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Computational approaches for sub-meter ocean color remote sensing
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2021)
The satellite ocean color remote sensing paradigm developed by government space agencies enables the assessment of ocean color products on global scales at kilometer resolutions. A similar paradigm has not yet been developed ...
Computational strategies for understanding underwater optical image datasets
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2013)
A fundamental problem in autonomous underwater robotics is the high latency between the capture of image data and the time at which operators are able to gain a visual understanding of the survey environment. Typical ...
Wave-, wind-, and tide-driven circulation at a well-mixed ocean inlet
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2017)
The effects of waves, wind, and bathymetry on tidal and subtidal hydrodynamics at unstratified, shallow New River Inlet, NC, are evaluated using field observations and numerical simulations. Tidal flows are ebb-dominated ...