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2016 Optical Engineering + Applications | Call for Papers

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Remote Sensing

Estimating the 3D fold structure of the crust–mantle boundary
Deep-seated lithospheric folding can be revealed using a method that combines gravity inversion calculations and isostatic analyses.
Spectral-spatial sharpening of images is achieved by numerically embedding line targets in obtained imagery, and by minimizing the differences between high-spatial-resolution and observed spectral signatures.
10 November 2015
The Asian Dust and Aerosol Lidar Observation Network has 20 stations equipped with several polarization-sensitive lidar instruments.
21 October 2015
Integration of multi-wavelength-range imaging spectrometry data improves geologic mapping by combining complementary information from visible, near-IR, shortwave-IR, and longwave-IR spectral regions.
1 October 2015
Numerical simulations reveal the effects of pollutants on bistatic electromagnetic scattering signatures.
1 September 2015
A new satellite system uses radar-radiometer technology to map global surface soil moisture, monitoring the links between the water, energy, and carbon cycles over land.
23 July 2015
David Crisp: Team of satellites monitors our changing Earth from space