Sources of Ocean Satellite Images & Data. Ricardo Letelier & Jasmine Nahorniak. Sources of Data & Images Used by Workshop Attendees results of the pre-workshop survey. More Sources of Images.
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Sources of Ocean Satellite Images & Data
Ricardo Letelier & Jasmine Nahorniak
Sources of Data & Images Used by Workshop Attendeesresults of the pre-workshop survey
More Sources of Images
Disclaimer: The purpose of this list is to provide an overview of the current providers of fisheries satellite imagery. This list is likely incomplete and may not be up-to-date. No endorsement is intended.
Terrafin Satellite Imaging (California, www.terrafin.com)
Hilton’s Fishing Charts, LLC (Texas, www.realtime-navigator.com)
ROFFS™ (Florida, www.roffs.com)
SeaView(Ocean Imaging, California, www.seaviewfishing.com )
CoastWatch(California, coastwatch.noaa.gov )
NANOOS Visualization System (nvs.nanoos.org )
Colorado Center for Astrophysical Research
Satellite Data Generally Used in Images for Fisheries
SSTNOAA 15 – 181.1 km resolutioninfraredtotal of 4-12 images per day
Chlorophyll & True Color MODIS-AQUA, MODIS-TERRA, VIRRS
1-2 images per dayTrue ColorMODIS-AQUA, MODIS-TERRA
1-2 images per day
Other Data Used
- Wave data
oil rig reports
Questions to Address:
Front Detection and Persistence Analysis
Kirchers et al.
River Plume Detection and Sea Surface Salinity proxy
From: Palacios et al. (2009)
Spectral signatures as a tracking tool
From: Sackmann & Perry (2009)