AGENDA » TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9

07:30–18:00

REGISTRATION AND HELP DESK

 

08:30–10:30

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ORAL SESSION 3

08:30–08:50
RETHINKING APPROACHES FOR INFORMATION RETRIEVAL FROM OCEAN COLOUR
Susanne Craig, Erdem Karaköylü

08:50–09:10
MULTI-BAND ATMOSPHERIC CORRECTION (MBAC) ALGORITHM WITH ERROR PROPAGATION FOR OCEAN COLOR RETRIEVALS
Amir Ibrahim, Bryan Franz, Ziauddin Ahmad, Kirk Knobelspiesse, Sean Bailey, Jeremy Werdell

09:10–09:30
IMPROVING THE ATMOSPHERIC CORRECTION OF OLCI OVER TURBID WATERS BY USING THE SWIR BAND AND A NEW BASELINE RESIDUAL TECHNIQUE
Juan Ignacio Gossn, Kevin Ruddick, Ana Dogliotti, Ana Delgado

09:30–09:50
EFFECTS OF EARTH CURVATURE ON ATMOSPHERIC CORRECTION FOR OCEAN COLOR REMOTE SENSING
Xianqiang He

09:50–10:10
ADJACENCY EFFECTS IN COASTAL WATERS
Barbara Bulgarelli, Giuseppe Zibordi, Frederic Melin

10:10–10:30
AN ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK FOR CALCULATING UNCERTAINTY IN NASA OCEAN COLOR OBSERVATIONS
Lachlan McKinna
, Ivona Cetinić, Alison Chase, Jeremy Werdell

 

10:30–12:30

POSTER SESSION 2

Poster Area 1: Posters 1–136
Poster Area 2: Posters 137–290
Beverages are available in both areas

 

12:30–14:00

LUNCH

 

14:00–14:40

PLENARY 2

EXPLORING A NEW ANALYTICAL RELATIONSHIP FOR OCEAN COLOR
Michael Twardowski, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute

 

14:40–15:40

ORAL SESSION 4

14:40–15:00
PERSISTENT UV REFLECTANCE PEAKS IN THE GULF OF MAINE OBSERVED USING ABOVE-WATER, HYPERSPECTRAL RADIOMETRY: NEW OBSERVATIONS FROM THE GULF OF MAINE NORTH ATLANTIC TIME SERIES (GNATS)
William Balch, David Drapeau, Bruce Bowler, Catherine Mitchell

15:00–15:20
AUTONOMOUS SHIPBORNE IN SITU REFLECTANCE DATA IN OPTICALLY COMPLEX COASTAL WATERS FOR VALIDATION OF SENTINEL-3 IMAGERY: A CASE STUDY OF THE SALISH SEA, CANADA
Ziwei Wang, Maycira Costa, Fernanda Giannini

15:20–15:40
LAGRANGIAN BIO-OPTICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF A MESOSCALE DIPOLE IN THE NORTH PACIFIC SUBTROPICAL GYRE
Benedetto Barone, David Karl

 

15:40–16:20

COFFEE BREAK (Beverages are available in Poster Areas 1 and 2)

 

16:20–17:40

ORAL SESSION 5

16:20–16:40
SEASONAL EVOLUTION OF LIGHT TRANSMISSION THROUGH ARCTIC SUMMER SEA ICE
Christian Katlein, Stefan Arndt, H. Jakob Belter, Marcel Nicolaus

16:40–17:00
EFFECT OF LIGHT ON THE CHLOROPHYLL-TO-CARBON RATIO IN NATURAL POPULATIONS OF PHYTOPLANKTON
Shubha Sathyendranath, Trevor Platt, Žarko Kovač, Thomas Jackson, James Dingle, Peter Franks, Emilio Marañon

17:00–17:20
OPTICAL INVERSIONS USING GLIDERS: METHOD DEVELOPMENT, VALIDATION AND APPLICATION WITHIN THE GULF OF MAINE
Catherine Mitchell, Bruce Bowler, David Drapeau, Howard Gordon, William Balch

17:20–17:40
MAPPING IN SITU CHLOROPHYLL VARIABLE FLUORESCENCE USING AUTONOMOUS UNDERWATER GLIDERS
Filipa Carvalho, Maxim Gorbunov, Oscar Schofield, Matthew Oliver, Josh Kohut, David Aragon, Christina Haskins

 

19:00

ART EXHIBIT RECEPTION AT DUBROVNIK AQUARIUM

Join your colleagues for an evening of art and science in the historical center of Dubrovnik, St. John’s Fortress, at the aquarium of the Institute of Coastal and Marine Research. There, after passing through the stupendous atrium, one enters the fascinating underwater world of silence and tranquil atmosphere. The sea animals include eels, starfish, scorpion fish, seahorses and many more. Kind and well instructed staff will be at your disposal and assistance all the time, welcoming you in this unique sea aquarium and the beautiful city of Dubrovnik. Enjoy the old Dubrovnik history, architecture, aquarium, science and art. Entrance to the whole aquarium is free for all attendees and refreshments will be provided.

 

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