PV-LAC-COAST:
Proba-V New Coastal Products

   
Minimize Project Documents

The following documents will be provided within this project.

  • Requirements Baseline Document: providing the Project Baseline for the Proba-V New Coastal Products. The document includes also a critical review of the algorithms for TSM retrieval and atmospheric correction in turbid coastal waters. The validation approach is in addition reported.
     

Algorithm Theoretical Baseline Document (ATBD)

The information provided in this section is applicable to different algorithms for TSM or Turbidity retrieval from PROBA-V data The algorithms have been developed within the framework of the PV-LAC COAST project.

 

Scientific Roadmap (SR)

The Roadmap document discusses a number of elements that relate to the future of the coastal products based on the PROBA-V 100m data.

 

Validation Report (VR)

Validation Report for the PV-LAC coastal activities.

Minimize Outreach Publications

The following section addresses the list of publications related to the PV-LAC ATMO as well as participation in international conferences:

 

Minimize Literature
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