Data for: Distinguishing cyanobacteria from algae in optically complex inland waters using a radiative transfer inversion algorithm

Published: 15-07-2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/msf535bcyc.1
Mark Matthews


Ecolight-input-combined.xls Input for ecolight-s runs - biogeophysical and atmospheric parameters used for inversion algorithm and forward modelling. Biogeophysical parameters: Chla=chlorophyll conc mg/m3, PC = phycocyanin (mg/m3), TSS=suspended solids (g/m3), ISS=inorganic solids (g/m3), ag440=absorption by gelbstoff at 440nm(1/m),ap440=absorption by particulate matter at 440 nm (1/m), adp440=absorption by depigmentede matter at 440 nm(1/m), S = slope coefficient, Zsd = sechi disk depth (m). Atmospheric parameters: J = julian day, Lat & Lon = Latitude &longitude, GMT=greenwhich meridian time, Theta=solar zenith in degrees, pres=atm. pressure in inches mercury, am=air mass type, rh=rel humidity, wv=precipitable water vapour in cm, wsm = 24 hour mean sind speed (m/s), ws = wind speed (m/s), vis=visibility in km, ro3=ozone in Dobson units, AOT550 is aerosol optical thickness at 550 nm, cloud=cloud from 0-1, Wind dir in degrees (0 = N). Rrs_combined.xlsx Remote sensing reflectance measured using ASD Fieldspec 3 and methods of Meuller 2003 (Ocean optics protocols). Column headers correspond to sample numbers. First column is wavelength 350 to 999 nm. Data corresponds to Ecolight_inputs_combined.xls. Further details contained in files.