Surface Clutter and Echo Location Analysis for the Interpretation of SHARAD Data From Mars

Abstract

This letter presents a suite of analysis techniques designed to support the interpretation of data from the Shallow Radar on Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. Cross-track surface echoes (“clutter”) with a time delay similar to potential subsurface echoes are known to present a major challenge to orbital radar sounding; furthermore, we demonstrate… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/LGRS.2016.2581799

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@article{Choudhary2016SurfaceCA, title={Surface Clutter and Echo Location Analysis for the Interpretation of SHARAD Data From Mars}, author={Prateek Choudhary and John W. Holt and Scott D. Kempf}, journal={IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters}, year={2016}, volume={13}, pages={1285-1289} }