Dr. ZhongPing Lee
Naval Research Laboratory
Stennis Space Center
MS 39529, USA
This working group was proposed at the 8th IOCCG Meeting in Florence, Italy (February 2003), although a preliminary meeting was held in Santa Fe, November 2002, prior to the Ocean Optics Meeting.
The objectives of the group were to perform algorithm cross comparisons, to make recommendations on specific algorithms and to report on the progress of algorithm development.
The group assembled a database from in situ measurements and also developed a synthesized dataset based on known relationships, in order to perform algorithm cross-comparisons and evaluations. The synthesized datasets, as well as the software for the various algorithms, are available on the IOCCG webpage (see links to the right in red). The final product of this working group was the publication of IOCCG Report 5 entitled “Remote Sensing of Inherent Optical Properties: Fundamentals, Tests of Algorithms, and Applications”, edited by Dr. ZhongPing Lee.
Terms of Reference
- Synthesize a database of inherent (IOP) and apparent optical properties (AOP), and assemble a database of in situ measurements.
- Perform cross-comparisons and evaluations on existing ocean-colour inversion algorithms.
- Make recommendations on specific algorithms.
- Report on the progress of algorithm development.
Final report of the Data Binning Working Group (IOCCG Report Number 4).
Plan of the Ocean-Colour Algorithm Working Group
1st Meeting of Ocean-Colour Algorithm Working Group (November 2002)
Report of Ocean-Colour Algorithm Working Group (8th IOCCG Meeting, February 2003))
Status report of the Algorithm Working Group (9th IOCCG Meeting, January 2004)
Report of the Algorithm Working Group meeting in Hamburg (11-12 July 2005)
IOCCG Report 5: Final report of the Algorithm Working Group
- Information on the synthesized dataset used in IOCCG Report 5 for testing and comparing ocean colour algorithms can be found at: https://ioccg.org/resources/software/. The dataset contains both inherent optical properties (IOPs) and apparent optical properties (AOPs) .
Software for Algorithms
- The software for the various algorithms discussed in IOCCG Report 5 can be found at: https://ioccg.org/resources/software/
- Oleg V. Kopelevich, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
- ZhongPing Lee, Stennis Space Center, USA
- Hubert Loisel, Université du Littoral Côte d’Opale, France
- Merv Lynch, Curtin University of Technology, Australia
- Paul Lyon, Naval Research Lab, USA
- Stephane Maritorena, Institute for Computational Earth System Science, USA
- B. Greg Mitchell, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
- Collin Roesler Bigelow, Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, USA
- Shubha Sathyendranath, Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Canada
- JunWu Tang, National Satellite Ocean Application Service, China
- Ron Zaneveld, Oregon State University, USA