MARIDA (Marine Debris Archive)
Marine debris observations along with other floating objects and sea features that co-exist on Sentinel2 satellite data.
MARIDA is the first dataset based on the multispectral Sentinel-2 (S2) satellite data, which distinguishes Marine Debris from various marine features that co-exist, including Sargassum macroalgae, Ships, Natural Organic Material, Waves, Wakes, Foam, dissimilar water types (i.e., Clear, Turbid Water, Sediment-Laden Water, Shallow Water), and Clouds. We provide annotations (georeferenced polygons/ pixels) from verified plastic debris events in several geographical regions globally, during different seasons, years and sea state conditions.
For more details on the MARIDA dataset, refer to its homepage.
See also the original MARIDA dataset published in Zenodo.
Kikaki K, Kakogeorgiou I, Mikeli P, Raitsos DE, Karantzalos K (2022) MARIDA: A benchmark for Marine Debris detection from Sentinel-2 remote sensing data. PLoS ONE 17(1): e0262247. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0262247