A method for the mapping of the apparent ground brightness using visible images from geostationary satellites

Abstract : This paper deals with a method for mapping the apparent ground brightness on a pixel basis. It makes use of geostationary satellite visible data and generalizes the earlier work of Cano (1982). The detection of clouds larger than one pixel is performed in a time series by comparing the cloud-induced sensor response to the signal which would occur if the pixel were cloud-free by means of an iterative and adaptive filtering. To illustrate the method, Meteosat data either received by means of a WEFAX-type receiver connected to a personal computer or provided by ESOC have been processed. Maps of apparent ground brightness are presented for Europe and Africa with 5 km resolution.
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International Journal of Remote Sensing, Taylor & Francis, 1989, 10 (7), pp.1207-1225
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Guy Moussu, Lamissa Diabaté, Dominique Obrecht, Lucien Wald. A method for the mapping of the apparent ground brightness using visible images from geostationary satellites. International Journal of Remote Sensing, Taylor & Francis, 1989, 10 (7), pp.1207-1225. <hal-00464370>

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