Special Issue "Sea Surface Roughness Observed by High Resolution Radar"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2018).
A printed edition of this Special Issue is available here.
Interests: plankton ecology; harmful algal bloom; biogeochemistry; remote sensing; biophysical interactions; coastal oceanography; computational fluid dynamics; coral reef ecology
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Interests: ocean remote sensing; synthetic aperture radar; severe weather; tropical cyclones; ocean waves
Interests: near-surface of the ocean; hurricane physics; computational fluid dynamics; remote sensing; coastal ocean; circulation marine and environment engineering
Interests: AI oceanography; big data; ocean remote sensing; physical oceanography; boundary layer meteorology; synthetic aperture radar imaging mechanism; multiple-polarization radar applications; satellite image classification and segmentation
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We are happy to invite you to submit a paper to Remote Sensing for a Special Issue, “Sea Surface Roughness Observed by High Resolution Radar”, which cooperates with the 2018 Ocean Sciences Meeting (https://agu.confex.com/agu/os18/preliminaryview.cgi/Session28340).
Using various radar frequencies, resolutions, and modes of polarization, sea surface features have been analyzed by many research groups, bringing together very different datasets, thus allowing for new insights in small-scale processes at a larger areal coverage.
This Special Issue aims at investigating sea surface features detected by high spatial resolution radars, such as synthetic aperture radar (SAR). Such sea surface features include, but are not limited to: Upwelling, oceanic fronts, coastal processes on reefs, lee waves, swell, wind shadows, wind rolls, internal structures of tropical cyclones, oil seepage and natural slicks, internal waves, and turbulent effects due to wakes. We especially welcome studies on turbulent features at the air–sea interface at a resolution finer than 10 m, with a combination of remote sensing, in situ, and modeling techniques.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
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Pleskachevsky, A.; Rosenthal, W.; Lehner, S. Meteo-marine parameters for highly variable environment in coastal regions from satellite radar images. ISPRS J. Photo. Remote Sens. 2016, 119, 464–484.
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Lehner, S.; Pleskachevsky, A.; Bruck M. High resolution satellite measurements of coastal wind field and sea state. Int. J. Remote Sens. 2012, 33, 7337–7360.
Lehner, S.; Schulz-Stellenifleth, J.; Schättler, B.; Breit, H.; Horstmann, J. Wind and wave measurements using complex ERS-2 SAR wave mode data. IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sens. 2000, 38, 2246–2257.
Lehner, S.; Horstmann, J.; Koch, W.; Rosenthal, W. Mesoscale wind measurements using recalibrated ERS SAR images. J. Geophys. Res. Oceans. 1998, 103, 7847–7856.
Dr. Atsushi Fujimura
Dr. Susanne Lehner
Dr. Alex Soloviev
Dr. Xiaofeng Li
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- Sea surface roughness
- Air-sea interaction