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Florida Bay Satellite Imagery

Florida Bay
Imagery Home
Current Imagery
Notable Imagery:
Cold Fronts & Air Masses
1996 Reflectance Imagery Animations
Imagery Archives:
Sea Surface Temperature
Reflectance
Project Contact:
Rob Wertz
Current Satellite Imagery
Current Sea Surface Temperature Image
Sea Surface
Temperature
Current Reflectance Image
Reflectance

As a part of the U.S. Geological Survey's South Florida Program investigating water turbidity and sedimentation in Florida Bay and Biscayne Bay, USGS is developing quasi-operational products from satellite data for Florida Bay. The daily imagery and archive from the AVHRR satellite sensor seen on these pages has been processed by the USGS using data originally collected at USF-Florida DEP Joint Use Facility. Additional links to new and experimental products being developed by USGS and USF, and to other projects involved with the Florida Bay study are included, as well as links to relevant pages in other organizations.

Current Imagery and Archives

 
see also:
Eastern Gulf of Mexico
Satellite Imagery
The latest current imagery is available above.
The original data on this site was received at the Joint Use Facility of the University of South Florida Department of Marine Science and the Florida Marine Research Institute. Processing is then performed at the USGS St. Petersburg Coastal and Marine Science Center.
[Imagery Archives: Sea Surface Temperature | Reflectance]

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