By Professor Dr. Costas Tsatsoulis, Dr. Ronald Kwok (auth.)
This e-book reports contemporary advances within the use of SAR imagery for operational functions and for aiding technological know-how investigations of the polar oceans. the real parameters which might be extracted from spaceborne SAR imagery are mentioned. Algorithms utilized in such analyses are defined and knowledge platforms utilized in generating the ocean ice items are provided.
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2 Results... ........... .... ........... ....... ......... 5 Conclusions and Future Directions... ......... .................. ....... 64 References............................................................................................... 65 (a) aO........................ 1 Introduction The ocean-sea ice-atmosphere interface (hereafter referred to as the marine cryosphere) is a major component of the high-latitude Earth system. g. Maykut 1978) and is generally accepted as an important component in the climate system because of its potential to amplify small changes through a variety of feedback mechanisms.
1995). The variability in image texture of multiyear sea ice is due to the spatial pattern of hummock and frozen melt pond surfaces within the multiyear sea ice. 3 GHz energy. Within first-year sea ice, microwave scattering appears to oscillate according to changes in the oceanic and atmospheric heat fluxes. 1994). The relationship appears to be related to the effect of heat fluxes on the dielectrics of the first -year ice surface in the very early part of the winter season and then by atmospheric flux effects on the basal snow layer during the warmer part of the winter season.
1987. (Adapted from Barber et al. 1995) thick first-year and multiyear sea ice follows a form approximated in Fig_ 3. 1987) we can summarize the seasonal evolution of 0'0 as follows: Winter. Within multiyear sea ice, microwave scattering is very stable during the winter period. The primary scattering mechanism is the bubble structure within the surface hummock layer (Onstott 1992). Older forms of ice appear to have a higher magnitude of scattering, due to the larger and deeper hummock layers which contain larger bubble sizes spaced further apart within the hummocks (Barber et al.
Analysis of SAR Data of the Polar Oceans: Recent Advances by Professor Dr. Costas Tsatsoulis, Dr. Ronald Kwok (auth.)