ABMR ice thickness model and its application to Bohai Sea in China
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AbstractA non- coherent theoretical model of sea- ice thickness with air- borne microwave radiometer ( ABMR) was deduced based on the analysis of air- ice- water three- layer media. In the model, the high-order item of the brightness temperature was expressed and obtained. From the analysis of the penetration depth of sea- ice and its high- order item in the model, we found that ABMR with a wavelength can only be used to detect a certain range of sea- ice thickness. The maximum detectable sea- ice thickness is dependent on wavelength and precision of ABMR, whereas the minimum detectable sea- ice thickness is only related to wavelength. On this basis, the detectable sea- ice thicknesses of ABMR were calculated. The results were given on the selection of suitable ABMRs in different sea- ice conditions when ABMR is used to detect the ice thickness in Bohai Sea.
All Author(s) ListJi Y, Zhang J, Meng J, Zhang Y
Journal namePROGRESS IN ELECTROMAGNETICS RESEARCH-PIER
Detailed descriptiondoi:10.2528/PIER07071003.
Year2007
Month1
Day1
Volume Number76
PublisherE M W PUBLISHING
Pages183 - 194
ISSN1559-8985
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
Web of Science Subject CategoriesEngineering; Engineering, Electrical & Electronic; Physics; Physics, Applied; Telecommunications

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