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PIERS 2016 in Shanghai, China, 8 August - 11 September, 2016

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PIERS2016 Shanghai Focus/Special Sessions  
Remote Sensing of the Atmosphere, Ocean, Hydrology and Cryosphere
Organized by Prof. Shuanggen Jin (Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
 
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Nowadays, GNSS and SAR have wide applications in atmosphere, ocean, hydrology and cryosphere remote sensing together with other sensors (e.g. ICESat, Laser, GRACE and Radar Altimetry etc.). Also an integrated approach of synthesizing various remote sensing data and combining them with in situ measurements and geophysical models is highly desirable.
This session will address current remote sensing capabilities, progress and future directions for atmospheric sounding, soil moisture, water cycle, ice motion, ocean circulation, ocean tides, air-sea interactions, global/regional oceanographic processes, and geohazard monitoring. This session also welcomes submissions that combine GNSS-Reflectometry with in-situ Tide-gauge observations, SAR, Scatterometry and Altimetry data for monitoring, comparing and calibration, as well as propose new applications for these observations, and present future missions/challenges. Papers on emerging technologies and combination of existing and new sensors including those deployed on aircraft and on operational applications are particularly encouraged.
 
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