Special Issue "Satellite Monitoring of Ocean"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 October 2022) | Viewed by 14552
Interests: physical fundamentals of satellite research of the Earth; ocean optics, sea surface radar studies, remote sensing of the aquatic environment; retrieval of wave spectra from the spectra of optical images of the sea surface; satellite monitoring of anomalous natural and anthropogenic processes and phenomena in the seas and oceans (environmental accidents, intense deep discharges, large-scale oil spills, etc.); remote diagnostics of deep processes in the seas and oceans by their manifestations on the surface and in the near-surface layer; satellite research of the Arctic and Antarctic; processing of large data flows from satellites for remote monitoring of seas and oceans
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This Special Issue of JMSE focuses on satellite monitoring of the ocean, which is rapidly evolving with the growing capabilities of state-of-the-art systems for remote sensing of the Earth from space and methods of satellite information processing. The issue contains articles dedicated to modern approaches to solving problems of remote diagnostics of processes on the surface, in the near-surface layer, and in the deep layers of the ocean. Particular attention is paid to the use of satellite methods for the analysis of various anomalous phenomena in the seas and oceans. The physical features of the formation of signal fields in ocean remote sensing facilities and methods to retrieve significant parameters of the aquatic environment, which provide objective information about the state of the seas and oceans, are considered. The possibilities of using passive and active methods and means operating in various ranges of the spectrum of electromagnetic waves for monitoring processes and phenomena in the ocean are shown. The results of the study of anthropogenic and natural impacts on sea areas, based on the analysis of satellite images obtained in the optical and microwave ranges of the spectrum, are presented. The capabilities of methods and assets for processing large flows of satellite information to solve problems of satellite oceanography, including in the waters of the Arctic and Southern Oceans, are analyzed. The issues of assimilation of remote sensing data in numerical ocean models are considered. Application of satellite monitoring techniques and facilities to study physical features of energy exchange between the agitated sea surface, the dynamic near-surface layer of the atmosphere, and deep processes, taking into account the nonlinear interaction of surface waves, are considered.
Prof. Dr. Valery Bondur
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- satellite oceanography
- satellite image processing
- ocean remote sensing
- sea surface spectra
- retrieval of wave spectra
- internal waves
- ocean disasters
- environmental monitoring
- remote sensing data assimilation
- numerical ocean models