Wetland Classfication Based on Plarimetric SAR Decompositions
- Wetland Classfication Based on Plarimetric SAR Decompositions
- Hong, Sang-Hoon
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- Hong, Sang-Hoon, Hyun-Ok Kim, and Shimon Wdowinski. 2014. Wetland Classfication Based on Plarimetric SAR Decompositions. 2014 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, Quebec. 2014.07.13-18.
- Polarimetric SAR observations are very useful to characterrize and monitor the Earth's surface because they provide more information than single channel SAR data. We developed a new decomposition, which accounted for double bounce scattering in cross polarization signal. We used our four-component decomposition to characterize the wetland vegetation in the Everglades using three quad-polarimetric data sets: TerraSAR-X, Radarsat-2, and ALOS. We used the decomposition results to generate vegetation classification maps using Trimble eCognition software.
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- 2014 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium
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