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《Journal of Lake Sciences》 2011-02
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Spatial variability and diffuse attenuation coefficient of remote sensing inversion in Lake Chaohu

JIN Xin1,LI Yunmei1,WANG Qiao2,LIU Zhonghua1,WANG Yanfei1,YIN Bin1,ZHANG Hong1,XU Yifan1,XU Xin1,ZHU Li2 & WU Chuanqing2(1:Key Laboratory of Virtual Geographic Environment of Education Ministry,Nanjing Normal University,Nanjing 210046,P.R.China)(2:Satellite Environment Application Center,Ministry of Environmental Protection,Beijing 100029,P.R.China)  
According to the in situ measured data on 32 sampling sites in Lake Chaohu in June 2009,the spectral characteristics of diffuse attenuation coefficient(Kd),dominant factors,spatial distribution,as well as the relationship between Kd and Kd(490) in 400700nm bands were analyzed.On the basis of these analysis,remote sensing inversion model was developed to calculate Kd(490).The results indicate that Kd presented the consistent spectral characteristics.The Kd in 400600nm showed a exponential decay trend,but Kd from 600nm to 700nm didn't correlate with wavelength.Due to the higher concentration of phytoplankton in some locations,peak values of Kd appeared at 675nm;but Kd showed a feature that was similar to that of pure water in 700900nm.The dominant factor of diffuse attenuation coefficient was inorganic particles in Lake Chaohu,organic particles took the second place,and CDOM held a minimal impact.In general,Kd(490) in the eastern part of the Lake Chaohu was higher than that in the western part.In the central part,the contour lines of Kd(490) were denser than those in other parts of the lake.Kd(490) was inversed by multivariate linear regression model established with Rrs(591),Rrs(702) and Rrs(842).And the average relative error between measured and inversed Kd(490) was 7.85%.At the same time,the relationship between Kd(λ,λ≠490nm) and Kd(490) could be parameterized with wavelength by linear formula in 400550nm.From 550nm to 700nm Kd(λ,λ≠490nm) was obtained from multiplying Kd(490) by a constant.The relative error between the observed Kd and the Kd(λ),which was calculated by Kd(490) by inversing of the Rrs,was 6.14%.
【Fund】: 国家水环境遥感技术体系研究与示范项目(2009ZX07527-006);; 国家自然科学基金项目“面向湖泊水色遥感的多源数据融合与生成研究”(40971215);; 南京师范大学优秀硕士论文培育计划(2010ss012)联合资助
【CateGory Index】: P333
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