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  • Document - Technical Note

    9 June 2021

    Document - Technical Note

    A-comparison-of-superresolution-reconstruction-methods-for-multiangle-CHRIS-Proba-images.pdf

    This paper presents the results of three superresolution methods applied to multiangular CHRIS/Proba data: three methods, namely non-uniform interpolation and de-convolution, iterative back-projection, and total variation are examined.

  • Document - Product Specifications

    26 June 2020

    Document - Product Specifications

    MERIS-Sentinel-3-Like-L1-andL2-PFS.pdf

    This document specifies the format of the Envisat/MERIS Level 1 and Level 2 products applicable to the 4th data reprocessing.

  • Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    MERIS ATBD 2-25

    Alternative Atmospheric Correction Procedure for Case 2 Water Remote Sensing using MERIS

  • Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    MERIS ATBD 2-7

    Atmospheric Correction over the Ocean (Case 1 Waters)

  • Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    MERIS ATBD 2-06

    BRIGHT PIXEL ATMOSPHERIC CORRECTION

  • Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    MERIS ATBD 2-01

    CLOUD ALBEDO AND CLOUD OPTICAL THICKNESS

  • Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    MERIS ATBD 2-18

    PHOTOSYNTHETICALLY AVAILABLE RADIATION (PAR)

  • Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    MERIS ATBD 2-12

    Pigment index, sediment and gelbstoff retrieval

  • Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    MERIS ATBD 2-1

    MERIS Cloud Albedo and Cloud Optical Thickness

  • Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    MERIS ATBD 2-22

    MERIS Terrestrial Chlorophyll Index

  • Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - Algorithms Theoretical Baseline Document

    MERIS ATBD 2-15

    MERIS aerosol remote sensing over land

  • Document - Technical Note

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - Technical Note

    Radiative transfer processes simulated within a coupled 'Atmosphere-Land-Ocean' system

    The purpose of this document is to describe the radiative transfer processes simulated within a coupled 'Atmosphere-Land/Ocean' system by two different codes developed by ???? Freie Universit??t Berlin ???? (FUB) in Germany and ???? Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire en Sciences de l'Environnement - Universit?��� du Littoral (LISE/UdL) in France.

  • Document - Product Document

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - Product Document

    Assessment of Canopy Structure and Heterogeneity from Multi-Angular CHRIS-PROBA Data

    The spaceborne ESA-mission CHRIS-PROBA (Compact High Resolution Imaging Spectrometer-Project for On-board Autonomy) provides hyperspectral and multi-angular data of selected terrestrial targets (Barnsley et al. 2004). For vegetated surfaces, the spectral information content of CHRIS data may yield the biochemical and biophysical properties of a vegetation canopy, while the directional component may deliver additional information on its canopy structure. Here, the multi-angular CHRIS observations are investigated and related to surface structure using the parametric Rahman-Pinty-Verstraete (RPV) model. RPV parameters, in particular the Minnaert function parameter k, are able to quantify the anisotropy of surface reflectance, which in turn is sensitive to the structure and heterogeneity of the observed surface. Thus to investigate the potential of multi-angular high spatial resolution data for delivering quantitative surface structure information the retrieved values of the k parameter are compared with proxies derived from detailed LIDAR observations describing the 3-D canopy structure of the target site.

  • Document - Technical Note

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - Technical Note

    Reference Model for MERIS Level 2 Processing

    The specifications provided here define the parameters to be used to generate inherent optical properties for the ocean and atmosphere as a function of geophysical properties and wavelengths, which can be the basis upon which to generate test data and auxiliary parameters needed for operation and end-to-end tests of the MERIS ground segment processor (i.e., mostly to generate water-leaving reflectances or total reflectances at the top of the atmosphere level). Parameters have been selected from various measurements and models in water, surface and atmosphere.

  • Document - Technical Note

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - Technical Note

    Parameters to be used to generate inherent optical properties for the oceanic and atmospheric components

    The specifications provided in this document define the parameters to be used to generate inherent optical properties for the oceanic and atmospheric components as a function of geophysical properties and wavelengths, which can be the basis upon which to generate test data and auxiliary parameters needed for operation and end-to-end tests of the MERIS ground segment processor (i.e. mostly to generate water reflectances or total reflectances at top of the atmosphere level). Parameters have been selected from various measurements and models in water, surface and atmosphere. The underlying geo-physical models are the same as those of the MERIS geophysical algorithms, as described in the MERIS Algorithm Theoretical Basis Document (ATBD) PO-TN-MEL-GS-0005 (Iss. 4.1).

  • Document - General Reference

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - General Reference

    ESA Medium Resolution Imaging Spectrometer (MERIS) - International Journal of Remote Sensing Special Edition

    This International Journal of Remote Sensing Special Issue provides a unique compendium of information on the MERIS instrument, aboard Envisat, covering most of the scientific and technical aspects of this instrument and its mission. It is intended to give a complete overview and demonstrates the wide range of its capabilities.

  • Document - Product Readme Note

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - Product Readme Note

    Mapping of chlorophyll and suspended particulate matter maps from CHRIS imagery of the Oostende ---

    This article analyzes an image set created by CHRIS/PROBA.

  • Document - Product Readme Note

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - Product Readme Note

    Comparing Three Canopy Reflectance Models with Hyperspectral Multi-Angular Satellite Data

    This article appeared in the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS 2007. 404-407, Vol. XXXVI, part 7/C50) and in the proceedings of }10th International Symposium on Physical Measurements and Spectral Signatures in Remote Sensing} held on 12-14 March 2007 in Davos, Switzerland.

  • Document - General Reference

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - General Reference

    The PROBA-CHRIS Mission- A Low-Cost Smallsat for Hyperspectral, Multi-Angle, Observation of the ---

    This article gives a description of the CHRIS/PROBA mission.

  • Document - General Reference

    1 Mar 2019

    Document - General Reference

    The Compact High Resolution Imaging Spectrometer (CHRIS)- The Future of Hyperspectral Satellite ---

    This article gives a description of the CHRIS/PROBA system and compares it with an ocean colour satellite sensors and airborne spectrometers.