SS43 Oral: Applications of New Satellite and Aircraft Sensors in Oceanography and Limnology
 
Tuesday, Feb. 2   Location: Sweeney #1
 
08:30 - 08:45am   SLOPE WATER CHLOROPHYLL BLOOMS OBSERVED WITH SEAWIFS - CAPE HATTERAS TO THE GULF OF MAINE
 
08:45 - 09:00am   PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT SPATIAL PATTERNS IN CHLOROPHYLL A AS REMOTELY SENSED BY CZCS, OCTS, AND SEAWIFS
 
09:00 - 09:15am   MODELING NITROGEN AND CARBON FIXATION OF TRICHODESMIUM: SHIPBOARD AND REMOTE SENSING APPLICATIONS
 
09:15 - 09:30am   SEASONAL CHANGES IN SEAWIFS DERIVED CHLOROPHYLL CONCENTRATION WITHIN OBJECTIVELY PRESCRIBED HYDROGRAPHIC PROVINCES IN THE GULF OF MAINE REGION
 
09:30 - 09:45am   SPATIAL PATTERNS IN ESTIMATED PHYTOPLANKTON BIOMASS ON GEORGES BANK COMPARED AMONGST A STEADY STATE N SUPPLY MODEL, SEAWIFS OBSERVATIONS OF OCEAN COLOR, AND ALONGTRACK FLUORESCENCE DATA
 
09:45 - 10:00am   PHOTOCHEMISTRY FROM SPACE: INTEGRATING FIELD DATA WITH THEORY
 
10:30 - 10:45am   MESOSCALE PATTERNS IN REMOTE SENSING DATA OF THE BRAZIL-MALVINAS CONFLUENCE REGION
 
10:45 - 11:00am   INTERANNUAL VARIATION IN N. PACIFIC SURFACE CHLOROPHYLL OBSERVED FROM OCTS AND SEAWIFS, 1996-98
 
11:00 - 11:15am   USING SATELLITES TO PREDICT FISHERIES SUCCESS IN EASTERN BOUNDARY CURRENT REGIONS
 
11:15 - 11:30am   BUILDING A SEASONAL TO DECADAL-SCALE TIME SERIES OF OCEAN COLOR DATA FOR THE CALIFORNIA CURRENT
 
11:30 - 11:45am   PHYSICAL CONTROL OF CHLOROPHYLL DISTRIBUTION PATTERNS IN THE ALBORAN SEA
 
11:45 - 12:00pm   OPTIMAL TUNING OF SEMI-ANALYTICAL OCEAN COLOR ALGORITHMS FOR THE GLOBAL OCEAN
 
12:00 - 12:15pm   MEASURING THE IMPACT OF COASTAL WATERSHEDS ON NEARSHORE WATERS OF CALIFORNIA WITH SEAWIFS DATA
 
12:15 - 12:30pm   REMOTELY SENSED PIGMENT ALGORITHMS IN THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA: A COMPARISONS BETWEEN OCEANIC AND COASTAL AREAS
 
02:00 - 02:15pm   APPLICATION OF A SEMI-ANALYTIC SEAWIFS ALGORITHM FOR CHLOROPHYLL-A AND GELBSTOFF
 
02:15 - 02:30pm   INTENSIVELY LEARNING OPTICAL OCEANOGRAPHY: THE EFFECT OF SUBSURFACE BUBBLES IN THE WAKES OF LARGE SHIPS ON REMOTE SENSING REFLECTANCE
 
02:30 - 02:45pm   A TIME SERIES OF HYPERSPECTRAL IMAGERY OF A FJORD ENVIRONMENT, EAST SOUND, ORCAS ISLAND, WASHINGTON
 
02:45 - 03:00pm   RIVERINE IMPACT ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF CHLOROPHYLL-A AND COLORED DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER (CDOM) IN THE NORTHEASTERN GULF OF MEXICO (NEGOM
 
03:30 - 03:45pm   GENERIC REMOTE SENSING ALGORITHMS FOR LAKES, RIVERS AND COASTAL WATERS: DO THEY EXIST?
 
03:45 - 04:00pm   SEAWIFS OBSERVATIONS OF COASTAL OCEAN EDDIES IN THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA BIGHT
 
04:00 - 04:15pm   EMPIRICAL AND MECHANISTIC APPROACHES TO UNDERSTANDING OCEAN COLOR VARIABILITY IN THE SANTA BARBARA CHANNEL
 
04:15 - 04:30pm   FINE RESOLUTION REMOTELY SENSED IMAGERY AS A FOUNDATION FOR RIPARIAN MONITORING IN PACIFIC NORTHWEST FORESTED LANDSCAPES
 
04:30 - 04:45pm   MEASUREMENT AND ANALYSIS OF CHLOROPHYLL DISTRIBUTIONS IN MONO LAKE WITH AIRBORNE IMAGING SPECTROMETRY
 

 SS43 Posters: Applications of New Satellite and Aircraft Sensors in Oceanography and Limnology
 
Tuesday, Feb. 2   Location: Sweeney
 
#0558   ASSESSING A KEY IMPLICIT ASSUMPTION IN OCEAN COLOR REMOTE SENSING ALGORITHMS: OPTICAL HOMOGENEITY.
 
#0522   REMOTE SENSING OF BIOLOGICAL-PHYSICAL COUPLING IN THE EQUATORIAL PACIFIC
 
#1029   SHIP BOARD MEASUREMENTS OF IN-WATER PROPERTIES AND REMOTE SENSING REFLECTANCE FOR AIRCRAFT SENSOR VALIDATION IN EAST SOUND, ORCAS ISLAND, WASHINGTON
 
#0886   THE EL NINO ADVANTAGE: BIO-OPTICAL VARIABILITY IN CENTRAL CALIFORNIA OBSERVED IN THE ABSENCE OF A STRONG UPWELLING SIGNAL
 
#0488   EFFECTS OF NON-LAMBERTIAN BOTTOM BOUNDARIES ON UPWELLING RADIANCES
 
#1155   SEAWIFS ALGORITHMS FOR APPLICATION TO TURBID COASTAL WATERS OF THE US SOUTHEAST AND GULF OF MEXICO.
 
#0108   ORTHOGONAL VIEWS OF THE GLOBAL OCEAN BIOSPHERE USING SEAWIFS
 
#1048   AQUATIC IMAGING SPECTROSCOPY ISSUES: NRL PHILLS SENSOR CALIBRATION USING A COASTAL TREE-SHADOW METHOD
 
#0386   LARGE-SCALE DUST PLUMES AS SEEN FROM SATELLITE
 
#0383   CHARACTERIZING SATELLITE-DERIVED AEROSOL OPTICAL THICKNESSES IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC WITH GROUND-TRUTH AEROSOL CONCENTRATIONS
 
#0962   REMOTE SENSING OF GREAT LAKES WATER QUALITY USING SEAWIFS (SEA-VIEWING WIDE FIELD-OF-VIEW SENSOR) IMAGERY. AUTHORS D.S. WARRINGTON, J.WELLS BUDD, R.P. STUMPF
 
#0295   WIND STRESS AND SATELLITE CHLOROPHYLL DISTRIBUTIONS WITHIN THE NORTH ATLANTIC BASIN.