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Coastal and Marine Applications of Wide Swath SAR
Volume 21, Number 1 (January–March 2000)

NOAA asked The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory to organize a symposium. The symposium was held in the KossiakoffCenter on 23–25 March 1999. Nearly 100 participantscame from seven countries; 37 presentations were de-livered, and 24 of those presentations evolved into thearticles published herein.

OVERVIEWS

Guest Editor's Introduction

R. C. Beal and W. G. Pichel

OVERVIEWS

SAR Symposium Keynote Address

R. S. Winokur

OVERVIEWS

Toward an International Storm Watch Using Wide Swath SAR

R. C. Beal

OVERVIEWS

Serendipity in the Use of Satellite Scattermometer, SAR, and Other Sensor Data

R. A. Brown

OVERVIEWS

SAR Signatures of the Marine Atmospheric Boundary Layer: Implications for Numerical Forecasting

G. S. Young

OVERVIEWS

Canadian Progress Toward Marine and Coastal Applications of Synthetic Aperture Radar

P. W. Vachon, P. Adlakha, H. Edel, M. Henschel, B. Ramsay, D. Flett, M. Rey, G. Staples, and S. Thomas

OVERVIEWS

Coastal Observing Systems: The Role of Synthetic Aperture Radar

J. A. Johannessen

OVERVIEWS

NOAA Coast Watch SAR Applications and Demonstration

W. G. Pichel and P. Clemente-Colón

WIND, STORMS, AND THE MARINE ATMOSPHERIC BOUNDARY LAYER

Mapping High-Resolution Wind Fields Using Synthetic Aperture Radar

D. R. Thompson and R. C. Beal

WIND, STORMS, AND THE MARINE ATMOSPHERIC BOUNDARY LAYER

Wind, Slick, and Fish Boat Observations with Radarsat ScanSAR

J. Gower and S. Skey

WIND, STORMS, AND THE MARINE ATMOSPHERIC BOUNDARY LAYER

The Alaska SAR Demonstration and Near-Real-Time Synthetic Aperture Radar Winds

F. Monaldo

WIND, STORMS, AND THE MARINE ATMOSPHERIC BOUNDARY LAYER

Monitoring Hurricanes over the Ocean with Wide Swath SAR

K. S. Friedman and X. Li

WIND, STORMS, AND THE MARINE ATMOSPHERIC BOUNDARY LAYER

Wind Fields from SAR: Could They Improve Our Understanding of Storm Dynamics?

K. B. Katsaros, P. W. Vachon, P. G. Black, P. P. Dodge, and E. W. Uhlhorn

WIND, STORMS, AND THE MARINE ATMOSPHERIC BOUNDARY LAYER

Testing the Diagnosis of Marine Atmospheric Boundary-Layer Structure from Synthetic Aperture Radar

T. D. Sikora, D. R. Thompson, and J. C. Bleidorn

WIND, STORMS, AND THE MARINE ATMOSPHERIC BOUNDARY LAYER

Computation of Wind Vectors over the Ocean Using Spaceborne Synthetic Aperture Radar

J. Horstmann, S. Lehner, W. Koch, and R. Tonboe

WIND, STORMS, AND THE MARINE ATMOSPHERIC BOUNDARY LAYER

Extracting Fine-Scale Wind Fields from Synthetic Aperture Radar Images of the Ocean Surface

P. D. Mourad, D. R. Thompson, and D. C. Vandemark

OCEANS, FISHERIES, AND COASTAL FLOODING

Low-Backscatter Ocean Features in Synthetic Aperture Radar Imagery

P. Clemente-Colón and X.-H. Yan

OCEANS, FISHERIES, AND COASTAL FLOODING

Ocean Feature Monitoring with Wide Swath Synthetic Aperture Radar

S. Wu, A. Liu, G. Leonard, and W. G. Pichel

OCEANS, FISHERIES, AND COASTAL FLOODING

Estimating Oceanic Mixed-Layer Depth from Internal Wave Evolution Observed from Radarsat-1 SAR

X. Li, P. Clemente-Colón, and K. S. Friedman

OCEANS, FISHERIES, AND COASTAL FLOODING

The Role of Wide Swath SAR in High-Latitude Coastal Management

R. B. Olsen and T. Wahl

OCEANS, FISHERIES, AND COASTAL FLOODING

International Fisheries Enforcement Management Using Wide Swath SAR

D. R. Montgomery

OCEANS, FISHERIES, AND COASTAL FLOODING

Flood and Coastal Zone Monitoring in Bangladesh with Radarsat ScanSAR: Technical Experience and Institutional Challenges

D. Werle, T. C. Martin, and K. Hasa

FUTURE MISSIONS AND DATA POLICY

Synthetic Aperture Radar in Europe: ERS, Envisat, and Beyond

E. Attema, Y.-L. Desnos, and G. Duchossois

FUTURE MISSIONS AND DATA POLICY

Rapid-Repeat SAR Imaging of the Ocean Surface: Are Daily Observations Possible?

B. Holt and J. Hilland

FUTURE MISSIONS AND DATA POLICY

International Policy on Wide Swath SAR Ocean Weather Data

R. K. Raney and C. S. Nielson

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