3 edition of Remote sensing of oceanic parameters during the Skylab/Gamefish Experiment found in the catalog.
Remote sensing of oceanic parameters during the Skylab/Gamefish Experiment
Kenneth H. Faller
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Kenneth H. Faller.|
|Series||NASA reference publication ;, 1012|
|LC Classifications||GC10.4.R4 F34 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||38 p. :|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||81603262|
During the year following the discussions with David Larner, it became apparent that many of the advances in air-sea interaction theory during the s and s were associated with sponsor investments in satellite oceanography and, in particular, remote sensing research. Since ocean surface remote sensing, e.g., scatterometry and SAR. An Introduction to Ocean Remote Sensing describes the use of satellite data in the retrieval of oceanic physical and biological properties. It gives examples of the kinds of data that can be acquired and describes their oceanographic application.
The Application of GIS and Satellite Remote Sensing for Marine Fisheries Management. Marine Fisheries is one of the fields that has been benefitted from the use of Geographic Information System (GIS) and Satellite Remote Sensing (SRS). In spite of the slow progress it made in theFile Size: KB. APPLICATION OF REMOTE SENSING FOR FISHERY RESOURCE ASSESSMENT AND MONITORING INTRODUCTION This is report #18 of a series of progress reports required by the Statement of Work for Skylab Experiment #f entitled "Application of Remote Sensing for Oceanic Gamefish Assessment and Monitoring" under Contract No. TB. ITEMS RECEIVED FROM .
A Strategy for Active Remote Sensing Amid Increased Demand for Spectrum describes the threats, both current and future, to the effective use of the electromagnetic spectrum required for active remote sensing. This report offers specific recommendations for protecting and making effective use of the spectrum required for active remote sensing. Quarterly Report for January - March, Kendall L. Carder, University of South Florida NAS Abstract The algorithm-development activities at USF during the first quarter of have concentrated on data collection and theoretical modeling. Three posters and one talk were given at the 4th International Conference, Remote Sensing for.
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Remote sensing of oceanic parameters during the Skylab/Gamefish Experiment / By Kenneth H. Faller. Abstract "November "es bibliographical references Author: Kenneth H. Faller. Ocean remote sensing is a research area that has undergone tremendous development in the past few decades.
Much research has led to the operational implementation of many scientific algorithms to generate geoscience products that support the general public.
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satellite, Explorer 1. Science was not a primary driver of most early Earth remote sensing satellites. The Sputnik launch and massive U.S. response were deeply embedded in Cold War politics, with each nation attempting to Cited by: Remote sensing has got wide range of applications in the field of coastal engineering, including estimation of sea surface temperature, chlorophyll content, suspended sediment concentration, yellow substance concentration, wave characteristics, potential fishing zone (PFZ) and so by: 4.
Remote-sensing altimeters are designed to retrieve certain geophysical parameters about the surface from the timing and shape of the radar reflections (waveforms). Introduction Since the first flight of an experimental altimeter aboard Skylab (), this class of radars has been developed primarily for observation of the oceans from Earth.
This second edition of An Introduction to Ocean Remote Sensing by Seelye Martin has all the fine attributes of the first edition, and also provides an excellent update on the long-term remote sensing of ocean properties from space.
It covers several innovative new remote sensing satellites that were launched or began to produce results during the 10 years between the two : Kristina Katsaros. Remote sensing data also provides information on the oceanic and atmospheric phenomena El Nino and La Nina.
Through remote sensing of the ocean, certain currents can be analyzed. One of these currents which can play a critical role in the development of tropical systems is the Gulf Stream. Within this framework, all the remote sensing systems, which include airborne/spaceborne sensors and ground-based sensors, are capable of providing information about ocean waves, currents, tides, winds, storm surges, temperature, salinity, suspended sediments (turbidity), chlorophyll, and bathymetry depending on the operating frequency range of the electromagnetic spectrum.
the remote. sensing of Oceanic Parameters during the Skylab Gamefish experiment. A complete re- port of igation and its analysis i,^i scheduled to be completed in dune Abstract. This chapter is devoted to atmospheric and oceanic satellite remote sensing (RS) NN applications.
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This book is a monograph of collected articles by well-known authors in the remote sensing community from Taiwan, China, U. S., Philippines, Hong Kong, and Indonesia. Ocean exploration, undersea remote sensing of marine life and geophysical phenomena, wave propagation and scattering theory in remote sensing through random media and waveguides, statistical estimation and information theory in sensing, linear and nonlinear acoustics and.
Simon Yueh Senior Research Scientist Simon H. Yueh received the Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering in January from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He was a postdoctoral research associate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from February to August In Septemberhe joined the Radar Science and Engineering Section at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Roger A. Pielke Sr., in International Geophysics, Satellite remote sensing is a technique that estimates geophysical parameters from the electromagnetic energy reflected or emitted from the Earth. With a-priori information of the unique scattering/absorbing characteristics of molecular, atmospheric particles and surface properties, scientists can estimate ocean/land surface.
Up-to-date knowledge about Skylab experiments is presented for the purpose of informing high school teachers about scientific research performed in orbit and enabling them to broaden their scope of material selection. The second volume emphasizes the sensing of earth resources.
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