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Assessment of airborne imaging radars for the detection of icebergs

Environmental Studies Revolving Funds (Canada)

Assessment of airborne imaging radars for the detection of icebergs

by Environmental Studies Revolving Funds (Canada)

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementJames R. Rossiter ... [et al.] ; scientific adviser, J. Benoit.
SeriesEnvironmental Studies Research Funds (Canada). Report -- 016
ContributionsRossiter, James R.
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 321 p. :
Number of Pages321
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21669838M
ISBN 100920783155

Helicopter-borne radar imaging of snow cover on and around glaciers in Alaska Alessio GUSMEROLI,1 Gabriel J. WOLKEN,2 Anthony A. ARENDT3 1International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK, USA E-mail: [email protected] 2Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys, Fairbanks, AK, USA 3Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska Fairbanks, . The conclusions indicated that this instrument is well adapted for clear air detection of wind shear (Dabas et al, ). In , a second real-time experiment was set up, combining a Doppler 3D lidar and an X-band Doppler polarimetric radar, in addition to 5 anemometers, in order to have an all-weather detection and monitoring of wind.

GALINet al.: VALIDATION OF AIRBORNE FMCW RADAR MEASUREMENTS OF SNOW THICKNESS OVER SEA ICE 5 Fig. 1. Possible ambiguity condition in returns from the air/snow and snow/ice interfaces. sensitive to is approximately − usable bandwidthCited by: Theilen-Willige B. () The Use of Airborne and Spaceborne Radar Images for the Detection and Investigation of Impact Structures. In: Pohl J. (eds) Research in Terrestrial Impact Structures. Earth Evolution Sciences (International Monograph Series on Interdisciplinary Earth Science Research and Cited by: 2.

APPLICATIONS OF POLARIMETRIC AND INTERFEROMETRIC SAR FOR ICEBERG DETECTION AND MONITORING S. V. NGHIEM JET PROPULSION LABORATORY, MS CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY OAK GROVE DRIVE PASADENA, CALIFORNIA TEL: , FAX: E-MAIL: [email protected] pose serious hazard to .   Airborne Heading to Manitoba Project. Ma by airborneimaging. Airborne Imaging has been awarded a large area LiDAR mapping project in southern Manitoba totaling 2,km². The site is expected to be collected in March and the data processed and delivered before the middle of .


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Iceberg detection, tracking, and management. An iceberg is a very large object that can be detected in the open sea both visually and by principle an iceberg can also be detected by the open sea, an iceberg produces squealing, popping, and creaking sounds caused by mechanical stresses and cracking, and these sounds can be detected underwater up to 2 km (more than a mile) away.

with for improv ed detection of icebergs in SAR imagery. In a detection algorithm was dev eloped by Gill () at DMI for auto- matic iceberg detection in Radarsat : Rasmus Fenger-Nielsen. About icebergs captured in fast ice were visually identified in Sentinel-2 Multi Spectral Imager (MSI) data and exploited for an assessment of the detection scheme performance using confusion.

For Training Purposes Only Airborne-Weather-Radar Interpretation Document is not under revision control. All information is subject to the restrictions stated on the Proprietary Notice. Radar Principles and Operation The name RADAR is a contraction of the words RAdio Detection And Ranging.

The Radar’s beam envelope. This object is located. Iceberg signatures and detection in SAR images in two test regions of the Weddell Sea, Antarctica does not hold for imaging radars such as the synthetic aperture radar (SAR) on board European Remote-sensing the detection of icebergs in ERS-1 images, mainly under open-sea conditions.

In order to eliminate smaller targets. process for distinguishing icebergs, to be assigned absolute values. Iceberg detection in synthetic aperture radar images. Figure 1 shows part of an ERS-1 synthetic aperture radar image (scene centre ° S ° E) depicting icebergs in Prydz Bay adjacent to the Antarctic coastline, about km north-east of Davis Size: KB.

Ship observations of icebergs (e.g. Jacka and Giles,Romanov et al., ) can provide detailed information about their size and shape but are temporally and spatially ite borne sensors, e.g., radar altimeters, scatterometers or Synthetic Aperture Radars (SAR), can provide data with wide area coverage and a relatively high temporal resolution and are increasingly used in Cited by: The imaging radar experiments on the Seasat satellite and on the space shuttle Challenger resulted in wide interest in the use of space-borne imaging radars.

The radar sensors provided unique and complementary all-weather information on sea surface dynamic phenomena similar to what was acquired with visible and infrared imagers.

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Ground-Based High-Frequency Radar Sensors. While D.D. Crombie correctly identified the source of the sea echo observed by HF radars to be the result of coherent scattering by ocean surface waves, 1 efforts to advance both the theory of the phenomenon and its application to providing useful information about the coastal ocean lagged this initial work by a few decades.

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entropy, the dominant backscattering processes for icebergs and sea ice and their potential for iceberg detection are investigated. We used three RS-2 Fine Quad Pol SAR images in the southern Weddell Sea region north of Berkner Island, one recorded on 11 September. Algorithms of CLS performs the detection of the icebergs.

Then, these are validated by a radar analyst who certifies the presence of important icebergs. Then the zones with high density of icebergs are materialized. CLS routinely sends iceberg bulletins and drift forecasting to the PC Course.

Airborne Imaging has the largest, privately owned LiDAR Data library in North America. If you need data fast look no further. All the data has been acquired by Airborne and most is available the next day. Imaging radars have been in use in the Canadian Arctic for over 20 years.

Initially the use was sporadic, as the relatively new, declassified technology in the form of real aperture side-looking airborne radars (SLAR) was flown and the results studied.

Moved Permanently. nginx. Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) satellite image analyses for Iceberg detection The Sentinels are a new fleet of ESA satellites that deliver a wealth of data and imagery that are central to the Europe’s Copernicus programme. Sentinel-1A and Sentinel-1B were launched on 3 April and 25 April   -- The U.S.

Army Test and Evaluation Command built yet another skill for military and civilians during resiliency training March 19 at Aberdeen Proving Ground as. • Detection of icebergs in ENVISAT ASAR WS imagesamong open water, fast ice and drifting iceof size m and more is demonstrated, but if only SAR is used there is ambiguity (false positives) in observations.

With ASTER icebergs down to m can be detected in fast ice. The smallest icebergs (growlers and bergy bits) cannot be detected by the.

The management and monitoring of icebergs and sea ice is an important consideration for any maritime operations that take place in the polar and near-polar regions. Spaceborne synthetic aperture radar (SAR) satellites can provide iceberg detection capabilities over vast Cited by: USDA Forest Service PNW Research Station RMA Vegetation Monitoring and Remote Sensing Team Not all LIDAR data are the same Things that affect LIDAR data for forest measurements: zMission specs (pulse rate, scan pattern, flying height, airspeed, pulse diameter, etc.) zTime of year (leaf-off, leaf-on, snow free, etc.) zLIDAR sensor and data processing zExperience of LIDAR vendor.detection and estimation procedures is quantified by standard test statistics.

With these tests, probabilities of false alarm and detection may be assigned to the detection results. We present numerical results in different noise circumstances, for instance, a simulation of airborne gradiometry over moderate terrain with the inclusion ofFile Size: 4MB.