Special Issue "Synthetic Aperture Radar: Methods, Analyses, and Marine Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 November 2021.
Interests: coastal remote sensing and air–sea interactions
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Since the SEASAT mission in 1978 provided new insights into the SAR imaging of various oceanic and atmospheric phenomena in the marine environment, the World's oceans have been continuously monitored by spaceborne SARs deployed on several national and international satellite missions and working in different radar bands. The wealth of data resulting from those missions has helped in the development of new observation techniques, in the design of global and regional SAR monitoring systems, and, eventually, in a deepening of our knowledge of various marine processes and phenomena, and their remote sensing by spaceborne SAR.
This Special Issue focuses on the way in which SAR sensors can be used for the monitoring of various processes in the marine environment, and how state-of-the-art data processing techniques can support the analysis of large amounts of routinely acquired SAR data. The processes and phenomena of interest include, but are not restricted to:
- Surface waves and currents;
- Wind fields;
- Marine pollution;
- Target detection.
The analysis techniques may comprise:
- Machine learning;
- Analyses of big data;
- Texture analysis;
- SAR polarimetric decompositions.
We are looking forward to receiving your contribution to this Special Issue on “Synthetic Aperture Radar: Methods, Analyses, and Marine Applications”.
Dr. Martin Gade
Manuscript Submission Information
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- synthetic aperture radar
- SAR monitoring
- marine oil pollution
- SAR wind
- wave fields
- marine environment
- machine learning