Overview of SeaDAS 8.4.1 for the Processing, Analysis, and Visualization of Optical Remote Sensing Data for Water Quality Monitoring

Start Date:
Feb. 13, 2024
End Date:
Feb. 13, 2024
This two-hour training will provide an overview and demonstration of the latest version of SeaDAS 8.4.1, which is useful for remote sensing of water quality monitoring. SeaDAS can also be used to apply atmospheric correction and obtain remote sensing reflectance at the water surface level. This training will also serve as a prerequisite for future ARSET training on remote sensing of water quality.
Targeted Audience:
Local, state, and federal water quality managers, fisheries advisors, aquaculture managers, freshwater and coastal ecosystems managers, and academic researchers working on remote sensing of water quality.
Expected Outcomes:
By the end of this training attendees will be able to: Identify expanded sensor data processing capability of the latest version of SeaDAS for sensors such as OLCI and MSI; Use SeaDAS tools to analyze and visualize a water quality parameter, such as chlorophyll-a concentration, from Sentinel-3 OLCI for a given water body; Improve awareness of the plans for incorporating future PACE (Plankton, Aerosol, Cloud ocean Ecosystem) data processing into SeaDAS.
NASA Applied Sciences
NASA Applied Sciences
Application Deadline:
Feb. 13, 2024
NASA ARSET: Fundamentals of Remote Sensing
Contact Name:
Sarah Cutshall
Contact Email:
Thematic Area:
Water Resources
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