PIERS 2019 in Rome
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PhotonIcs & Electromagnetics Research Symposium
also known as Progress In Electromagnetics Research Symposium

PIERS 2019 in Rome, Italy, 17-20 June, 2019

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PIERS2019 Rome Focus/Special Sessions  
5_FocusSession.SC5: Microwave Remote Sensing of Ocean
Organized by Dr. Xiaofeng Li (Institute of Oceanography, Chinese Academy of Sciences) and Dr. Simon H. Yueh (California Institute of Technology)
Session's Information:
Spaceborne microwave sensors (Scatterometer, Altimeter, Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR), reflectometry, and radiometers) provide high spatial resolution and wide swath coverage of the ocean surface under all weather conditions, day and night. Over the past two decades, ocean surface measurements from microwave sensors have led us in understanding ocean phenomena at different temporal and spatial scales. Associated theoretical work has been carried out worldwide to understand how microwave signals interact with the roughened ocean surface due to various current-wave-wind-film-bathymetry-target interaction mechanisms. This session will include cutting edge research in using microwave sensor measurements to understand sea surface winds, sea surface temperature, sea surface salinity, dynamic topography, oil spill/seep/natural film trajectory, sea ice, and other oceanic features including waves, internal waves, currents, upwelling, tidal fronts, bathymetry, eddies, western boundary currents, rainfall, etc. All work related to theoretical development, application of data from existing satellites and development of new satellite missions are encouraged.
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