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DATE

1986

AUTHORS

F. D. Carsey , H. J. Zwally

ABSTRACT

Remote sensing of the polar oceans ice has revolutionized our view and thinking of sea ice as a global scale phenomenon. The record of pack ice extent and character from isolated ships and stations is woefully sparse even after careful compilations are made. Today the costs and hazards of in situ observations are great, and the time and space scales on which information is required create formidable requirements. Thus, remotely acquired data satisfy a major observational requirement in ice surveillance. Historically, isolated aircraft photographic flights over ice were made nearly throughout the century, and there have been flights with other observing instruments since the 1960’s. The first microwave scanning or image producing instrument in space was the Electrically Scanning Microwave Radiometer (ESMR) on Nimbus 5 launched late in 1972; it provided the first global year-round record of the ice-covered seas. Spaceborne visible light and infrared sensors have flown steadily for more than a decade. The future holds promise of instruments of improved capability for application to sea ice science and operations. More... »

PAGES

1021-1098

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4899-5352-0_17

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