• Geography
  • Published 2009

Electromagnetic Scattering Models for the Global Ice Sheet Mapping Orbiter Demonstrator

@inproceedings{Niamsuwan2009ElectromagneticSM,
  title={Electromagnetic Scattering Models for the Global Ice Sheet Mapping Orbiter Demonstrator},
  author={Noppasin Niamsuwan},
  year={2009}
}
Recent interest in mapping the topography of basal surfaces of polar ice sheets motivated the development and deployment of a low-frequency imaging radar. The data available from this system can also be used to provide surface roughness properties at the upper surface of the ice sheet. The reflectivity of the basal surface is also of interest for detecting water bodies that could be present beneath kilometers of ice. Analyzing measured data from this system requires a proper calibration and a… CONTINUE READING

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