Antarctic Ice Sheet and Radar Altimetry: A Review
AbstractAltimetry is probably one of the most powerful tools for ice sheet observation. Our vision of the Antarctic ice sheet has been deeply transformed since the launch of the ERS1 satellite in 1991. With the launch of ERS2 and Envisat, the series of altimetric observations now provides 19 years of continuous and homogeneous observations that allow monitoring of the shape and volume of ice sheets. The topography deduced from altimetry is one of the relevant parameters revealing the processes acting on ice sheet. Moreover, altimeter also provides other parameters such as backscatter and waveform shape that give information on the surface roughness or snow pack characteristics. View Full-Text
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Rémy, F.; Parouty, S. Antarctic Ice Sheet and Radar Altimetry: A Review. Remote Sens. 2009, 1, 1212-1239.
Rémy F, Parouty S. Antarctic Ice Sheet and Radar Altimetry: A Review. Remote Sensing. 2009; 1(4):1212-1239.Chicago/Turabian Style
Rémy, Frédérique; Parouty, Soazig. 2009. "Antarctic Ice Sheet and Radar Altimetry: A Review." Remote Sens. 1, no. 4: 1212-1239.