1 January 1997 Measurement of microwave emissivities of arid and verdant land types in the Crau-Camargue region of France
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The Crau-Camargue airborne experiment took place between the 10th and the 14th of July 1995 on the south coast of France. The purpose of the experiment was to measure microwave for a number of arid and verdant land types as found in the region. The UK meteorological C-130 aircraft participated, taking measurements with its two microwave radiometers, MARSS and Deimos, and with a multi-channel infra-red (Ir) radiometer, SAFIRE. Results are presented on the microwave emissivities spectra of verdant and arid land types.
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Kristian Foster, Tim J. Hewison, "Measurement of microwave emissivities of arid and verdant land types in the Crau-Camargue region of France", Proc. SPIE 3220, Satellite Remote Sensing of Clouds and the Atmosphere II, (1 January 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.301145; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.301145
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