Fifty-one Seasat synthetic-aperture radar (SAR) images of the oceans and sea ice are presented in this document to demonstrate the variety of information contained in this unique and extensive imagery.
Cette ??tude est effectu??e par le Service de l'Environnement et des Ressources Naturelles de la FAO dans le cadre du }3rd Announcement of Opportunity} de l'Agence Spatiale Europ??enne. Cette s??rie a pour but de pr??senter les nouvelles possibilit??s des techniques de t??l??d??tection pour la gestion et la planification des ressources naturelles renouvelables: agriculture, forets et peches. Informations suppl??mentaires sur les pages FAO http://www.fao.org/waicent/faoinfo/sustdev/index_en.htm
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 SeaSat-A synthetic aperture radar imaging radar system (SAR) was the first imaging radar system used as a scientific instrument from Earth orbit. The system generated continuous radar imagery with a 100 km swath at a resolution of 25 m from an 800 km altitude orbit. The imagery is a pictorial representation of the radar backscatter of the Earth's surface in a map-like representation.
The scope of this guide is to help users identify the various types of data that are available from the Third Party Missions, the applications that the data may be used for, and the procedures required for access - including registration, search, selection and retrieval of the data of interest.