Special Issue "Recent Innovative Microwave Remote Sensing Instrumentation for Land Surface Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2017)
In the last three decades, microwave remote sensing has shown a high potential in characterization of land surface parameters (soil moisture, vegetation biomass, water covers, etc.). In this context, a very rich activity has been developed to propose techniques (satellite, airborne, in situ) and methodologies to optimize contribution of microwave remote sensing, in terms of precision, spatial, and temporal resolutions.
This Special Issue is aimed to the submission of both review and original research articles related to recent innovative microwave remote sensing instrumentation for land surface applications (water resources, forest, agriculture, etc.). The Special Issue is open to contributions in instrumentation, methodologies for data processing, etc., in active microwaves (monostatic, bistatic measurements, interferometry, tomography, etc.), passive microwaves (antennas, interferometry, data processing (RFI, etc.)), GNSS, GNSS-R (instrumentation, data processing for in situ, airborne, satellite measurements, etc.).
Prof. Dr. Mehrez Zribi
Prof. Dr. Nicolas Baghdadi
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