A Multi-Sensor Approach to Coastal Characterization
Charles M. Bachmann, Andrei Abelev, William Philpot, C. Reid Nichols, Geoff Smith, Dan Korwan, Joan Gardner, Mark Sletten, Joseph A. Musser, Robert A. Fusina, Michael Vermillion, Christopher E. Parrish, Rong-Rong Li, Jon Sellars, Stephen White, Elena van Roggen, and Katarina Doctor
Charles M. Bachmann, Andrei Abelev, William Philpot, Geoff Smith, Dan Korwan, Joan Gardner, Mark Sletten, Robert A. Fusina, Michael Vermillion, Rong-Rong Li, Katarina Doctor
US Naval Research Laboratory, United States
C. Reid Nichols, Elena van Roggen
Marine Information Resources Corporation, United States
Joseph A. Musser
Stephen F. Austin State University, United States
Christopher E. Parrish, Jon Sellars, Stephen White
NOAA NGS, United States
C. M. Bachmann, A. Abelev, W. Philpot, C. R. Nichols, G. Smith, D. Korwan, J. Gardner, M. Sletten, J. A. Musser, R. A. Fusina, M. Vermillion, C. E. Parrish, R. Li, J. Sellars, S. White, E. van Roggen, and K. Doctor, "A Multi-Sensor Approach to Coastal Characterization,"
in Imaging and Applied Optics Technical Papers,
OSA Technical Digest (online)
(Optical Society of America, 2012), paper RTu1E.1.
Our multi-sensor experiments are focused on coastal characterization from hyperspectral, thermal, LiDAR, and SAR. Cal/val activities include new instrumentation such as a field portable hyperspectral goniometer.