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—SAR tomography (SARTom) is an imaging technique that allows multiple phase center separation in the vertical direction , leading to a 3-D reconstruction of the imaged scene. The retrieval of volume structure information (e.g., for forest classification) and the solution of the layover problem are two of the most promising applications. In this letter,(More)
—This paper presents a methodology to process airborne interferometric synthetic aperture radar (SAR) data to measure surface velocity fields (SVFs) of temperate glaciers, and applies it to data acquired over the Aletsch glacier. The first part of this paper deals with the main limitation in airborne interfero-metric SAR to retrieve reliable interferometric(More)
— The initiative to INDREX-II originated from the recommendation of the POLinSAR 2003 workshop held by the European Space Agency (ESA) in Frascati, Italy. From the participating scientists a gap in the knowledge and performance of polarimetric and interferometric SAR over tropical forest has been identified and a recommendation has been given for an(More)
—Synthetic aperture radar (SAR) interferometric data offer the opportunity to measure temperate glacier surface topography and displacement. The increase of the resolution provided by the most recent SAR systems has some critical implications. For instance, a reliable estimate of the phase gradient can only be achieved by using interferogram local(More)
in the bistatic data set , synchronisation is done with the help of calibration targets on ground and based on the analysis of the acquired data compared to expected data. Due to the variant nature of the bistatic acquisition and the required precision for the processing , data are processed using a bistatic backprojection approach .
| During the last decade, synthetic aperture radar (SAR) became an indispensable source of information in Earth observation. This has been possible mainly due to the current trend toward higher spatial resolution and novel imaging modes. A major driver for this development has been and still is the airborne SAR technology, which is usually ahead of the(More)
1. ABSTRACT The Microwaves and Radar Institute of the German Aerospace Center (DLR) is known for consistent work on the field of airborne synthetic aperture radar and its application. In April 2008 the 20th anniversary of the maiden flight of the well-known E-SAR system was celebrated. E-SAR was maintained well over the time. It provided valuable knowledge(More)
We have developed and successfully collected data with a unique, bottom-transecting vehicle (ROVER) that permits the first long time-series measurements of sediment community oxygen consumption (SCOC). This instrument has the, following capabilities: (1) it operates as an autonomous, free vehicle on the sea floor to 6,000-m depth for periods up to 6 months;(More)