Talisman-Saber 2009 Remote Sensing Experiment
Bachmann, Charles M.
Fusina, Robert A.
Montes, Marcos J.
Nichols, C. Reid
Fry, John C.
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This report describes the data collected during one of a series of NRL remote sensing and calibration and validation (Cal/Val) campaigns, providing data and information for the development of models of coast types and their associated environmental factors for use in rapidly processing hyperspectral imagery (HSI) and generating shallow water bathymetric charts and trafficability maps. This report documents data that was collected during a remote sensing campaign that was conducted from May 18 to 29, 2009 at the Shoalwater Bay Training Area (SWBTA) located in Australia along a tropical stretch of the Queensland coast. Airborne collections from the HyMap (trademark) sensor were used to build shallow water bathymetric charts and trafficability maps that were provided to military planners during Exercise Talisman-Saber 2009, which was conducted primarily in Australia and surrounding waters from July 13 to 16, 2009. This report details both the airborne HyMap imagery collected as well as the ground and water spectral and geotechnical data collected to calibrate and validate the products developed in support of the exercise.
Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.Report No. NRL/MR/7230--12-9404
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