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HICO Projects

Maria Adamo
Italian National Research Council
Italy
Using HICO data for the preparation of the incoming Italian satellite hyperspectral mission PRISMA
view textproposal view text2012 AR
Enner Herenio de Alcântara
Sau Paulo State University
Brazil
Hyperspectral remote sensing of water quality in hydroelectric reservoirs in Sao Paulo State (Brazil)
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Adem Ali
College of Charleston
USA
Evaluating color producing agents and assessing algal bloom dynamics in the coastal waters of South Carolina, USA, using hyperspectal data
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Roy A. Armstrong
University of Puerto Rico
USA
Hyperspectral remote sensing of water quality indicators following episodic rainfall events in southwestern Puerto Rico
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Mohamad Awad
National Council for Scientific Research
Lebanon

HICO use in natural resources and coastal water chlorophyll-a monitoring
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Martin Bachmann
German Aerospace Center
Germany
Using HICO data for the preparation of the future satellite mission EnMAP
view textproposal view text2012 AR
Claudio Clemente Faria Barbosa
National Institute for Space Research,
Brazil

HICO for optical active constituents retrieval applied to Amazon floodplain lakes
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Stewart Bernard
Council for Scientific and Industrial Research
South Africa

Use of HICO in the Southern Benguela: Saldanha Bay case study
view text2014 AR
Caren Binding
Environment Canada
Canada
Exploring the potential for harmful algal bloom species discrimination using HICO hyperspectral imaging
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James Bramich
University of Tasmania
Australia
Evaluation of chlorophyll a retrieval algorithms in Tasmanian coastal waters with a view to the detection and monitoring of harmful algal blooms
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Michael Burch
Australian Water Quality Center
Australia

Tsair-Fuh Lin
National Cheng Kung University
Taiwan

Enhanced water management through advanced monitoring of Adelaide's coastal waters, South Australia
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Sylvain Capo
Telespazio
France

Ocean water quality and nearshore monitoring of the French Basque coastal area
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Shui-sen Chen
Guangzhou Institute of Geography
China
HICO-based water transparency Mapping in the Pearl River Estuary (PRE) of South China
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Mapping the bathymetry and seafloor by HICO along the south-west coast of the Leizhou Peninsula in South China
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Hyun Jung Cho
Bethune-Cookman University
USA
1. Model to separate water column chlorophyll and benthic vegetation signals from HICO data
view textproposal view text2014 AR
2. HICO acquisition for early detection and monitoring algal blooms in Indian River Lagoon
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Padmanava Dash
Jackson State University
USA
Detection and mapping of Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) using HICO data in four large inland lakes in Mississippi and the Grand Bay, MS-AL Gulf Coast
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Curtiss O. Davis
Oregon State University
USA
Hyperspectral imaging of river systems
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Ana Dogliotti
Pabellon IAFE-Ciudad Universitaria
- Buenos Aires
Argentina
Monitoring highly turbid waters using HICO: La Plata and Le Gironde estuaries
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Nguyen Ba Duy
Hanoi University of Mining and Geology
Vietnam
Evaluating water quality monitoring using HICO imagery in the coastal zones of Vietnam
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Bill Farrand
Space Science Institute
USA

funded by CASIS
Hyperspectral mapping of iron-bearing minerals associated with dry and ephemeral lakes
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Karen Fisher Favret
University of Montreal

Canada
Using spatial coherence in HICO data to characterize turbidity events and develop water transparency parameterizations for remote areas with highly variable turbidity
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Peter Fearns
Curtin University

Australia
Determining inherent optical properties, bathymetry and benthic types using HICO imagery within northeast and western Australia
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Francesca Garfagnoli
University of Firenze

Italy
Study and monitoring of water quality and oil pollution of coastal areas through HICO images
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Joaquim Goes
Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory
USA
1. Amazon influence on the Atlantic: Carbon export from Nitrogen fixation by diatom symbioses (ANACONDAS)
2. Characterization of large and unusual Noctiluca blooms in the northern Arabian Sea and their role in carbon cycling during the winter monsoon
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Pedro Gómez-Giráldez
Agricultural and Fisheries Research
and Training Institute
Spain

Monitoring pasture quality and production in oak savannah systems within LIFE Biodehesa Project
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James Goodman
HySpeed Computing, LLC
USA

funded by CASIS
An enterprise architecture for transferring remote sensing algorithms from research to operations - hyperspectral applications in the littoral zone
view textproposal view text2014 AR view textweb prototype
K. Fred Huemmrich
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
USA

funded by CASIS
Hyperspectral remote sensing of terrestrial ecosystem carbon fluxes
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Arife Tugsan Isiacik Colak
Istanbul Technical University
Turkey
Hyperspectral remote sensing of coastal water quality for Istanbul Strait and Marmara Sea in Turkey
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Mati Kahru
University of California, San Diego
USA
HICO data in support of ecological studies in the California Current
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Muhittin Karaman
Istanbul Technical University
Turkey
Determination of submerged microbial mat area, hydrogeochemical and water quality parameters by using hyperspectral data: A case study: Lake Acigol, (Denizli), Turkey
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Raphael Kudela
University of California, Santa Cruz

USA
Utilization of HICO in the California Current System for assessing high biomass bloom events and net primary production
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Teodosio Lacava
Italian National Research Council

Italy
Using HICO data for Ionian coastal waters (Southern Italy) investigation from space: CAL/VAL and model assessment activities
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Olga Lavrova
Russian Academy of Sciences
Russia
Study of submesoscale water dynamics in coastal zones of the Black, Azov and Caspian Seas
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Antonio Mannino
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

USA
Spatial and temporal resolution requirements for GEO-CAPE to capture the dispersion of suspended sediments and CDOM within river plumes and continental margins
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Sam McClatchie
NOAA Fisheries
USA
Are island wakes hotspots for juvenile fishes in the Southern California Bight?
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Audrey Minghelli-Roman
University of Toulon
France
Fusion of data provided by different sensors for water quality monitoring on coastal zones, application to south-eastern coast of France
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Mark Moline
University of Delaware
USA
Resolving complex flows in the reef/island environment of the Republic of Palau
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Jose Moreno
University of Valencia

Spain
Use of HICO data to study the water quality of coastal and inland water bodies
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Wesley Moses
NRL
USA

Estimation of chlorophyll-a concentration using HICO data
view text2014 AR
Colleen Mouw
University of Wisconsin-Madison

USA
Optical variability and remote sensing of inland lakes across the state of Wisconsin
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Mauricio Noernberg
Federal University of Paraná

Brazil
Hyperspectral remote sensing of water quality in Paranaguá Bay, southern Brazil
view textproposal view text2012 AR
Leif Olmanson
University of Minnesota
USA
Use of HICO imagery for regional monitoring of the biogeochemical conditions of inland lakes
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Joseph Ortiz
Kent State University
USA
Characterization of chlorophyll a and analysis of pigment assemblages in Case II waters from Lake Erie using derivative hyperspectral data
view text2012 AR
Brian Penn
NEON, Inc.
USA
funded by CASIS
International Space Station (ISS) hyperspectral collection support for the National Ecological Observation Network (NEON)
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Thomas Powell
University of California, Berkeley

USA
Coupling terrestrial ecosystems and watershed hydrology to coastal ocean productivity
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Sei-Ichi Saitoh
Hokkaido University

Japan
Identification of diatoms in coastal waters using HICO imagery within the southern part of Hokkaido, Japan
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Suhyb Salama
University of Twente
The Netherlands
Monitoring of wetlands in the Nile Delta
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Raymond Sambrotto
Columbia University
USA
The analysis of storm impacts on the Hudson estuary and coastal New York Bight
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Blake Schaeffer
US EPA

USA
Transformational approach to monitoring water quality sustainability of coastal ecosystems from satellite remote sensing
view textproposal view text2014 AR
John Schalles
Creighton University

USA
HICO imagery for geospatial analysis of organic carbon, phytoplankton, and tidal wetlands of the Georgia Coast & SAB
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P. Shanmugam
Indian Institute of Technology Madras
India
A hyperspectral atmospheric correction algorithm to retrieve water-leaving radiance signal from HICO data
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R. Shuchman
Michigan Tech Research Institute
USA

funded by CASIS
Utilization of HICO data for Great Lakes water quality investigation
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Evangelos Spyrakos
University of Stirling

United Kingdom
Assessment and application of HICO data for the study and monitoring of lakes
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view text2014 AR
Jose Stech
National Institute for Space Research
Brazil
Use of HICO imagery for monitoring water's biogeochemical constituents of an aquaculture area in a tropical reservoir
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Lihong Su
Texas A&M University
USA
Quantifying seagrass species and growing status by using HICO hyperspectral data
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Nathan Torbick
Applied Geosolutions
USA

Mapping inland lake water quality to support eco-epidemiological modeling of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) risk factors
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Roberto Venegas
NOAA
USA
Using HICO to derive coastal products at US affiliated Pacific Islands Region: Bathymetry, benthic features, and turbidity
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Cara Wilson
NOAA
USA

Hyperspectral imaging of Peninsula Valdes, Argentina with HICO
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Qianguo Xing
Chinese Academy of Sciences

China
Utility of HICO imagery in monitoring coastal waters with high sediment contents
view textproposal view text2012 AR
Richard Zimmerman
Old Dominion University
USA
Impacts of seagrasses and ocean acidification on carbon cycling and sequestration at Dongsha National Marine Park, Republic of China (Taiwan)
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