There is an ongoing effort in using imagery from remote sensing platforms to obtain information about the sea depth; this allows to monitor the dynamics of coastal erosion without the need for costly and repeated local surveys. We worked on a new implementation of the Jupp method to extract depth information from satellite images. Our software is based on previous implementations of the algorithm in the IDL language, but we made our current implementation more modular in order to make possible experimentations with different approaches. We used this implementation on a series of six images (three from the Landsat TM sensor and three from the Landsat OLI sensor) in order to improve the available tools. We established an iterative workflow for working on the Landat-8 images widely exposed in this paper.

A new IDL implementation of the Jupp method for bathymetry extraction in shallow waters

DEIDDA, MONICA;PALA, ANTONIO;SANNA, GIOVANNA MARIA
2016

Abstract

There is an ongoing effort in using imagery from remote sensing platforms to obtain information about the sea depth; this allows to monitor the dynamics of coastal erosion without the need for costly and repeated local surveys. We worked on a new implementation of the Jupp method to extract depth information from satellite images. Our software is based on previous implementations of the algorithm in the IDL language, but we made our current implementation more modular in order to make possible experimentations with different approaches. We used this implementation on a series of six images (three from the Landsat TM sensor and three from the Landsat OLI sensor) in order to improve the available tools. We established an iterative workflow for working on the Landat-8 images widely exposed in this paper.
Bathymetry; Remote Sensing; Coastal Erosion; IDL
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