Littoral Survey Using the JERS-OPS Multispectral Sensor: Example of the Mont-Saint-Michel Bay (Normandy, France)

Abstract : A JERS-1 OPS (J p a anese Earth Renwte Sensing Satellite , Optical Sensor) image was used to make a method-ological survey of the Mont-Saint-Michel foreshore (West of France). The main objective was to test different procedures for processing m&spectral data hetw>een 520 nm and 2400 nm so as to re$ne the information acquired from other ,sensor,y such as Spot XS and Landsat TM w>hich have a lower spectral and spatial discrimination potential. The use of m&spectral satellite data enables a rapid reconnaissance of the zone where both sedimen-tological and morphological evolution occur according to the tides. The OPS Sensor appears able to detect carbon-ate responses (Channel 6), especially in suspension in the turbid plume of the estuary water. JERS-OPS distinguished clearly between clays, vegetation, and the eflect of phenomena likely to perturb their response, mainly moisture characteri=.ed by Channel 5.
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Remote Sensing of Environment, Elsevier, 1997, 62 (2), pp.119-131. 〈10.1016/S0034-4257(97)00080-1〉
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Jean-Paul Deroin, Yvette Vaguet-Marchand, Jean-Paul Auffret. Littoral Survey Using the JERS-OPS Multispectral Sensor: Example of the Mont-Saint-Michel Bay (Normandy, France). Remote Sensing of Environment, Elsevier, 1997, 62 (2), pp.119-131. 〈10.1016/S0034-4257(97)00080-1〉. 〈halshs-01821759〉

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