Questions tagged [atmospheric-correction]

Atmospheric correction is the process of removing atmospheric factors that influence the values in remotely sensed imagery.

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Is atmospheric correction necessary when working with multi-spectral indexes?

When you are working with Landsat Level 1 data and calculate indexes, e.g. NDVI, NDBI, SAVI ..., do you calculate them using raw data (pixel DN value), or atmospherically corrected data (surface ...
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What are the necessary correction/calibration on Landsat 8 imagery for land cover classification? [duplicate]

I downloaded calibrated/corrected Landsat 8 data (Level 2) from ESPA (https://espa.cr.usgs.gov/) to do land cover classification. But there are many corrections and calibrations can be done as listed ...
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Landsat8 DN to TOA Reflectance (minus values)

I'm learning how to perform atmospheric correction manually, hence not using the automated methods available in ENVI metadata (band 1) for my Landsat 8 scene is as follows; RADIANCE_MULT_BAND_1 = 1....
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Identifying pixels with sun glint in a satellite image (for atmospheric correction)

Wondering if anyone knows a way (perhaps objective) to identify pixels that are infected with sun glint in an image. I'm using Hedley's 2005 approach in a python to deglint my image but this approach ...