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Title: Polarimetric Passive Remote Sensing of Wind-generated Sea Surfaces and Ocean Wind Vectors
Authors: Yueh, S.H.
Kwok, R.
Li, F.K.
Nghiem, S.V.
Kwork, R.
Li, F.K.
Nghiem, S.V.
Wilson, W.J.
Kong, J.A.
Issue Date: 18-Oct-1993
Citation: Victoria, BC, Canada
Abstract: This paper investigates the theory of polarimetric passive remote sensing of wind-generated sea surfaces. A two-scale polarimetric scattering and emission model of sea surfaces is developed to interpret existing active and passive remote sensing microwave signatures of sea surfaces, and to investigate the potential application of polarimetic radiometry to ocean surface winds.
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