Lin Qi
Lin Qi
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A semi-analytical scheme to estimate Secchi-disk depth from Landsat-8 measurements
Z Lee, S Shang, L Qi, J Yan, G Lin
Remote Sensing of Environment 177, 101-106, 2016
892016
A novel MERIS algorithm to derive cyanobacterial phycocyanin pigment concentrations in a eutrophic lake: Theoretical basis and practical considerations
L Qi, C Hu, H Duan, J Cannizzaro, R Ma
Remote Sensing of Environment 154, 298-317, 2014
772014
Long-term trend of Ulva prolifera blooms in the western Yellow Sea
L Qi, C Hu, Q Xing, S Shang
Harmful Algae 58, 35-44, 2016
632016
Long-term distribution patterns of chlorophyll-a concentration in China’s largest freshwater lake: MERIS full-resolution observations with a practical approach
L Feng, C Hu, X Han, X Chen, L Qi
remote sensing 7 (1), 275-299, 2015
592015
Floating algae blooms in the East China Sea
L Qi, C Hu, M Wang, S Shang, C Wilson
Geophysical Research Letters 44 (22), 11,501-11,509, 2017
562017
A harmful algal bloom of Karenia brevis in the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico as revealed by MODIS and VIIRS: A comparison
C Hu, BB Barnes, L Qi, AA Corcoran
Sensors 15 (2), 2873-2887, 2015
372015
An EOF-based algorithm to estimate chlorophyll a concentrations in Taihu Lake from MODIS land-band measurements: Implications for near real-time applications and forecasting models
L Qi, C Hu, H Duan, BB Barnes, R Ma
Remote Sensing 6 (11), 10694-10715, 2014
372014
Diurnal changes of cyanobacteria blooms in Taihu Lake as derived from GOCI observations
L Qi, C Hu, PM Visser, R Ma
Limnology and Oceanography 63 (4), 1711-1726, 2018
242018
Requirement of minimal signal‐to‐noise ratios of ocean color sensors and uncertainties of ocean color products
L Qi, Z Lee, C Hu, M Wang
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 122 (3), 2595-2611, 2017
192017
VIIRS Observations of a Karenia brevis Bloom in the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico in the Absence of a Fluorescence Band
L Qi, C Hu, J Cannizzaro, AA Corcoran, D English, C Le
IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters 12 (11), 2213-2217, 2015
162015
Spatiotemporal chlorophyll‐a dynamics on the Louisiana continental shelf derived from a dual satellite imagery algorithm
C Le, JC Lehrter, C Hu, MC Murrell, L Qi
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 119 (11), 7449-7462, 2014
162014
Influence of particle composition on remote sensing reflectance and MERIS maximum chlorophyll index algorithm: examples From Taihu Lake and Chaohu Lake
L Qi, C Hu, H Duan, Y Zhang, R Ma
IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters 12 (6), 1170-1174, 2015
132015
Vertical migration of Karenia brevis in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico observed from glider measurements
C Hu, BB Barnes, L Qi, C Lembke, D English
Harmful algae 58, 59-65, 2016
122016
Assimilation of MODIS chlorophyll-a data into a coupled hydrodynamic-biological model of Taihu Lake
L Qi, R Ma, W Hu, SA Loiselle
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote …, 2013
112013
VIIRS captures phytoplankton vertical migration in the NE Gulf of Mexico
L Qi, C Hu, BB Barnes, Z Lee
Harmful algae 66, 40-46, 2017
102017
High-frequency observation of floating algae from AHI on Himawari-8
X Chen, S Shang, Z Lee, L Qi, J Yan, Y Li
Remote Sensing of Environment 227, 151-161, 2019
92019
In search of floating algae and other organisms in global oceans and lakes
L Qi, C Hu, K Mikelsons, M Wang, V Lance, S Sun, BB Barnes, J Zhao, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 239, 111659, 2020
82020
Cross-category tea polyphenols evaluation model based on feature fusion of electronic nose and hyperspectral imagery
B Yang, L Qi, M Wang, S Hussain, H Wang, B Wang, J Ning
Sensors 20 (1), 50, 2020
62020
In Search of Red Noctiluca scintillans Blooms in the East China Sea
L Qi, SF Tsai, Y Chen, C Le, C Hu
Geophysical Research Letters 46 (11), 5997-6004, 2019
62019
Deep spectral convolution network for hyperspectral image unmixing with spectral library
L Qi, J Li, Y Wang, M Lei, X Gao
Signal Processing 176, 107672, 2020
32020
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