The Dragon Programme focuses on science and applications development in P.R. China exploiting mainly data from ESA ERS and Envisat missions. This brochure describes the programme, projects and partners.
The document concerns the SAR.PRI product (SAR Precision Image). This is a digital image which is generated from raw SAR data, using-up-to-date auxiliary parameters, corrected for antenna elevation, gain and range spreading loss.
The 2004 Envisat and ERS Symposium was held in Salzburg - Austria from 6 to 10 September 2004. The 2004 Envisat and ERS Symposium provided a forum for investigators to present results of ongoing research project activities and assess the development of applications and services.
The 34th AATSR QWG Meeting was held on 28th/29th March 2017 at RAL, Harwell, U.K. ThisMemorandum states the objectives of the Meeting, gives a selected highlight, and summarisesthe discussions that took place.
The Dragon Programme concerns the exploitation of BSA and Chinese BO data particularly from the ERS and Envisat satellites for monitoring and mapping applications in 16 thematic application areas in the P.R. China. The abstracts presented herein detail the results achieved since the Lijiang Symposium that was held in July 2006 in P.R. China.
Proceedings of the symposium held on 11-14 September 2001 at the University of Sheffield, UK. This Symposium provided a snapshot of where we currently stand in exploiting SAR data to understand geophysical and biophysical processes. It identified important areas for future research, in terms of specific problems and general trends: in total, 80 papers were presented on Forestry, Agriculture and Land Cover, Hazards and DTM, Soils and Hydrology, Snow and Ice, Process Modelling.
Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Science and Applications of SAR Polarimetry and Polarimetric Interferometry held from 24-28 January 2011 at the premises of ESA-ESRIN in Frascati (Rome) Italy.
Proceedings from the 32nd ESLAB Symposium on Remote Sensing Methodology for Earth Observation and Planetary Exploration are presented here. The symposium took place at ESTEC in Noordwijk, the Netherlands, from 15 to 18 September 1998.