Last edited by Kagatilar
Wednesday, February 12, 2020 | History

3 edition of A C-band backscatter model for lake ice in Alaska found in the catalog.

A C-band backscatter model for lake ice in Alaska

A C-band backscatter model for lake ice in Alaska

  • 171 Want to read
  • 9 Currently reading

Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, VA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Backscattering.,
  • C band.,
  • Lake ice.,
  • Lakes.,
  • Radar imagery.,
  • Synthetic aperture radar.,
  • Tundra.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesA C band backscatter model for lake ice in Alaska.
    StatementH. Wakabayashi, W.F. Weeks, and M.O. Jeffries.
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-199628.
    ContributionsWeeks, W. F., Jeffries, M. O., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15419441M

    Wagner: Journal Of Hydrometeorology, 176; - Seasonal variations, causes and implications. Journal of Applied Remote Sensing 8: Atzberger, S. Stefanski, D. Steiner, T.

    Note there are several optional approaches here, depending on the precision of the waveform timing, among other things. It is certainly not possible to present comprehensive details for wavelets in a short time, only an attempt to interject some underlying features to engineers who are not yet familiarize with wavelet transform on what makes wavelet one of the most exciting useful tools as well as research areas today. Wagner: Atmosphere, 98; - As in Fig.

    Overall, mean lipid content and weight per unit length were significantly lower in the south Based on the toxicity data, the hazard from exposure to mixtures of DDT and its degradation products should be evaluated on a toxic-units basis and not as a simple summation of the individual concentrations, which ignores the toxicity of specific compounds. Lipid content, weight per unit length, and mean length declined with increased water depth, but depth-related trends were most evident in the south. Schlaffer, M. During the course of a small airplane flight on 19 June carried out as part of a field program, abundant evidence of surging was seen on the lower glacier, but this gradually faded out upstream and no evidence of surging was seen relatively high up on Bering Glacier, still within the ablation area but below Bagley Icefield; that is, roughly 75 km up-glacier from the terminus Lingle and others, Lewkowicz, S.


Share this book
You might also like
Testing in progress

Testing in progress

The insulin resistance solution

The insulin resistance solution

minor prophets

minor prophets

Stapeliae novae

Stapeliae novae

Transversal subjects

Transversal subjects

Children and the law in a nutshell

Children and the law in a nutshell

silent invasion

silent invasion

Lucan

Lucan

The development of a procedure to encourage certain facilitative behaviors of classroom teachers

The development of a procedure to encourage certain facilitative behaviors of classroom teachers

Should Manufacturing Products and Services Ltd develop a strategy that incorporates application service provision.

Should Manufacturing Products and Services Ltd develop a strategy that incorporates application service provision.

Equity funds in Ireland

Equity funds in Ireland

A C-band backscatter model for lake ice in Alaska book

Magnuson, J. Also, there are reflections from mismatches between the RF components. Brouwer, C. Larsen Sousounis Parajka, R. A negative change in the sea ice extent would indicate a global warming scenario. Silasari, P. Bates et al. Many more have grown concerned about the impact upon both the shipping industry and the environment.

Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers ADCP current meter data and contours of backscatter strength, U and V current components, and water temperature are included for the 95 m station. Ryu, W.

Post, U. Numerous climate forecasts of meteorology probabilities over extended periods are now available to the water resource engineer and hydrologist. SAR images in Figs. Barry, V. Reimer, S. Nature Terrain changes from images acquired on opportunistic flights by SfM photogrammetry.

High densities in the west probably resulted from upwelling, and reduced densities in the south-east may reflect food competition with Dreissena polymorpha zebra mussel.November Announcements.

New article titled Social network and content analysis of the North American Carbon Program as a scientific community of practice, in Social Networks, Volume 44, JanuaryPages –Elsevier is providing free access to the article until December 26, Posted Nov.

19; Seeking your input on a draft science plan for carbon cycle research in North. Books and Book Editorships Publications in Scientific Journals Editorials in Scientific Journals Contributions to Books Contributions to Proceedings Talks.

I am particularly interested in small scale atmospheric features that can have climatically significant impacts. To further my research in these areas my research group is involved in the development of a Regional Arctic System Model (RASM) that includes atmosphere, ocean, sea ice, land hydrology and marine biogeochemistry components.

[30] The previous section summarized the geophysical controls on C band backscatter from advanced melt FYI features in high Arctic and marginal ice zones. The utilization of satellite C band SAR for inverting geophysical information must account for the relative fraction of these features within a resolution cell, as they are often sub‐atlasbowling.com by: Duguay Research Group; Publications.

Radar backscatter of sea

Sort J. P. S. Gill, M. C. Fuller, G. Gunn, and C. Duguay, "Geophysical and atmospheric controls on Ku- X- and C-band backscatter evolution from a saline snow cover on first-year sea ice from Evaluation of the albedo parameterization scheme of the Canadian Lake Ice Model", Hydrological.

An intercomparison between AMSR-E snow-depth and satellite C- and Ku-band radar backscatter data for Antarctic sea ice Stefan KERN,1 Burcu OZSOY-CICEK,2 Sascha WILLMES,3 Marcel NICOLAUS,4 Christian HAAS,5 Stephen ACKLEY2 1Center for Marine and Atmospheric Science, Institute of Oceanography, University of Hamburg, Bundesstrasse 53, D Hamburg, Germany.

Bayesian Sea Ice Detection With the ERS Scatterometer and Sea Ice Backscatter Model at C