Applications of Synthetic Aperture Radar and Optical Satellite to Studying Surface & Underwater Phenomena in KIOST: Current Status

Title
Applications of Synthetic Aperture Radar and Optical Satellite to Studying Surface & Underwater Phenomena in KIOST: Current Status
Author(s)
양찬수; Kazuo
KIOST Author(s)
Yang, Chan Su(양찬수)
Alternative Author(s)
양찬수; Kazuo
Publication Year
2014-11-28
Abstract
The principal methodologies and preliminary results are summarized on the computation of backscatter radar cross section (RCS) based on the small perturbation method (SPM) and comparison with the RADARSAT-1 SAR images of internal waves in the South China Sea, RCS from the sea surface perturbed by varying currents in the shallow waters using the Monte-Carlo technique and the method of moment (MoM), and on the detection of submerged marine cultivation nets by polarimetric analysis.In addition, we introduce the applications of SAR and other instruments to maritime safety and security including maritime traffic monitoring, target identification and classification. Oil spill monitoring will be also presented with the detection method and integration with prediction in the case of Hebei Spirit oil spill accident.he South China Sea, RCS from the sea surface perturbed by varying currents in the shallow waters using the Monte-Carlo technique and the method of moment (MoM), and on the detection of submerged marine cultivation nets by polarimetric analysis.In addition, we introduce the applications of SAR and other instruments to maritime safety and security including maritime traffic monitoring, target identification and classification. Oil spill monitoring will be also presented with the detection method and integration with prediction in the case of Hebei Spirit oil spill accident.
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/25715
Bibliographic Citation
해양환경안전학회 추계학술발표회, pp.1, 2014
Publisher
해양환경안전학회
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
해양환경안전학회
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