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2017-2018, Research on analytical technique for satellite observation of Arctic sea ice (17-18) / Kim, Hyun-cheol

Principal Investigator
Kim, Hyun-cheol
Project Period
2017-2018
Summary
Arctic sea ice is a key indicator of climate change. It also plays a key role in the development of the new Northern Sea Route (NSR). Satellite remote sensing technology is a useful tool to conduct observations of sea ice in the Arctic Ocean. Therefore, developing appropriate techniques for processing and analysis to retrieve sea ice indices from satellite images is necessary. A project launched in 2017 at KOPRI to be completed in 2019, “Research on analytical technique for satellite observation of Arctic sea ice" consists of three objectives: 1) development of a satellite data archiving/management system(STAR system); 2) research on data processing and analysis techniques, and 3) coordinating a global satellite observation network for the Arctic.

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