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Title: The wide swath ocean altimeter: algorithm and technology developments for improved ocean topography measurements
Authors: Pollard, Brian D.
Rodriguez, Ernesto
Kitiyakara, Amirit
Akins, Torry
Keywords: ocean topography
Issue Date: 28-Aug-2001
Publisher: Pasadena, CA : Jet Propulsion Laboratory, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 2001.
Citation: NASA Earth Science Technology Conference, College Park, Maryland, August 28, 2001.
Abstract: The Wide Swath Ocean Altimeter (WSOA) is a recently proposed interferometric instrument that would provide nearly complete global ocean topography measurements from a single platform. Several new algorithm and technology developments improve the expected WSOA performance, and facilitate the feasibility of including WSOA on a next generation altimeter mission. Those developments are discussed in this paper.
Other Identifiers: NASA Earth Science Technology Conference, College Park, Maryland, August 28, 2001.
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