PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF THE COMPARISON OF SATELLITE IMAGERS USING TUZ GOLU AS A REFERENCE STANDARD


Ozen H., Fox N., Gurbuz S. Z. , Deadman A., Behnert I., Harris P., ...Daha Fazla

22nd Congress of the International-Society-for-Photogrammetry-and-Remote-Sensing, Melbourne, Avustralya, 25 Ağustos - 01 Eylül 2012, ss.145-148 identifier

  • Basıldığı Şehir: Melbourne
  • Basıldığı Ülke: Avustralya
  • Sayfa Sayıları: ss.145-148

Özet

Earth surfaces, such as deserts, salt lakes, and playas, have been widely used in the vicarious radiometric calibration of optical earth observation satellites. In 2009, the Infrared and Visible Optical Sensors (IVOS) sub-group of the Committee of Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS) Working Group on Calibration and Validation (WGCV) designated eight LANDNET reference sites to focus international efforts, facilitate traceability and enable the establishment of measurement "best practices." With support from the European Space Agency (ESA), one of the LANDNET sites, the Tuz Golu salt lake located in central Turkey, was selected to host a cross-comparison of measurement instrumentation and methodologies conducted by 11 different ground teams across the globe. This paper provides an overview of the preliminary results of the cross-comparison of the ground-based spectral measurements made during the CEOS Land Comparison 13-27 August, 2010 with the simultaneous satellite image data acquisitions of the same site.