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Remote Sensing

Mapping glacier flow speeds with synthetic aperture radar cross correlation
A new data set, which was derived using synthetic aperture radar satellite data and normalized image cross correlation, represents the first regional map of mountain glacier flow speeds in Alaska.
A coordinated lidar network in the northeastern United States explored the optical properties of transported plumes from fires and dust and diagnosed chemical transport model concentration biases.
30 December 2014
Characterizing the turbulent wake of wind turbines enables their optimal arrangement in a wind farm, potentially increasing power output.
24 December 2014
A satellite system comprising active and passive microwave remote sensors enables synchronous accurate acquisition of key elements in the Earth's water cycle.
7 November 2014

The Visible and Near-IR Imaging Spectrometer onboard China's Chang'E 3 lunar rover uses non-collinear acousto-optic tunable filters to make mineralogical and compositional measurements.

22 October 2014
Highly sensitive visible/near-IR imagers in elliptical orbits provide frequently updated information on Arctic weather and sea ice conditions, even through the long polar night.
6 October 2014
 
John Dudley: Celebration will highlight the global importance of light

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