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Title: (abstract) Alaska SAR Facility Ocean and Ice Data Opportunities Over the Next Decade
Authors: Carsey, Frank
Wales, Carl
Issue Date: 12-Aug-1996
Citation: Victoria, British Columbia
Abstract: The Alaska SAR Facility (ASF) is currently processing data from four satellites. All of these generate SAR data useful for ice observations and three of them generate data useful for ocean observations. The data sets from these satellites are available to approved US and other investigators although the approval mechanisms are different. More satellites are planned. These will carry SAR instruments of increased capability for ocean and ice observations. We will discuss the anticipated situation for access to these data sets by the scientific community and we will speculate on what the major oceanographic applications may be.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/26148
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