GNR 642 Scattering Models in Microwave Remote Sensing

Fundamental properties of electromagnetic (EM) waves , Radar imaging basics and radar remote sensing sensors , Microwave Radar scattering principle, Microwave dielectric properties ofhydro-/cryo-/bio-/litho-sphere ,Microwave radar interaction (scattering, absorption, extinction & optical depth), Surface scattering models ,Volume scattering models, Double-bounce and helix scattering models, compounded scattering models, Inversion methods with applications of PolSAR, PolInSAR and TomoSAR.

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