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DopSCA, Scatterometer-based Simultaneous Ocean Vector Current and Wind Estimation. / Hoogeboom, Peter; Stoffelen, Ad; Lopez Dekker, Paco.

Proceedings of the Doppler Oceanography from Space: 10-12 October 2018, Brest, France. IEEE, 2018.

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Hoogeboom, P, Stoffelen, A & Lopez Dekker, P 2018, DopSCA, Scatterometer-based Simultaneous Ocean Vector Current and Wind Estimation. in Proceedings of the Doppler Oceanography from Space: 10-12 October 2018, Brest, France. IEEE, DOFS 2018: Doppler Oceanography from Space, Brest, France, 10/10/18. https://doi.org/10.1109/DOfS.2018.8587276

APA

Hoogeboom, P., Stoffelen, A., & Lopez Dekker, P. (2018). DopSCA, Scatterometer-based Simultaneous Ocean Vector Current and Wind Estimation. In Proceedings of the Doppler Oceanography from Space: 10-12 October 2018, Brest, France IEEE. https://doi.org/10.1109/DOfS.2018.8587276

Vancouver

Hoogeboom P, Stoffelen A, Lopez Dekker P. DopSCA, Scatterometer-based Simultaneous Ocean Vector Current and Wind Estimation. In Proceedings of the Doppler Oceanography from Space: 10-12 October 2018, Brest, France. IEEE. 2018 https://doi.org/10.1109/DOfS.2018.8587276

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Hoogeboom, Peter ; Stoffelen, Ad ; Lopez Dekker, Paco. / DopSCA, Scatterometer-based Simultaneous Ocean Vector Current and Wind Estimation. Proceedings of the Doppler Oceanography from Space: 10-12 October 2018, Brest, France. IEEE, 2018.

BibTeX

@inproceedings{7c1160975e2049018370eeaebb408976,
title = "DopSCA, Scatterometer-based Simultaneous Ocean Vector Current and Wind Estimation",
abstract = "Satellite wind scatterometers like the MetOp SG (Second Generation) SCA of Eumetsat are not designed to measure ocean currents, yet if they could, it would improve the wind vector product and provide important additional information to the oceanographic community for various applications. Previous publications showed this possibility, but only with modifications to the system. In this paper the possibilities of measuring the ocean current vector simultaneously with the wind vector without modifications to the SCA system, are investigated through simulation studies. The measurement principle relies on phase change in a pulse pair measurement. The results indicate that it should be possible with SCA to measure the ocean current vector simultaneously with the wind with an accuracy of better than 1 m/s on a 50 x 50 km grid.",
keywords = "satellite radar, ocean current, wind scatterometer, Doppler measurement",
author = "Peter Hoogeboom and Ad Stoffelen and {Lopez Dekker}, Paco",
year = "2018",
doi = "10.1109/DOfS.2018.8587276",
language = "English",
booktitle = "Proceedings of the Doppler Oceanography from Space",
publisher = "IEEE",
address = "United States",

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RIS

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N2 - Satellite wind scatterometers like the MetOp SG (Second Generation) SCA of Eumetsat are not designed to measure ocean currents, yet if they could, it would improve the wind vector product and provide important additional information to the oceanographic community for various applications. Previous publications showed this possibility, but only with modifications to the system. In this paper the possibilities of measuring the ocean current vector simultaneously with the wind vector without modifications to the SCA system, are investigated through simulation studies. The measurement principle relies on phase change in a pulse pair measurement. The results indicate that it should be possible with SCA to measure the ocean current vector simultaneously with the wind with an accuracy of better than 1 m/s on a 50 x 50 km grid.

AB - Satellite wind scatterometers like the MetOp SG (Second Generation) SCA of Eumetsat are not designed to measure ocean currents, yet if they could, it would improve the wind vector product and provide important additional information to the oceanographic community for various applications. Previous publications showed this possibility, but only with modifications to the system. In this paper the possibilities of measuring the ocean current vector simultaneously with the wind vector without modifications to the SCA system, are investigated through simulation studies. The measurement principle relies on phase change in a pulse pair measurement. The results indicate that it should be possible with SCA to measure the ocean current vector simultaneously with the wind with an accuracy of better than 1 m/s on a 50 x 50 km grid.

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