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1 IFREMER 2 FRESNEL - Institut FRESNEL 3 Chatillon - ONERA - The French Aerospace Lab 4 ISSIA 5 NOVELTIS Sté 6 ESTEC - European Space Research and Technology Centre

Abstract : A study has been undertaken which objective is to contribute to the investigation of the validity of microwave surface scattering models used in remote sensing applications, particularly when applied to realistic representations of natural surfaces. These investigations are based on recent implementations of rigorous methods MoM and FDTD and cover a wide range of configurations of observation mono- and bi-static. Both land bare soils and sea surfaces are being investigated.

Keywords : Earth Electromagnetic scattering Extraterrestrial measurements Finite difference methods Remote sensing Rough surfaces Sea measurements Sea surface Soil Surface roughness





Author: Nicolas Reul - Charles-Antoine Guérin - Gabriel Soriano - Elodie Bachelier - Pierre Borderies - Francesco Mattia - Christian Rui

Source: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/



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