Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2122/1957
AuthorsCavalli, R. M.* 
Pignatti, S.* 
Zappitelli, E.* 
TitleCorrection of sun glint effect on MIVIS data of the Sicily campaign in July 2000
Issue DateFeb-2006
Series/Report no.49/1
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/2122/1957
KeywordsMIVIS
water leaving radiance
sun glint
path radiance
probability density function
Subject Classification05. General::05.09. Miscellaneous::05.09.99. General or miscellaneous 
AbstractTo assess the suspended and dissolved matter in water in the visible and near infrared spectral regions it is necessary to estimate with adequate accuracy the water leaving radiance. Consequently radiance measured by a remote sensor has to be corrected from the atmospheric and the sea surface effects consisting in the path radiance and the sun and sky glitter radiance contributions. This paper describes the application of the sun glint correction scheme on to airborne hyperspectral MIVIS measurements acquired on the area of the Straits of Messina during the campaign in July 2000. In the Messina case study data have been corrected for the atmospheric effects and for the sun-glitter contribution evaluated following the method proposed by Cox and Munk (1954, 1956). Comparison between glitter contaminated and glitter free data has been made taking into account the radiance profiles relevant to selected scan lines and the spectra of different pixels belonging to the same scan line and located out and inside the sun glitter area. The results show that spectra after correction have the same profile as the contaminated ones, although, at this stage, free glint data have not yet been used in water constituent retrieval and consequently the reliability of such correction cannot be completely evaluated.
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