Abstract

Atmospheric correction is the process of removing the contribution of unwanted atmospheric signal from the total signal recorded by a satellite or airborne sensor in order to retrieve the desired water-leaving signal. This study focuses on atmospheric correction of airborne AVIRIS-NG data and estimation of Chlorophyll-a in inland water bodies with implications for water quality monitoring and assessment.

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