Can near-inertial internal waves in the East Sea be observed by synthetic aperture radar?

@inproceedings{Kim2005CanNI,
  title={Can near-inertial internal waves in the East Sea be observed by synthetic aperture radar?},
  author={Duk-jin Kim and SungHyun Nam and Hyoung Rok Kim and Wooil M. Moon and Kuh Kim},
  year={2005}
}
[1] Near-inertial (∼18 hours) internal waves were observed in the mid-western part of the East Sea on May 18 and 19, 2004 using C-band Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) images. Current and temperature measurements obtained during the field experiment from 10 May to 9 June 2004 (IWXES2004, Internal Wave eXperiment in the East Sea), were analyzed to investigate the processes by which near-inertial internal waves can be seen in SAR images and how they progress. The spatial distributions of horizontal… CONTINUE READING

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