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Remote sensing detection of complex oceanic features by using multiparameter synthetic aperture radar (SAR)
Author(s): Changbao Zhou; Weigen Huang; Jingsong Yang; Bin Fu; Huaguo Zhang; Donglin Li; Aiqin Shi; Qinmei Xiao; Xiulin Lou
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Paper Abstract

The dynamic and random processes of ocean features and their multi-element mixs make the detections of ocean phenomena and information seperations so much complicated. The multi-parameter synthetic aperture radar (SAR), including multi-frequencies, multi-polarizations, multi-incident angles multi-resolutions and multi-swaths etc., are quite significant approaches in order to obtain a lot of oceanic multi-elements and the parameter estimations of these elementss according to SAR images. In the paper, the complication of the ocean processes and their application needs as well as multi-parameter SAR remote sensing abilities are briefly introduced at the first. The remote sensing principles and methodologies of multi-parameter SAR studying on complicated oceanic dynamic features are described. Multi-parameter SAR simulations and detections of sea surface waves, internal waves, currents and sea surface winds etc. are studied in detail. The further development of multi-parameter SAR systems and their potential in ocean applications is discussed and concluded at the final.

Paper Details

Date Published: 14 April 2003
PDF: 5 pages
Proc. SPIE 4899, Atmospheric and Oceanic Processes, Dynamics, and Climate Change, (14 April 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.466581
Show Author Affiliations
Changbao Zhou, Second Institute of Oceanography (China)
Weigen Huang, Second Institute of Oceanography (China)
Jingsong Yang, Second Institute of Oceanography (China)
Bin Fu, Second Institute of Oceanography (China)
Huaguo Zhang, Second Institute of Oceanography (China)
Donglin Li, Second Institute of Oceanography (China)
Aiqin Shi, Second Institute of Oceanography (China)
Qinmei Xiao, Second Institute of Oceanography (China)
Xiulin Lou, Second Institute of Oceanography (China)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 4899:
Atmospheric and Oceanic Processes, Dynamics, and Climate Change
Zhaobo Sun; Fei-Fei Jin; Toshiki Iwasaki, Editor(s)

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