Mapping ocean surface features using biogenic slick-fields and SAR polarimetric decomposition techniques

@inproceedings{Schuler2006MappingOS,
  title={Mapping ocean surface features using biogenic slick-fields and SAR polarimetric decomposition techniques},
  author={Dale L. Schuler and Joon Sik Lee},
  year={2006}
}
Polarimetric synthetic aperture radar (POLSAR) backscatter from the ocean contains a great deal of information about the physical surface itself. The authors focus on developing a method using polarimetric information and biogenic slick-fields to map selected ocean surface features. The spiral eddy surface features and slick-fields used in this study are those commonly found in waters of the Southern California Bight. To acquire a new dataset, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and the Naval… CONTINUE READING

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