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https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-15-613-2018
https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-15-613-2018
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30 Jan 2018
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Modelling ocean-colour-derived chlorophyll a

Stephanie Dutkiewicz, Anna E. Hickman, and Oliver Jahn

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This study provides a demonstration that a biogeochemical/ecosystem/optical computer model which explicitly captures how light is radiated at the surface of the ocean and can be used as a laboratory to explore products (such as Chl a) that are derived from satellite measurements of ocean colour. It explores uncertainties that arise from data input used to derive the algorithms for the products, and issues arising from the interplay between optically important constituents in the ocean.
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