Remote Sensing of Sea Ice and Icebergs. Wiley Series in Remote Sensing and Image Processing

  • ID: 2175696
  • Book
  • 686 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Describes the latest remote sensing technologies used to detect ice hazards in the marine environment; map surface currents, sea–state and surface winds; study ice dynamics, over ice transportation, oil spill countermeasures, climate changes and ice reconnaisance. Includes such technologies as acoustic sensing, ice–thickness measurement, passive microwave remote sensing, ground wave and surface–based radars.
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Properties of Snow and Ice (E. Lewis, et al.).

Acoustic and Seismic Sensing Techniques (D. Farmer & Y. Xie).

Ice–Thickness Measurement (J. Rossiter & J. Holladay).

Passive Microwave Systems (I. Rubinstein, et al.).

Active Microwave Systems (R. Raney).

Over–the–Horizon Radar (S. Srivastava & J. Walsh).

Surface–Based Radar: Noncoherent (E. Lewis, et al.).

Surface–Based Radar: Coherent (S. Haykin, et al.).

Operational Airborne Radars (R. Lowry).

Synthetic Aperture Radar Images of Sea Ice (C. Livingstone).

RADARSAT and Operational Ice Information (R. Raney & J. Falkingham).

Supplementary Topics and Future Diretions (S. Haykin & R. Raney).

Index.
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Simon Haykin
Edward O. Lewis
R. Keith Raney
James R. Rossiter
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