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WAMSI Kimberley hyper-spectral data - 19th September 2008

Australian Ocean Data Network
Airborne Research Australia (ARA) (Resource provider ) iVEC (Distributor)
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The following acknowledgment must be made when using the data: "Data was collected by Airborne Research Australia (ARA) during a Western Australian Marine Science Institution (WAMSI) co-ordinated scientific field program. Funding and other support from Woodside, Apache Energy, ARA, WAMSI, Curtin University and Flinders University. The composite imagery was stitched together by Mark A. Gray, Remote Sensing and Satellite Research Group, Curtin University."

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On the 19th of September 2008 a hyper-spectral scanner (AISA+ Airborne Hyperspectral System from Specim - Spectral Imaging Ltd.) collected data from part of the Kimberley (Montgomery Reef).

Flight lines are shown in thumbnail with further information available from contacts below.

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The data from the AISA+ hyper-spectral scanner was first processed using CaliGeo (using default parameters, except that we used "external NAV-files"). CaliGeo, starting from version 4, runs as a part in the ENVI+IDL software environment. It runs as a separate software package under the ENVI software package, sold by Research Systems Inc.

In short, CaliGeo is used to do all the radiometric corrections and to rectify and georeference AISA
data.

Created: 24 10 2008

Data time period: 19 09 2008 to 19 09 2008

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124.21,-15.77 124.21,-17.1 123.62,-17.1 123.62,-15.77 124.21,-15.77

123.915,-16.435

text: northlimit=-15.77; southlimit=-17.1; westlimit=123.62; eastLimit=124.21

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