Analysis of Remote Sensing Observations of Air-Sea Interaction
MIAMI UNIV FL CENTER FOR SOUTHEASTERN TROPICAL ADVANCED REMOTE SENSING
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The long term goal of this proposed project is to improve our understanding of the air-sea interaction as observed by synthetic aperture radar SAR. From numerous studies in the past it has been shown that the atmosphere leaves an imprint on the ocean surface. We propose to analyze and examine different SAR data from L-band, C-band and X-band systems, to refine algorithms that extract information on interactions between the ocean and atmosphere for different meteorological conditions including cyclonic forcing.
- Physical and Dynamic Oceanography
- Active and Passive Radar Detection and Equipment