Végétation

Interactions des ondes radar avec la végétation L’interaction des micro-ondes avec la végétation donne lieu à des processus extrèmement variés à la surface du globe,…

Rugosité de surface

Qu’est-ce qu’une surface rugueuse ? La rugosité du sol est l’un des facteurs importants qui influencent la rétrodiffusion radar. La rugosité est une propriété commune…

Topography

Effects of imaging geometry Now you know that a radar system is looking to the side, away from the nadir line below the sensor. This…

Vegetación

Interacciones de las microondas con la vegetación La relación entre los diferentes tipos de vegetación y los procesos de scattering resultantes son complejos y bastante…

Rugosidad de la superficie

Midiendo un mundo rugoso… La rugosidad de la superficie es un parámetro importante que influye en nuestra señal de backscattering radar. Las superficies naturales pueden…

Surface Roughness

Sensing a rough world … The surface roughness is a major parameter influencing our radar backscatter signal. Natural surfaces can generally be considered to be…

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