Special Issue "Sea Ice Remote Sensing and Analysis"
A special issue of Remote Sensing (ISSN 2072-4292).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 April 2016) | Viewed by 77016
Interests: passive microwave remote sensing; sea ice; Arctic climate change
Interests: satellite and airborne remote sensing of Arctic sea ice; sea ice motion; evolution of sea ice characteristics during summer melt; trends in Arctic sea ice age and thickness
Our capabilities to remotely gather information on Arctic and Antarctic sea ice are increasing greatly. New satellite and airborne technologies are being deployed and even further improvements are under development. Additionally, new methods are being developed to maximize the effectiveness of current and historical data. These new methods and new technologies promise to greatly increase our understanding of sea ice. However, can our understanding keep up with the rapid changes in the sea ice itself? Prospective authors are invited to contribute to this Special Issue of Remote Sensing by submitting an original manuscript of their latest research results on advances in sea ice remote sensing.
We welcome submissions on all aspects of sea ice remote sensing, airborne and satellite, including integration of remotely sensed data with in situ observations, model outputs, and in data assimilation contexts, including:
- Products from new satellite instruments such as: AMSR2, CryoSat-2, SMOS, SMAP, Aquarius, VIIRS
- New approaches and analyses from historical time series such as: ESMR, SMMR, SSMI-SSMIS, ICESat, ERS-1/2, RADARSAT, AVHRR, MODIS
- Aircraft campaigns, including: IceBridge, CryoSat-2 validation, etc.
- Validation of sea ice remote sensing observations including comparison/integration with in situ data
- Data fusion (combined sensor products) and data assimilation techniques for remotely-sensed sea ice data
- Use of remote sensing fields for operational applications of sea ice analysis and forecasting
- Remote sensing products for comparison with and validation of sea ice models
Dr. Mark Tschudi
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- sea ice
- remote sensing
- sea ice thickness
- snow on sea ice
- passive microwave
- data fusion
- data assimilation
- operational analysis