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by clays_bio
Wed Mar 03, 2021 9:09 am America/New_York
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Question: chlor_a Hu color index wavebands and coefficients
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Re: chlor_a Hu color index wavebands and coefficients

Awesome! I think that answers all my questions about it. In the future it would be good to have this info available on the chlor_a description page (formula for the conversion of the color index to chlorophyll and the current coefficients in use, the blending formula, and the link to the conv_rrs_to...
by clays_bio
Tue Mar 02, 2021 7:04 am America/New_York
Forum: All Questions/Comments
Question: chlor_a Hu color index wavebands and coefficients
Replies: 5

Re: chlor_a Hu color index wavebands and coefficients

Thanks for your help! That clears up my question about the coefficients, but I'm still a little unclear about the non-SeaWiFS wavebands used in the algorithm: The chlor_a description page says the algorithm uses the instrument-specific wavebands closest to 443, 555, and 670... so for MODIS this shou...
by clays_bio
Thu Feb 25, 2021 6:49 pm America/New_York
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Question: chlor_a Hu color index wavebands and coefficients
Replies: 5

chlor_a Hu color index wavebands and coefficients

Hi everyone!I'm trying to figure out how to implement NASA's chlor_a algorithm in R for MODIS-Aqua, SeaWiFS, and VIIRS-SNPP. The OCx part of it has been no problem, but I'm having trouble finding which wavebands and coefficients to use for the Hu color index algorithm. I've been look...
by clays_bio
Tue Oct 16, 2018 11:24 am America/New_York
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Question: O'Reilly band ratio - Finding best coefficients with iterative minimization routines?
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O'Reilly band ratio - Finding best coefficients with iterative minimization routines?

Hello,I'm trying to assess the performance of the ocean colour band ratio algorithms for a couple different regions and sensors, and finding new optimal coefficients for different polynomial degrees using R. I started out simply using the lm() function to find the least squares polynomial throug...