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17 December 1996 Backscatter cross section from sea surfaces
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The study of interaction of waves from rough surface has been of interest to many people. It has obvious applications to remote sensing, both acoustic and electromagnetic. With the flood of SAR data becoming available from both airborne and spaceborne systems, this study is gaining in importance for unthrstariding the interaction of radio waves from ocean surfaces, bare land as well as agricultural land, foliage and urban images. The problem of scattering of electromagnetic wave from rough sea surfaces near grazing angle has been of interest to many people for some time.
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Min-Joon Kim, H. M. Berenyi, Shahram Tajbakhsh, and Ronald E. Burge "Backscatter cross section from sea surfaces", Proc. SPIE 2958, Microwave Sensing and Synthetic Aperture Radar, (17 December 1996); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.262694
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