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Water SA

versión On-line ISSN 1816-7950
versión impresa ISSN 0378-4738

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XIANG, Bo; SONG, Jing-Wei; WANG, Xin-Yuan  y  ZHEN, Jing. Improving the accuracy of estimation of eutrophication state index using a remote sensing data-driven method: A case study of Chaohu Lake, China. Water SA [online]. 2015, vol.41, n.5, pp.753-761. ISSN 1816-7950.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/WSA.V41I5.18.

Trophic Level Index (TLI) is often used to assess the general eutrophication state of inland lakes in water science, technology, and engineering. In this paper, a data-driven inland-lake eutrophication assessment method was proposed by using an artificial neural network (ANN) to build relationships from remote sensing data and in-situ TLI sampling. In order to train the net, Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS, which has a revisit cycle of 4 times per day) data were combined with in-situ observations. Results demonstrate that the TLI obtained directly from remote-sensing images using the data-driven method is more accurate than the TLI calculated from the water quality factors retrieved from remote-sensing images using a multivariate regression method. Spatially continuous and quasi-real time results were retrieved by using MODIS data. This method provides an efficient way to map the TLI spatial distribution in inland lakes, and provides a scheme for increased automation in TLI estimation.

Palabras clave : data driven; trophic level index; MODIS; artificial neural network; inland lake.

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