Satellite image processing for the Agulhas Retroflexion region
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LocationAgulhas Current (South Africa)
In order to analyze the Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer satellite data from South Africa, a software package has been written. Methodology and algorithms are described which create geometrically corrected registered satellite images over the Agulhas Retroflexion region. Also discussed are programs to overlay latitude and longitude lines, ship tracks, and ancillary data. A method of masking the land and compositing images for cloud removal is also described.
Suggested CitationLuetkemeyer, K. (1987). Satellite image processing for the Agulhas Retroflexion region. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. https://doi.org/10.1575/1912/7588
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