HyperOCR Hyperspectral Radiometer

Hyperspectral radiometers, with a calibrated range of 350 - 800 nm and fully characterized cosine response, are designed to be mounted on real-time profilers, coastal and deep water buoys, autonomous underwater vehicles, research vessels and airplanes.
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  • Chang, G.C., Dickey, T.D. (2004) Coastal ocean optical influences on solar transmission and radiant heating rate. Journal of Geophysical Research doi:10.1029/2003JC001821. Read Now