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Remote sensing of the sea ice and ocean properties at high latitudes
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Paper Abstract

A number of remote sensing instruments with multi-spectral imaging capabilities (SeaWiFS, MODIS, GLI on ADEOS-II, and others) have recently been launched on earth-orbiting satellites or will soon be launched into space. Many of these sensors offer unique opportunities for studies of sea ice and ocean properties at high latitudes. There are a number of challenges associated with the inversion of data received from satellite such instruments in order to retrieve meaningful information. Here we discuss some of these challenges with emphasis on the derivation of sea ice and marine parameters from satellite data.

Paper Details

Date Published: 26 February 2004
PDF: 12 pages
Proc. SPIE 5233, Remote Sensing of the Ocean and Sea Ice 2003, (26 February 2004); doi: 10.1117/12.514384
Show Author Affiliations
Knut H. Stamnes, Stevens Institute of Technology (United States)
Wei Li, Stevens Institute of Technology (United States)
Hans A. Eide, Stevens Institute of Technology (United States)
Jakob J. Stamnes, Univ. of Bergen (Norway)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 5233:
Remote Sensing of the Ocean and Sea Ice 2003
Charles R. Bostater; Rosalia Santoleri, Editor(s)

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