14 April 2003 Remote sensing detection of complex oceanic features by using multi-parameter synthetic aperture radar (SAR)
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The dynamic and random processes of ocean features and their multi-element mixs make the detections of ocean phenomena and information seperations so much complicated. The multi-parameter synthetic aperture radar (SAR), including multi-frequencies, multi-polarizations, multi-incident angles multi-resolutions and multi-swaths etc., are quite significant approaches in order to obtain a lot of oceanic multi-elements and the parameter estimations of these elementss according to SAR images. In the paper, the complication of the ocean processes and their application needs as well as multi-parameter SAR remote sensing abilities are briefly introduced at the first. The remote sensing principles and methodologies of multi-parameter SAR studying on complicated oceanic dynamic features are described. Multi-parameter SAR simulations and detections of sea surface waves, internal waves, currents and sea surface winds etc. are studied in detail. The further development of multi-parameter SAR systems and their potential in ocean applications is discussed and concluded at the final.
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Changbao Zhou, Weigen Huang, Jingsong Yang, Bin Fu, Huaguo Zhang, Donglin Li, Aiqin Shi, Qinmei Xiao, and Xiulin Lou "Remote sensing detection of complex oceanic features by using multi-parameter synthetic aperture radar (SAR)", Proc. SPIE 4899, Atmospheric and Oceanic Processes, Dynamics, and Climate Change, (14 April 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.466581; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.466581
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