His primary areas of investigation include Mineralogy, Particulates, Oceanography, Attenuation and Water column. The various areas that Michael S. Twardowski examines in his Mineralogy study include Attenuation coefficient and Microscale chemistry. His work deals with themes such as Visible spectrum and Remote sensing, which intersect with Attenuation coefficient.
He has included themes like Ancillary data, Scattering, IOPS and Data set in his Particulates study. The Attenuation study which covers Refractive index that intersects with Water content. His work carried out in the field of Water column brings together such families of science as Light scattering, Thin film, Atmospheric sciences, Thin layers and Spatial distribution.
His primary areas of study are Remote sensing, Optics, Scattering, Ocean color and Mineralogy. Michael S. Twardowski focuses mostly in the field of Remote sensing, narrowing it down to topics relating to Underwater and, in certain cases, Polarimetry. His work on Light scattering as part of general Scattering research is frequently linked to Bubble, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Michael S. Twardowski interconnects Volume scattering, Meteorology, IOPS and Hyperspectral imaging in the investigation of issues within Ocean color. His research in Mineralogy intersects with topics in Attenuation, Absorption and Water column. The study incorporates disciplines such as Laser, Particulates and Biogeochemical cycle in addition to Attenuation.
Michael S. Twardowski mostly deals with Remote sensing, Attenuation coefficient, SeaWiFS, Remote sensing reflectance and Wavelength. His work in Remote sensing incorporates the disciplines of Metadata, Set, Table, The Internet and Relation. The subject of his Wavelength research is within the realm of Optics.
His Optics study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Analytical chemistry. Linear polarization is closely attributed to Scattering in his study. Michael S. Twardowski interconnects In situ and Ocean color in the investigation of issues within Scattering.
Michael S. Twardowski spends much of his time researching Remote sensing, Plankton, Water column, Aeronautics and Relevance. His Remote sensing investigation overlaps with Table, The Internet, Relation, Homogenization and Formatted text. His Plankton research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Light intensity, Lidar and Atmospheric sciences.
Michael S. Twardowski combines subjects such as Geometrical optics, Absorption, Mineralogy and Ray with his study of Water column. His study on Aeronautics is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as Group and History.
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Modeling the spectral shape of absorption by chromophoric dissolved organic matter
Michael S. Twardowski;Emmanuel Boss;James M. Sullivan;Percy L. Donaghay.
Marine Chemistry (2004)
A model for estimating bulk refractive index from the optical backscattering ratio and the implications for understanding particle composition in case I and case II waters
Michael S. Twardowski;Emmanuel Boss;Jacob B. Macdonald;W. Scott Pegau.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2001)
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.
Temporal and spatial occurrence of thin phytoplankton layers in relation to physical processes
Margaret M. Dekshenieks;Percy L. Donaghay;James M. Sullivan;Jan E. B. Rines.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2001)
Particulate backscattering ratio at LEO 15 and its use to study particle composition and distribution
Emmanuel Boss;W. S. Pegau;M. Lee;M. Twardowski.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2004)
Aquatic color radiometry remote sensing of coastal and inland waters: Challenges and recommendations for future satellite missions
Colleen B. Mouw;Steven Greb;Dirk Aurin;Paul M. DiGiacomo.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2015)
Shape of the particulate beam attenuation spectrum and its inversion to obtain the shape of the particulate size distribution.
Emmanuel Boss;Michael S. Twardowski;Sean Herring.
Applied Optics (2001)
Characteristics, distribution and persistence of thin layers over a 48 hour period
M. A. McManus;A. L. Alldredge;A. H. Barnard;Emmanuel Boss.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2003)
Hyperspectral temperature and salt dependencies of absorption by water and heavy water in the 400-750 nm spectral range.
James M. Sullivan;Michael S. Twardowski;J. Ronald V. Zaneveld;Casey M. Moore.
Applied Optics (2006)
An overview of approaches and challenges for retrieving marine inherent optical properties from ocean color remote sensing.
P. Jeremy Werdell;Lachlan I.W. McKinna;Emmanuel Boss;Steven G. Ackleson.
Progress in Oceanography (2018)
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