Her main research concerns Oceanography, Phytoplankton, Remote sensing, Water column and Biogeochemical cycle. Her research on Oceanography often connects related areas such as Chlorophyll a. Her studies deal with areas such as Hyperspectral imaging and Complex adaptive system as well as Phytoplankton.
Her Remote sensing study incorporates themes from Trace gas, Stratosphere, Global biodiversity, Ocean color and SCIAMACHY. Her Water column research includes themes of Bottom water and Pelagic zone. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Remote sensing, Bio optical and Transect.
Astrid Bracher spends much of her time researching Remote sensing, Oceanography, Phytoplankton, Atmospheric sciences and Radiometer. Her study in Remote sensing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Absorption, SCIAMACHY and Upwelling. Her research integrates issues of Differential optical absorption spectroscopy, Atmospheric radiative transfer codes and Trace gas in her study of SCIAMACHY.
Her Oceanography study focuses mostly on Arctic, Cruise, Sea ice, Pelagic zone and Water column. Her Phytoplankton study combines topics in areas such as Climatology, Biomass, Biogeochemical cycle, Ocean color and Chlorophyll a. Her biological study deals with issues like Downwelling, which deal with fields such as Irradiance, Solar irradiance and Radiation.
Astrid Bracher mainly investigates Remote sensing, Phytoplankton, Upwelling, Radiometer and Radiance. Astrid Bracher interconnects SeaWiFS, Remote sensing reflectance, SCIAMACHY and Ocean color in the investigation of issues within Remote sensing. Her Phytoplankton study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Empirical orthogonal functions, Biogeochemical cycle, Chlorophyll a, Assimilation and Oceanography.
In her study, Trace gas is inextricably linked to Dissolved organic carbon, which falls within the broad field of Biogeochemical cycle. Her Upwelling study frequently involves adjacent topics like Atmospheric sciences. Her Arctic research integrates issues from Environmental chemistry, Permafrost and Seawater.
Astrid Bracher focuses on Phytoplankton, Oceanography, Ocean color, Remote sensing and Transect. Her work carried out in the field of Phytoplankton brings together such families of science as Atmospheric sciences, Biogeochemical cycle, Chlorophyll a, Seawater and Radiometry. Her Chlorophyll a research incorporates themes from Empirical orthogonal functions, Pelagic zone and Water column.
Her work in the fields of Oceanography, such as Polar front, Mixed layer, Dissolved organic carbon and Bloom, overlaps with other areas such as Flux. Her Ocean color research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Atmospheric correction, Hyperspectral imaging and Arctic. Her Remote sensing research includes elements of Temporal resolution and Homogenization.
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Quantitative observation of cyanobacteria and diatoms from space using PhytoDOAS on SCIAMACHY data
Astrid Bracher;Astrid Bracher;M. Vountas;Tilman Dinter;J. P. Burrows.
Geophysical validation of MIPAS-ENVISAT operational ozone data
U. Cortesi;J. C. Lambert;C. de Clercq;G. Bianchini.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2007)
Validation of ozone measurements from the Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment (ACE)
E. Dupuy;K.A. Walker;K.A. Walker;J. Kar;C.D. Boone.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2009)
Obtaining Phytoplankton Diversity from Ocean Color: A Scientific Roadmap for Future Development.
Astrid Bracher;Astrid Bracher;Heather A. Bouman;Robert J. W. Brewin;Annick Bricaud;Annick Bricaud.
Frontiers in Marine Science (2017)
A Consumer's Guide to Satellite Remote Sensing of Multiple Phytoplankton Groups in the Global Ocean
Colleen B. Mouw;Nick J. Hardman-Mountford;Séverine Alvain;Astrid Bracher;Astrid Bracher.
Frontiers in Marine Science (2017)
Natural variability or anthropogenically-induced variation? Insights from 15 years of multidisciplinary observations at the arctic marine LTER site HAUSGARTEN
Thomas Soltwedel;Eduard Bauerfeind;Melanie Bergmann;Astrid Bracher;Astrid Bracher.
Ecological Indicators (2016)
NO2 and BrO vertical profile retrieval from SCIAMACHY limb measurements: Sensitivity studies
A. Rozanov;H. Bovensmann;Astrid Bracher;S. Hrechanyy.
Advances in Space Research (2005)
Comparison of total ozone from the satellite instruments GOME and TOMS with measurements from the Dobson network 1996-2000
K. Bramstedt;J. Gleason;D. Loyola;W. Thomas.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2002)
Satellite sensor requirements for monitoring essential biodiversity variables of coastal ecosystems
Frank E. Muller‐Karger;Erin Hestir;Christiana Ade;Kevin Turpie.
Ecological Applications (2018)
Summertime plankton ecology in Fram Strait - a compilation of long- and short-term observations
Eva-Maria Nöthig;Astrid Bracher;Anja Engel;Katja Metfies.
Polar Research (2015)
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