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Sentinel-2 as a tool for quantifying suspended particulate matter in the Tamar Estuary, UK
(University of Plymouth, 2018)
This project explores the potential use of Sentinel-2 as a tool for quantifying suspended particulate matter (SPM) in the Tamar estuary. In the first section of this project, the radiometric performance of Sentinel-2B is ...
Assessing the impact of seasonal variations on the density structure of a weak freshwater plume
(University of Plymouth, 2014)
Freshwater plumes are features of periodically intense salinity stratification created by an ebbing tide. The dynamics of these features are important for biological events, such as the spring bloom. Using an undulating ...
Dynamics of Suspended Particulate Matter in the lower Tamar estuary
(University of Plymouth, 2011)
This project uses a combination of different measuring techniques to investigate the distribution and size of Suspended Particulate Matter within the lower reaches of the Tamar Estuary and Plymouth Sound. Data of particle ...