SAV_Plymouth_Bay

Experiment:SAV_Plymouth_Bay
PIs*: Dierssen, Heidi
Start Time:2010-09-15 16:45:00
End Time:2010-09-16 15:29:00
North:42.007
South:41.714
East:-70.614
West:-70.692
Data Types: pigment
Parameters: allo alpha-beta-car but-fuco chl_a chl_b chl_c1c2 chl_c3 chlide_a diadino diato dp dv_chl_a dv_chl_b fuco gyro hex-fuco lut mpf neo npf perid phide_a phytin_a ppc ppc_tcar ppc_tpg ppf pras psc psc_tcar psp psp_tpg tacc tacc_tchla tcar tchl tchl_tcar tchla_tpg tot_chl_a tot_chl_b tot_chl_c tpg viola zea
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DOI

10.5067/SeaBASS/SAV_PLYMOUTH_BAY/DATA001

Description

The Compact Hydrographic Airborne Rapid Total Survey (CHARTS) is jointly operated and maintained by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Naval Oceanographic Office. This system was flown by JALBTCX over Buttermilk and Plymouth Bays in Massacheusetts, USA during Sept. 2010 to study Submersed aquatic vegetation species discrimination using an airborne hyperspectral/lidar system. A large, collaborative ground truth sampling campaign was undertaken. Components included bathymetric surveys, laboratory and diver reflectivity measurements of sediment and SAV, camera and diver SAV surveys, water column IOPs, and pigment sampling.

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