1 nmLu_412.1µW/cm2/nm/srOhde, ThomasSatlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference)
3Radiance, upward at 670.1 nmLu_670.1µW/cm2/nm/srOhde, ThomasSatlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference)
4Radiance, upward at 442.7 nmLu_442.7µW/cm2/nm/srOhde, ThomasSatlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference)
5Radiance, upward at 519.5 nmLu_519.5µW/cm2/nm/srOhde, ThomasSatlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference)
6Radiance, upward at 489.8 nmLu_489.8µW/cm2/nm/srOhde, ThomasSatlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference)
7Radiance, upward at 509.8 nmLu_509.8µW/cm2/nm/srOhde, ThomasSatlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference)
8Radiance, upward at 565.7 nmLu_565.7µW/cm2/nm/srOhde, ThomasSatlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference)
9Radiance, upward at 554.2 nmLu_554.2µW/cm2/nm/srOhde, ThomasSatlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference)
10Radiance, upward at 590.6 nmLu_590.6µW/cm2/nm/srOhde, ThomasSatlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference)
11Radiance, upward at 665.1 nmLu_665.1µW/cm2/nm/srOhde, ThomasSatlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference)
12Radiance, upward at 683.4 nmLu_683.4µW/cm2/nm/srOhde, ThomasSatlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference)
13Radiance, upward at 699.6 nmLu_699.6µW/cm2/nm/srOhde, ThomasSatlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference)
14Spectral irradiance, incident at 620.7 nmEi_620.7W/m2/nmOhde, ThomasSatlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference)
15Spectral irradiance, incident at 411.6 nmEi_411.6W/m2/nmOhde, ThomasSatlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference)
16Spectral irradiance, incident at 670.9 nmEi_670.9W/m2/nmOhde, ThomasSatlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference)
17Spectral irradiance, incident at 443.1 nmEi_443.1W/m2/nmOhde, ThomasSatlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference)
18Spectral irradiance, incident at 520.8 nmEi_520.8W/m2/nmOhde, ThomasSatlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference)
19Spectral irradiance, incident at 490.5 nmEi_490.5W/m2/nmOhde, ThomasSatlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference)
20Spectral irradiance, incident at 509.3 nmEi_509.3W/m2/nmOhde, ThomasSatlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference)
21Spectral irradiance, incident at 565.6 nmEi_565.6W/m2/nmOhde, ThomasSatlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference)
22Spectral irradiance, incident at 555.5 nmEi_555.5W/m2/nmOhde, ThomasSatlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference)
23Spectral irradiance, incident at 589.4 nmEi_589.4W/m2/nmOhde, ThomasSatlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference)
24Spectral irradiance, incident at 664.6 nmEi_664.6W/m2/nmOhde, ThomasSatlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference)
25Spectral irradiance, incident at 683.6 nmEi_683.6W/m2/nmOhde, ThomasSatlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference)
26Spectral irradiance, incident at 700.2 nmEi_700.2W/m2/nmOhde, ThomasSatlantic surface reference (SMSR-SeaWiFS Multichannel Surface Reference)
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