Temporal Decorrelation in L-, C-, and X-band Satellite Radar Interferometry for Pasture on Drained Peat Soils

@article{Morishita2015TemporalDI,
  title={Temporal Decorrelation in L-, C-, and X-band Satellite Radar Interferometry for Pasture on Drained Peat Soils},
  author={Yu Morishita and Ramon F. Hanssen},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing},
  year={2015},
  volume={53},
  pages={1096-1104}
}
Temporal decorrelation is one of the main limitations of synthetic aperture radar (SAR) interferometry. For nonurban areas, its mechanism is very complex, as it is very dependent of vegetation types and their temporal dynamics, actual land use, soil types, and climatological circumstances. Yet, an a priori assessment and comprehension of the expected coherence levels of interferograms are required for designing new satellite missions (in terms of frequency, resolution, and repeat orbits), for… CONTINUE READING
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