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学科主题: Spectroscopy
题名: Decomposing Total Suspended Particle Absorption Based on the Spectral Correlation Relationship
作者: Wang, GF ; Cao, WX ; Yang, DT ; Zhao, J
通讯作者: guifenwang@scsio.ac.cn ; wxcao@scsio.ac.cn
关键词: Spectral correlation relationship ; Suspended particles ; Absorption spectra decomposition ; Northern South China Sea
刊名: SPECTROSCOPY AND SPECTRAL ANALYSIS
发表日期: 2009
卷: 29, 期:1, 页:201-206
收录类别: sci
部门归属: [Wang Gui-feng; Cao Wen-xi; Yang Ding-tian; Zhao Jun] Chinese Acad Sci, S China Sea Inst Oceanol, LED Lab, Guangzhou 510301, Guangdong, Peoples R China; [Wang Gui-feng; Zhao Jun] Chinese Acad Sci, Grad Sch, Beijing 100039, Peoples R China
项目归属: LED
摘要: A model for estimating the contributions of phytoplankton and nonalgal particles to the total particulate absorption coefficient was developed based on their separate spectral relationships, and a constrained nonlinear optimization code was used to realize the spectral decomposition. The spectral absorption of total particulate matter including phytoplankton and nonalgal particles was measured using the filter-pad method during two cruises in autumn in Northern South China Sea. Using the dataset collected in 2004, the spectral relationships of particle absorption coefficients were examined and the results showed that the phytoplankton absorption coefficients at various wavebands could be well expressed by a(ph) (443) as the second-order quadratic equations; and the nonalgal particle absorption (a(NAP) (lambda))) could be successfully modeled with the simple exponential function. Based on these spectral relationships, we developed this partition model. The model was tested using the independently measured absorption by phytoplankton and nonalgal materials which were obtained in 2005 from the same area. The test results showed that the computed spectral absorption coefficients of phytoplankton and nonalgal particles were consistent with in situ measurement. Good correlations were found between the computed phytoplankton absorption coefficient and the measured value, with the determination coefficients (r(2)) being higher than 0.97 and slopes being around 1.0; and the RMSE values could be controlled within 17% over the main absorption wavebands such as 443, 490 and 683 nm. Compared with the other two existing models from Bricaud et al. and Oubelkheir et al., this method shows many advantages for local applications. Moreover, this model does not need any information about pigment concentrations and the selected spectral bands are consistent with the ocean color satellite sensor. This method could also be used in the total absorption coefficient decomposition which provides much insight into the phytoplankton absorption retrieval from in situ measurement and ocean color remote sensing data.
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URI标识: http://ir.scsio.ac.cn/handle/344004/6159
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Wang, GF; Cao, WX; Yang, DT; Zhao, J.Decomposing Total Suspended Particle Absorption Based on the Spectral Correlation Relationship,SPECTROSCOPY AND SPECTRAL ANALYSIS,2009,29(1):201-206
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