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Sea Ice Roughness From Airborne LIDAR Profiles

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4 Author(s)
M. B. Rivas ; Astrodynamics Res., Colorado Univ., Boulder, CO ; J. A. Maslanik ; J. G. Sonntag ; P. Axelrad

Light detection and ranging (LIDAR) data acquired during the AMSR-Ice03 Arctic flights are used to observe and characterize the spectral behavior of sea ice roughness. Height distributions and roughness spectral densities are derived from surface profiles measured over a variety of sea ice types. The spectral densities are fit to Lorentzian curves to obtain the correlation length and root-mean-square height of roughness within the sampling bandpass of the LIDAR profiler. The utilization of these spectral parameters outside of their bandpass is also discussed

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IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing  (Volume:44 ,  Issue: 11 )