Microwave remote sensing laboratory design
- Friedman, E.
- Mar 1, 1979.
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- Application of active and passive microwave remote sensing to the study of ocean pollution is discussed. Previous research efforts, both in the field and in the laboratory were surveyed to derive guidance for the design of a laboratory program of research. The essential issues include: choice of radar or radiometry as the observational technique; choice of laboratory or field as the research site; choice of operating frequency; tank sizes and material; techniques for wave generation and appropriate wavelength spectrum; methods for controlling and disposing of pollutants used in the research; and pollutants other than oil which could or should be studied.
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- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19790016248.
Accession ID: 79N24419.
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