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Hyperspectral image data and Rhodamine WT dye concentration measurements from a tracer study at the River Experiment Center, Korea, in May 2017

Dates

Start Date
2017-05-17
End Date
2017-05-20
Publication Date

Citation

Legleiter, C.J., Perroy, R.L., McDonald, R.R., Nelson, J.M, and Kinzel, P.J., 2019, Hyperspectral image data and Rhodamine WT dye concentration measurements from a tracer study at the River Experiment Center, Korea, in May 2017: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/P9V3Y334.

Summary

Hyperspectral image data and field measurements of Rhodamine WT dye concentration were obtained during a tracer study conducted at the Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology's River Experiment Center May 17-20, 2017, to support research on dispersion in river channels. The image data included in this data release were acquired using a Nano-Hyperspec (Headwall Photonics, Inc.) mounted on an Aerotestra ATNK09, a small multirotor unmanned aircraft system (UAS). The in situ concentration data were collected using electronic fluorometers (YSI 600-OMS sonde with 6130 Rhodamine WT sensor). Image time stamps were used to link concentration time series recorded by the sondes to specific pixels. The spectra from the locations [...]

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RECnanoConc+Spectra.csv
“Text file with hovering image spectra and in situ concentration measurements”
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RECnanoSpatialImage_Conc+Spectra.csv
“Compilation of spatial image spectra and in situ concentration measurements”
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Dr. Carl J. Legleiter - cjl@usgs.gov, 303-271-3651
Geomorphology and Sediment Transport Laboratory
United States Geological Survey
4620 Technology Drive, Suite #400
Golden, CO 80403

Purpose

Hyperspectral image data and field measurements of Rhodamine WT dye concentration were obtained during a tracer study conducted at the Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology's River Experiment Center May 17-20, 2017, to support research on dispersion in river channels. This data set was used to assess the potential to estimate tracer dye concentrations from remotely sensed data to map contaminants and facilitate dispersion studies.

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