Detailed validation of the bidirectional effect in various case i and case Ii waters

Arthur C.R. Gleason, Kenneth J. Voss, Howard R. Gordon, Michael Twardowski, James Sullivan, Charles Trees, Alan Weidemann, Jean François Berthon, Dennis Clark, Zhong Ping Lee

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Abstract

Simulated bidirectional reflectance distribution functions (BRDF) were compared with measurements made just beneath the water's surface. In Case I water, the set of simulations that varied the particle scattering phase function depending on chlorophyll concentration agreed more closely with the data than other models. In Case II water, however, the simulations using fixed phase functions agreed well with the data and were nearly indistinguishable from each other, on average. The results suggest that BRDF corrections in Case II water are feasible using single, average, particle scattering phase functions, but that the existing approach using variable particle scattering phase functions is still warranted in Case I water.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)7630-7645
Number of pages16
JournalOptics Express
Volume20
Issue number7
DOIs
StatePublished - Mar 26 2012

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  • Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Optics

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    Gleason, A. C. R., Voss, K. J., Gordon, H. R., Twardowski, M., Sullivan, J., Trees, C., Weidemann, A., Berthon, J. F., Clark, D., & Lee, Z. P. (2012). Detailed validation of the bidirectional effect in various case i and case Ii waters. Optics Express, 20(7), 7630-7645. https://doi.org/10.1364/OE.20.007630