Wayne Homer Slade
Wayne Homer Slade
Scientist, Sequoia Scientific, Inc.
Verified email at sequoiasci.com - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Significant contribution of large particles to optical backscattering in the open ocean
G Dall'Olmo, TK Westberry, MJ Behrenfeld, E Boss, WH Slade
Biogeosciences 6 (6), 947, 2009
Acceptance angle effects on the beam attenuation in the ocean
E Boss, WH Slade, M Behrenfeld, G Dall’Olmo
Optics Express 17 (3), 1535-1550, 2009
Effect of particulate aggregation in aquatic environments on the beam attenuation and its utility as a proxy for particulate mass
E Boss, W Slade, P Hill
Optics express 17 (11), 9408-9420, 2009
Inversion of ocean color observations using particle swarm optimization
WH Slade, HW Ressom, MT Musavi, RL Miller
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 42 (9), 1915-1923, 2004
Underway and moored methods for improving accuracy in measurement of spectral particulate absorption and attenuation
WH Slade, E Boss, G Dall’Olmo, MR Langner, J Loftin, MJ Behrenfeld, ...
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 27 (10), 1733-1746, 2010
Calibrated near-forward volume scattering function obtained from the LISST particle sizer
WH Slade, ES Boss
Optics Express 14 (8), 3602-3615, 2006
Effects of particle aggregation and disaggregation on their inherent optical properties
WH Slade, E Boss, C Russo
Optics express 19 (9), 7945-7959, 2011
The characteristics of particulate absorption, scattering and attenuation coefficients in the surface ocean; Contribution of the Tara Oceans expedition
E Boss, M Picheral, T Leeuw, A Chase, E Karsenti, G Gorsky, L Taylor, ...
Methods in Oceanography 7, 52-62, 2013
Spectral attenuation and backscattering as indicators of average particle size
WH Slade, E Boss
Applied optics 54 (24), 7264-7277, 2015
Laboratory experiments for inter-comparison of three volume scattering meters to measure angular scattering properties of hydrosols
T Harmel, M Hieronymi, W Slade, R Röttgers, F Roullier, M Chami
Optics express 24 (2), A234-A256, 2016
Method for estimating mean particle size from high-frequency fluctuations in beam attenuation or scattering measurements
NT Briggs, WH Slade, E Boss, MJ Perry
Applied optics 52 (27), 6710-6725, 2013
Airborne and shipborne polarimetric measurements over open ocean and coastal waters: intercomparisons and implications for spaceborne observations
M Ottaviani, R Foster, A Gilerson, A Ibrahim, C Carrizo, A El-Habashi, ...
Remote sensing of environment 206, 375-390, 2018
Estimation of phytoplankton accessory pigments from hyperspectral reflectance spectra: Toward a global algorithm
AP Chase, E Boss, I Cetinić, W Slade
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 122 (12), 9725-9743, 2017
Optical properties of the Dead Sea
E Boss, H Gildor, W Slade, L Sokoletsky, A Oren, J Loftin
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 118 (4), 1821-1829, 2013
Direct contribution of phytoplankton-sized particles to optical backscattering in the open ocean.
G Dall'Olmo, TK Westberry, MJ Behrenfeld, E Boss, WH Slade
Biogeosciences Discussions 6 (1), 2009
Ensemble neural network methods for satellite-derived estimation of chlorophyll/spl alpha
WH Slade, RL Miller, H Ressom, P Natarajan
Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, 2003 …, 2003
Turbine abrasion: one year’s experience in real-time sediment monitoring at Hidroagoyan HPP, Ecuador
YC Agrawal, OA Mikkelsen, HC Pottsmith, WH Slade
Proc. Hydro 2012 Conference, 2012
Comparison of measured and theoretical scattering and polarization properties of narrow size range irregular sediment particles
WH Slade, YC Agrawal, OA Mikkelsen
2013 OCEANS-San Diego, 1-6, 2013
Computational intelligence and its application in remote sensing
H Ressom, RL Miller, P Natarajan, WH Slade
Remote Sensing of Coastal Aquatic Environments, 205-227, 2007
Characterizing the phytoplankton soup: pump and plumbing effects on the particle assemblage in underway optical seawater systems
I Cetinić, N Poulton, WH Slade
Optics express 24 (18), 20703-20715, 2016
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