Spectral Transmission Studies of Ocean Water Under Different Sea Conditions
Keywords: Electro-magnetic radiation, Oceanography, Spectral attenuation, Propagation, Spectral Transmission
AbstractPropagation of electro-magnetic radiation through the atmosphere and the sea depends upon different physical processes. The atmosphere is primarily a scattering medium. In the case of sea water, however, both absorption and scattering account for its spectral attenuation characteristics. The sea surface determines the transition of radiation at the air-water boundary. The spatial and temporal variations in the sea conditions make it a very complex medium for theoretical predictions. The paper reports various parameters relevant to the study of spectral transmission of ocean water under different seaconditions.1.
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Gupta, S. (2014). Spectral Transmission Studies of Ocean Water Under Different Sea Conditions. Defence Science Journal, 34(1), 19-28. https://doi.org/10.14429/dsj.34.6050
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