This explosion of information about sea ice has fascinated scientists for some 20 years we are now at a point of transition in sea ice studies we are concerned less about ice itself and more about its role in the climate system this change in emphasis has been the prime stimulus for this book. Because of their ability to detect sea ice through clouds during the day and night passive microwave sensors provide nearly complete images of all sea ice covered regions every day these sensors have provided the most complete long term observations of sea ice allowing scientists to detect notable changes in arctic sea ice. During the aidjex main experiment april 1975 through may 1976 a comprehensive microwave sensing program was performed on the sea ice of the beaufort sea surface and aircraft measurements were obtained during all seasons using a wide variety of active and passive microwave sensors the surface program obtained passive microwave measurements of various ice types using four antennas mounted on . However the topic of this special issue will include active and passive microwave remote sensing optical and hyperspectral observations calibration and validation with in situ observations and sea ice model and data fusion and assimilation approaches of remotely sensed imagery. 32nd ursi gass montreal 19 26 august 2017 an experimental study of microwave remote sensing of oil contaminated young sea ice nariman firoozy1 thomas neusitzer2 durell desmond1 tyler tiede2 marcos lemes1 jack landy3 gary stern1 puyan mojabi2 soren rysgaard1 and david g barber1 1 centre for earth observation science university of manitoba winnipeg canada
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