Inversion of Aerosol Optical Depth Based on the CCD and IRS Sensors on the HJ-1 Satellites
AbstractTo perform a high-resolution aerosol optical depth (AOD) inversion from the HJ-1 satellites, a dark pixel algorithm utilizing the HJ-1 satellite data was developed based on the Moderate-Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) algorithm. By analyzing the relationship between the apparent reflectance from the 1.65 μm and 2.1 μm channels of MODIS, a method for estimating albedo using the 1.65 μm channel data of the HJ-1 satellites was established, and a high-resolution AOD inversion in the Chengdu region based on the HJ-1 satellite was completed. A comparison of the inversion results with CE318 measured data produced a correlation of 0.957, respectively, with an absolute error of 0.106. An analysis of the AOD inversion results from different aerosol models showed that the rural aerosol model was suitable as a general model for establishing an aerosol inversion look-up table for the Chengdu region. View Full-Text
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Zhang, Y.; Liu, Z.; Wang, Y.; Ye, Z.; Leng, L. Inversion of Aerosol Optical Depth Based on the CCD and IRS Sensors on the HJ-1 Satellites. Remote Sens. 2014, 6, 8760-8778.
Zhang Y, Liu Z, Wang Y, Ye Z, Leng L. Inversion of Aerosol Optical Depth Based on the CCD and IRS Sensors on the HJ-1 Satellites. Remote Sensing. 2014; 6(9):8760-8778.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zhang, Yang; Liu, Zhihong; Wang, Yongqian; Ye, Zhixiang; Leng, Lu. 2014. "Inversion of Aerosol Optical Depth Based on the CCD and IRS Sensors on the HJ-1 Satellites." Remote Sens. 6, no. 9: 8760-8778.