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Very-high-resolution image acquisition over arctic sea ice using multiple remote sensing platforms

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Title
Very-high-resolution image acquisition over arctic sea ice using multiple remote sensing platforms
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Very-high-resolution image acquisition over arctic sea ice using multiple remote sensing platforms
Authors
Hyun, Chang-Uk
Kim, Hyun-cheol
Keywords
Arctic ocean; Remote sensing; Satellite image; Sea ice; Very-high-resolution
Issue Date
2017
Citation
Hyun, Chang-Uk, Kim, Hyun-cheol. 2017. Very-high-resolution image acquisition over arctic sea ice using multiple remote sensing platforms. International conference on Port and Ocean Engineering under Arctic Conditions in 2017 (POAC 2017). Novotel Ambassador Busan. 2017.06.11~2017.06.16.
Abstract
Remote sensing of arctic sea ice provides useful information on the status of sea ice such as concentration, extent, motion and surface composition. Very-high-resolution (VHR) imaging acquiring images with a spatial resolution from few meters to few centimeters has become available from various remote sensing platforms, e.g., satellite, helicopter and unmanned aerial vehicle. In this study VHR image acquisition over arctic sea ice using multiple remote sensing platforms, and image processing protocols for extracting information from the acquired images are demonstrated. The VHR images and products from the images can be applicable to validate sea ice concentration data from coarse resolution remote sensing data, and can be used as an alternative reference data decreasing requirements for in-situ measurements. Furthermore, the VHR images can support safe research activities using icebreaker research vessel by providing the sea ice condition around the vessel.
URI
http://repository.kopri.re.kr/handle/201206/8282
Conference Name
International conference on Port and Ocean Engineering under Arctic Conditions in 2017 (POAC 2017)
Conference Place
Novotel Ambassador Busan
Conference Date
2017.06.11~2017.06.16
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