Sea Ice Monitoring from Space with Synthetic Aperture Radar


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This paper summarizes the knowledge status in some areas of SAR monitoring of sea ice. It starts with a brief summary of the whitepaper by Breivik et al. from OceanObs’09 [3], and then focuses on segmentation and classification, drift estimation, and assimilation strategies, which are considered as key areas in the development of more mature sea ice products from SAR and polarimetric SAR (PoLSAR) data.



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Eltoft, T. , Dierking, W. , Doulgeris, A. , Kasapoglu, G. and Kræmer, T. (2013): Sea Ice Monitoring from Space with Synthetic Aperture Radar , SeaSAR 2012, Proceedings of the conference held 18-22 June 2012 at Tromsø, Norway, ESA SP .


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