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Publications about 'average backscatter'
Articles in journal or book chapters
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Albert R. Monteith and Lars M. H. Ulander.
Temporal Survey of P- and L-Band Polarimetric Backscatter in Boreal Forests.
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing,
Keyword(s): SAR Tomography,
remote sensing by radar,
synthetic aperture radar,
L-band polarimetric backscatter,
backscattered radar signal,
biomass retrieval scheme,
synthetic aperture radar data,
electromagnetic scattering mechanisms,
biomass estimation algorithms,
L-band SAR missions,
L-band radar backscatter,
boreal forest site,
mature Norway spruce,
approximately 250 tons/ha,
BorealScat tower-based scatterometer,
HH/VV backscatter ratio,
severe temporal decorrelation,
P-band temporal coherence,
mass 250.0 ton,
time 5.0 min,
noise figure 4.0 dB to 10.0 dB,
Synthetic aperture radar,
synthetic aperture radar (SAR),
Robert N. Treuhaft,
Soren N. Madsen,
and Jakob van Zyl.
Vegetation characteristics and underlying topography from interferometric radar.
Keyword(s): SAR Processing,
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Last modified: Mon Feb 1 16:39:16 2021
Author: Othmar Frey, Earth Observation and Remote Sensing, Institute of Environmental Engineering, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology - ETH Zurich .
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