Special Issue "Recent Trends and Advances in Microwave Sea Remote Sensing"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 August 2023) | Viewed by 6323
2. Pilot National Laboratory for Marine Science and Technology, Qingdao 266237, China
Interests: asymptotic and numerical simulations of electromagnetic wave scattering; ocean microwave remote sensing
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Interests: ocean remote sensing (including physics, data interpretation, applications, and laboratory simulation); ocean surface processes (including wind friction, wave spectra, skin layer physics, and surfactant effects); upper ocean dynamics (including internal wave dynamics and ocean–atmospheric coupling); meso-scale ocean dynamics; solitary waves in the atmosphere and ocean; space shuttle photographic applications
Over the last 40 years, microwave remote sensing has played an increasingly important role in ocean observations, such as ocean wave inversion, internal wave observation, and sea surface wind field measurements. In this regard, a wealth of research has been conducted and a large amount of data has been obtained. Microwave ocean remote sensing has shown high potential with the rapid development of microwave sensors such as SAR, altimeters, scatterometers, and radiometers, in addition to the advanced interferometric radar altimeter, synthetic aperture radar altimeter, and wave spectrometer.
This Special Issue aims to highlight recent trends and advances in microwave ocean remote sensing. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Observations of oceanic phenomena;
- Ocean element inversion;
- Error analysis;
- Simulation analysis and algorithms;
- Methodologies for data processing.
Dr. Yunhua Wang
Dr. Quanan Zheng
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