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Sea-ice feature mapping using JERS-1 imagery
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|Other titles||Sea ice feature mapping using JERS-1 imagery.|
|Statement||James Maslanik and John Heinrichs.|
|Series||[NASA contractor report] -- NASA-CR-200175., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-200175.|
|Contributions||Heinrichs, John., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
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Get this from a library. Sea-ice feature mapping using JERS-1 imagery. [James Maslanik; John Heinrichs; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Sea Ice Deformation Mapping by Means of SAR on literature and comparisons of JERS-1 and ERS-1 imagery.
Article. dealing with the utilization of L-band SAR imagery for sea ice monitoring is. potential of Sentinel-1 SAR imagery for estimating so il salinity using the five state-of-the-art machine learning algorithms. The key issue of using radar ima ges in the soil salinity mapping in.
Drewry () on remote sensing of large ice masses, mostly carried out using coarse-resolution satellite data.
This paper, however, is restricted to studies of terrestrial glaciers such as ice caps, ice sheets and ice shelves. Thus, those involving sea ice are beyond the scope of the paper. Literatur e on such applications can be found in Piwowar. for mapping of sea ice deformation.
An overview of findings reported in the literature and a comparison of JERS-1 and ERS-1 images is provided in .
Major items to be mentioned are: (a) At L-band, the signature contrast between sea ice deformation features and smooth level ice is larger than at higher radar frequencies. hyperspectral imagery p.
Using at-sensor radiance and reflectance tasseled cap transforms applied to change detection for the ASTER sensor p. Change detection analysis in wetlands using JERS-1 radar data: Tonle Sap Great Lake, Cambodia p. Forward change detection urban sprawl and imperviousness in Lexington, KY p.
Why, for the first time, were scientists able to make regular repeated measurements of the surge of Bering Glacier by using SAR satellite imagery.
Project: World Glaciers Look at a map of the world. See if you can find and point to the areas that currently have much of the Earth’s ice. Ask your teacher or parent for help, if you need to. Repeat-Pass Interferometry was demonstrated using Seasat, ERS-1 and JERS-1 data prior to SIR-C/X-SAR, but none of these systems were set up for optimum topographic mapping.
In the case of Seasat and ERS-1, with a fixed look angle of 23° from nadir, the resulting images in areas of significant topographic relief had too much layover and : Anthony Freeman, Manfred Zink, Edward Caro, Alberto Moreira, Luise Veilleux, Marian Werner. Kher, A., Mitra, S.: Registration of noisy SAR imagery using morphological feature extractor and 2-D cepstrum.
Applications of Digital Image Processing XV () – Google Scholar Cited by: 3. Analysis of JERS-1 (Fuyo-1) SAR data for vegetation discrimination in northwestern Brazil using the semivariogram textural classifier (STC).
International Journal of Remote Sensing, 17(17), Dat Ngo, Gorden Videen, and Petr Chylek. A FORTRAN code for the scattering of EM waves by a sphere with a nonconcentric spherical inclusion. Near-real-time sea ice monitoring in the Northern Sea route using ERS-1 SAR and DMSP SSM/I microwave data Acia Astronautica, Vol,Nos 4 - 8, pp.
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Coulter has served as technical lead on several projects using fine spatial resolution imagery for detecting changes in southern California native habitat and for mapping such things as invasive plants, urban irrigated vegetation, urban canyon fire hazards, and land use.
Coulter is also the operator of an ADAR airborne digital. The mapping of vegetation amount, or more usually a surrogate, is well developed in regional scale epidemiology (Hay et al., ). l'o understand the processes that underpin the pattern of diseases and their,cctors, however, it may be necessary to map the land cover type and this LINKING REMOTE SENSING, LAND COVER AND DISEASE 53 necessitates Cited by: The main goal of this book is to investigate methodologies for assessing the roles and impacts of satellite Earth observations in addressing environmental problems and, in the process, to contribute to thinking about broader questions relating to the interfaces among science, technology, policy, and by: 2.
Larger wetlands tend to have more interior than edge habitat. Once the area effect is removed, recent work in temperate zone wetlands indicates, the most important factors controlling plant diversity are amount of adjoining forest (positively correlated with biotic diversity) and length of nearby road networks (negatively correlated with biotic diversity) (Houlahan et al.
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