Bryan A. Franz mainly focuses on Ocean color, SeaWiFS, Remote sensing, Atmospheric correction and Astrophysics. His work deals with themes such as Upwelling, IOPS and Optics, which intersect with Ocean color. The SeaWiFS study combines topics in areas such as Bay, Latitude, Spectroradiometer, Seasonality and Spatial variability.
The various areas that he examines in his Remote sensing study include Spatial ecology and Oceanography. His work carried out in the field of Atmospheric correction brings together such families of science as Meteorology, Aerosol, Marine Optical Buoy, Moderate-resolution imaging spectroradiometer and Radiance. His study on Galactic Center, Zodiacal light and COSMIC cancer database is often connected to Diffuse Infrared Background Experiment as part of broader study in Astrophysics.
Bryan A. Franz mainly investigates Remote sensing, Ocean color, Atmospheric correction, SeaWiFS and Satellite. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Meteorology, Aerosol and Moderate-resolution imaging spectroradiometer. Bryan A. Franz combines subjects such as Hyperspectral imaging, Optics, Calibration, Radiometric calibration and Physical oceanography with his study of Ocean color.
His Atmospheric correction study combines topics in areas such as Image resolution, Pixel, Climate change, AERONET and Diffuse sky radiation. He interconnects Climatology, Spectroradiometer, Coastal Zone Color Scanner and Imaging spectrometer in the investigation of issues within SeaWiFS. His work in Satellite addresses subjects such as Radiative transfer, which are connected to disciplines such as Rayleigh scattering.
His main research concerns Remote sensing, Ocean color, Atmospheric correction, Satellite and Aerosol. As part of one scientific family, Bryan A. Franz deals mainly with the area of Remote sensing, narrowing it down to issues related to the Polarimetry, and often Inversion. His Ocean color study incorporates themes from Hyperspectral imaging, Colored dissolved organic matter, Radiance, Lidar and Radiative transfer.
Atmospheric correction is a subfield of Optics that he explores. His Satellite study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as SeaWiFS, Climate change, Marine ecosystem and Data recovery. His SeaWiFS research includes elements of Climatology and Meteorology.
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Chlorophyll aalgorithms for oligotrophic oceans: A novel approach based on three‐band reflectance difference
Chuanmin Hu;Zhongping Lee;Bryan Franz.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2012)
The COBE Diffuse Infrared Background Experiment Search for the Cosmic Infrared Background. II. Model of the Interplanetary Dust Cloud
T. Kelsall;J. L. Weiland;B. A. Franz;W. T. Reach.
The Astrophysical Journal (1998)
Examining the consistency of products derived from various ocean color sensors in open ocean (Case 1) waters in the perspective of a multi-sensor approach
André Morel;Yannick Huot;Bernard Gentili;P. Jeremy Werdell.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2007)
Relationships between the surface concentration of particulate organic carbon and optical properties in the eastern South Pacific and eastern Atlantic Oceans
D. Stramski;R. A. Reynolds;M. Babin;M. Babin;S. Kaczmarek.
Estimation of near-infrared water-leaving reflectance for satellite ocean color data processing.
Sean W. Bailey;Bryan A. Franz;P. Jeremy Werdell.
Optics Express (2010)
Sensor-independent approach to the vicarious calibration of satellite ocean color radiometry
Bryan A. Franz;Sean W. Bailey;P. Jeremy Werdell;Charles R. McClain.
Applied Optics (2007)
Satellite-detected fluorescence reveals global physiology of ocean phytoplankton
M. J. Behrenfeld;T. K. Westberry;Emmanuel Boss;R. T. O'Malley.
Generalized ocean color inversion model for retrieving marine inherent optical properties
P. Jeremy Werdell;Bryan A. Franz;Sean W. Bailey;Gene C. Feldman.
Applied Optics (2013)
State of the Climate in 2014
Arlene P. Aaron-Morrison;Steven A. Ackerman;Nicolaus G. Adams;Robert F. Adler.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2015)
New aerosol models for the retrieval of aerosol optical thickness and normalized water-leaving radiances from the SeaWiFS and MODIS sensors over coastal regions and open oceans
Ziauddin Ahmad;Bryan A. Franz;Charles R. McClain;Ewa J. Kwiatkowska.
Applied Optics (2010)
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