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Remote Sens., Volume 12, Issue 13 (July-1 2020) – 107 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Monitoring of coastal areas through the analysis of hyperspectral remote sensing data is an [...] Read more. Monitoring of coastal areas through the analysis of hyperspectral remote sensing data is an important issue addressed in this work. The composition of the seabed is investigated by means of advanced unmixing methods. A subsurface mixing model describing the adjacency effects in the water column is proposed and an adapted unmixing method is developed, enabling the estimation of both spectra and abundances of pure seabed constituents. Real data from the island of Porquerolles (South France) are analyzed, and the abundances of pure seabed materials obtained using several unmixing methods are compared to the coefficients of pure seabed materials estimated using an available fixed spectral library. The method requires approximate knowledge of the depth and composition of the water column. View this paper