Remote Sensing of Sea Surface Salinity : a Case Study in the Burdekin River , North-eastern Australia

Abstract

The principles of remotely sensing sea surface salinity are brietly reviewed, The airborne instrument used for this study is a Scanning Low Frequency Microwave Radiometer (SLFMR). It has spatial resolution of typically 500m (depending on the altitude of the aircraft) and a salinity resolution of about I psu, This configuration is suitable for studying the… (More)

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