Her primary areas of investigation include Remote sensing, Water quality, Atmospheric correction, Hyperspectral imaging and Radiance. Her research ties Radiative transfer and Remote sensing together. Her Water quality research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Inversion, Eutrophication and Water resources.
Her research on Atmospheric correction often connects related areas such as Surface water. Her Hyperspectral imaging research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Aquatic ecosystem and Ecosystem. Her study explores the link between Radiance and topics such as Thematic Mapper that cross with problems in Reflectivity and Phytoplankton.
Claudia Giardino spends much of her time researching Remote sensing, Water quality, Hydrology, Remote sensing and Hyperspectral imaging. Her Remote sensing study incorporates themes from Image resolution, Atmospheric correction, Radiative transfer and Phytoplankton. Her work deals with themes such as Meteorology and Aerosol, which intersect with Atmospheric correction.
Her research integrates issues of Earth observation, Algal bloom, Surface water and Radiance in her study of Water quality. Her studies in Hydrology integrate themes in fields like Macrophyte, Vegetation and Eutrophication. Her Remote sensing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Dissolved organic carbon and Colored dissolved organic matter.
Her primary scientific interests are in Remote sensing, Macrophyte, Remote sensing, Hyperspectral imaging and Chlorophyll a. In general Remote sensing, her work in Multispectral image is often linked to Range linking many areas of study. Claudia Giardino interconnects Hydrology, Wetland, Aquatic ecosystem and Ecosystem in the investigation of issues within Macrophyte.
Her Remote sensing research incorporates themes from Synthetic aperture radar, Bathymetry and Algae. In her study, Ecological analysis and Spatial analysis is inextricably linked to Phytoplankton, which falls within the broad field of Hyperspectral imaging. Her Satellite data research integrates issues from Water quality and Multispectral data.
Her main research concerns Remote sensing, Range, Radiometric calibration, Measurement uncertainty and Ocean color. Her Remote sensing study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as In situ, Phycocyanin and Waves and shallow water. A majority of her Range research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Atmospheric correction, Channel, Root mean square, Spectral shape analysis and Baltic sea.
Her study in Radiometric calibration intersects with areas of studies such as Fiducial marker and Radiometer.
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Detecting chlorophyll, Secchi disk depth and surface temperature in a sub-alpine lake using Landsat imagery
Claudia Giardino;Monica Pepe;Pietro Alessandro Brivio;Paolo Ghezzi.
Science of The Total Environment (2001)
Assessment of water quality in Lake Garda (Italy) using Hyperion
Claudia Giardino;Vittorio E. Brando;Arnold G. Dekker;Niklas Strömbeck.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2007)
Estimation of leaf and canopy water content in poplar plantations by means of hyperspectral indices and inverse modeling
R. Colombo;M. Meroni;A. Marchesi;L. Busetto.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2008)
Determination of chlorophyll concentration changes in Lake Garda using an image-based radiative transfer code for Landsat TM images
P. A. Brivio;C. Giardino;E. Zilioli.
International Journal of Remote Sensing (2001)
Measuring freshwater aquatic ecosystems: The need for a hyperspectral global mapping satellite mission
Erin Lee Hestir;Erin Lee Hestir;Vittorio E. Brando;Mariano Bresciani;Claudia Giardino.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2015)
Application of Remote Sensing in Water Resource Management: The Case Study of Lake Trasimeno, Italy
Claudia Giardino;Mariano Bresciani;Paolo Villa;Angiolo Martinelli.
Water Resources Management (2010)
Atmospheric correction of ENVISAT/MERIS data over inland waters: Validation for European lakes
Luis Guanter;Antonio Ruiz-Verdú;Daniel Odermatt;Claudia Giardino.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2010)
Assessing remotely sensed chlorophyll-a for the implementation of the Water Framework Directive in European perialpine lakes.
Mariano Bresciani;Daniela Stroppiana;Daniel Odermatt;Giuseppe Morabito.
Science of The Total Environment (2011)
BOMBER: A tool for estimating water quality and bottom properties from remote sensing images
Claudia Giardino;Gabriele Candiani;Mariano Bresciani;Zhongping Lee.
Computers & Geosciences (2012)
Optical types of inland and coastal waters
Evangelos Spyrakos;Ruth O'Donnell;Peter D. Hunter;Claire Miller.
Limnology and Oceanography (2018)
Remote Sensing of Environment
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