Browsing by Subject "L-band radiometer"
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A sensitivity study of land surface temperature to soil moisture using in-situ and spaceborne observations (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2014)
Restricted access - publisher's policySurface Soil Moisture (SSM) affects the soil surface energy balance and thus affects the Land Surface Temperature (LST), and viceversa. Currently, LST and SSM are remotely sensed using TIR sensors and L-band radiometers, ...
Open AccessThe Dome-C region, in the East Antarctic Plateau, is regarded as an ideal natural laboratory for calibration/validation of space-borne microwave radiometers. At L-band, the thermal stability of this region has been confirmed ...
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2015)
Restricted access - publisher's policyThe Dome-C region, in the East Antarctic Plateau, has been used for calibration/validation of satellite microwave radiometers since the 1970's. However, its use as an independent external target has been recently questioned ...
Restricted access - publisher's policyPassive microwave remote sensing at L-band is considered to be the most suitable technique to measure soil moisture and ocean salinity. These two variables are needed as inputs of predictive models, to improve climate and ...