Milton Kampel

Milton Kampel
National Institute for Space Research, Brazil | inpe · Remote Sensing Division

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Optical water types (OWTs) were identified from an in situ dataset of concomitant biogeochemical and optical parameters acquired in the Amazon River and its tributaries, in the Lower Amazon region, at different hydrological conditions from 2014 to 2017. A seasonal bio-optical characterization was performed. The k-means classification was applied to...
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The Fundão mine-tailing dam collapse in the Doce River on November 2015 was the most devastating natural hazard in Brazilian history, resulting in a loss of more than US$ 1 billion in property damage and the death of 20 people. In addition, it is estimated that 60 million m³ of toxic mud have reached the Atlantic Ocean after going through more than...
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The South Brazil Bight (SBB) is oceanographically characterized by a strong vertical stratification during the austral summer and a more mixed water column during winter. Atmospheric mesoscale dynamics and circulation are highly dominated by the passage of cold fronts. Cold front passages cause wind intensification and a shift in its main quadrant...
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Several quasi-analytical algorithm (QAA) versions were developed to make it suitable for different inland water systems. QAABBHR and QAAOMW were reparameterized based on two reservoirs from the Tietê River cascading system (São Paulo State, Brazil), which present widely differing compositions. Considering the purpose of monitoring the entire cascad...
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Executive Summary Background The OceanObsNetwork goals and objectives are to foster a broad, multi-disciplinary dialogue, enabling more effective use of sustained ocean observatories and observing systems. To achieve these, the activities for the RCN include a working group titled “Facilitating Open Exchange of Data and Information.” Within this...
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Se obtiene la variabilidad espacial y temporal de la temperatura superficial del mar (TSM) para las aguas de la plataforma cubana, así como la relación de estas con las capturas de langostas, en el período comprendido entre Enero/1997-Diciembre/2004. Los datos de de esta variable ambiental son obtenidos del sensor “Advanced Very High Resolution Rad...
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This study presents a combined use of multi-sensor remote sensing and in-situ data for the analysis and interpretation of oceanic features observed at the continental shelf and slope of the Campos Basin, southeastern Brazilian coast. Ocean color (SeaWiFS), thermal infrared (AVHRR), scatterometer (QuikSCAT) and SAR (RADARSAT-1) data were integrated...

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The Net Ecosystem Exchange of the Lower Amazon project (TROCAS), seeks to unravel the sequences of processes and sources of terrestrially-derived organic matter that culminate in the immense CO2 outgassing to the atmosphere.