The Arctic Marine Oilspill Program (AMOP) remote sensing study
R. A. Neville, Canada. Environmental Emergency Branch, Vince Thomson, Canada. Environmental Protection Service, Canada. Environmental Impact Control Directorate
The Service, 1983 - Science - 257 pages
The Arctic Marine Oilspill Program (AMOP) remote sensing project was undertaken in order to evaluate the capability of state-of-the-art sensors to detect oil in ice-infested waters. This report outlines the experiment plan for, and results obtained from, four remote sensing missions (Montreal Island, Scott Inlet, Wallops Island, and the ship KURDISTAN, involving 12 different sensors, in Arctic Canada.
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THE AMOP REMOTE SENSING PROJECT
PERPENDICULAR COMPONENT SPECTRAL RADIANCE
FRAUNHOFER LINE DISCRIMINATION
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airborne aircraft altitude AMOP remote sensing apparent temperature appears Appendix Arctic backscatter band brightness temperature C-GRSA Flight Line C-GRSA Sortie CCRS channel line scanner Clyde River colour enhanced images component contrast Convair 580 CSFR DCLS detection of oil detector display dual channel line emissivity emittance filter flown fluorescence Fluorosensor response imagery incidence angles KURDISTAN OIL SPILL Laser Fluorosensor Line 22 Line 9 LLLTV look angle LOW-LIGHT-LEVEL TELEVISION microwave scatterometer Murban crude oil NAVIGATION TRACK November oil detection oil film oil layer oil on ice oil on water oil slick Oil Spill C-GRSA oil-in-ice operational PHOTOGRAPH POLAR STEREOGRAPHIC radar radiation Raman scattered range region remote sensing result Rhodamine Rosa crude oil scattered scatterometer Scott Inlet sensors SLAR solar SORTIE 9 OIL SPECTRAL RADIANCE Spill C-GRSA Flight surface reflected target test oil spills thermal thickness ultraviolet visible volume reflected Wallops Island WALLOPS OIL SPILL wavelength