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Bio-optical model of chromatic dissolved organic matter in lake TaiHu, China - art. no. 64061B
Yang, DT; Chen, WM; Mao, ZH
2006
Source PublicationRemote Sensing of the Marine Environment
ISSN0277-786X
Volume6406Pages:B4061-B4061
AbstractIn this paper, the light attenuation, fluorescence and absorbance of DOM in Lake TaiHu was mainly studied from July 2001 to December 2002. Results showed that DOM mainly contributed to the attenuation at the ultraviolet, and the best correlation coefficient was at 355 nm. The absorption of DOM could be well described by the exponential decay model. The slope value S, retrieved from absorbance of 350 nm and 440 nm, was 0.0046 nm(-1)(SD=0.0015,n=284), far less than the published 0.014 nm(-1). The absorbance at 350 nm (a(350)) well correlated with DOM concentration (R-2=0.673, n=284), and also linearly correlated with fluorescence at 430 nm (R-2=0.497, n=214). The relationship between DOM concentration and fluorescence intensity was also regressed, and showed that it was polynomial.
DepartmentChinese Acad Sci, LED, S China Sea Inst Oceanog, Guangzhou 510301, Peoples R China
KeywordBio-optical Model Chromatic Dissolved Organic Matter Fluorescence Lake Taihu
Subject AreaOptics
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Indexed Bysci
Funding ProjectLED
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.scsio.ac.cn/handle/344004/5733
Collection热带海洋环境国家重点实验室(LTO)
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Yang, DT,Chen, WM,Mao, ZH. Bio-optical model of chromatic dissolved organic matter in lake TaiHu, China - art. no. 64061B[J]. Remote Sensing of the Marine Environment,2006,6406:B4061-B4061.
APA Yang, DT,Chen, WM,&Mao, ZH.(2006).Bio-optical model of chromatic dissolved organic matter in lake TaiHu, China - art. no. 64061B.Remote Sensing of the Marine Environment,6406,B4061-B4061.
MLA Yang, DT,et al."Bio-optical model of chromatic dissolved organic matter in lake TaiHu, China - art. no. 64061B".Remote Sensing of the Marine Environment 6406(2006):B4061-B4061.
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