Assessment and Enhancement of SAR Noncoherent Change Detection of Sea-Surface Oil Spills

@article{Bayndr2018AssessmentAE,
  title={Assessment and Enhancement of SAR Noncoherent Change Detection of Sea-Surface Oil Spills},
  author={Cihan Bayındır and Joseph Frost and Christopher F. Barnes},
  journal={IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering},
  year={2018},
  volume={43},
  pages={211-220}
}
Oil spills are one of the most dangerous catastrophes that threaten the oceans. Therefore, detecting and monitoring oil spills by means of remote sensing techniques that provide large-scale assessments is of critical importance to predict, prevent, and clean oil contamination. In this study, the detection of an oil spill using synthetic aperture radar (SAR) imagery is considered. Detection of the oil spill is performed using change detection algorithms between imagery acquired at different… Expand
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