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Airborne Remote Sensing of the Upper Ocean Turbulence during CASPER-East

Ivan Savelyev, William Miller, Mark Sletten, Geoffrey Smith, Dana Savidge, Glendon Frick, Steven Menk, Trent Moore, Tony de Paolo, Eric Terrill, Qing Wang, Robert Shearman
2018 Remote Sensing  
This study takes on the challenge of resolving upper ocean surface currents with a suite of airborne remote sensing methodologies, simultaneously imaging the ocean surface in visible, infrared, and microwave  ...  Details of the skin temperature variability imprinted by the upper ocean turbulence were revealed in 1–14,000 m range of spatial scales by a mid-wave infrared camera.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs10081224 fatcat:b3pibsfy6bchxl4p2nmkitr4iy

CASPER: Coupled Air–Sea Processes and Electromagnetic Ducting Research

Qing Wang, Denny P. Alappattu, Stephanie Billingsley, Byron Blomquist, Robert J. Burkholder, Adam J. Christman, Edward D. Creegan, Tony de Paolo, Daniel P. Eleuterio, Harindra Joseph S. Fernando, Kyle B. Franklin, Andrey A. Grachev (+30 others)
2018 Bulletin of The American Meteorological Society - (BAMS)  
We also thank the crews of the R/V Atlantic Explorer, R/V Hugh R. Sharp, and the CIRPAS Twin Otter and all participants of the CASPER field campaign for their hard work in the field.  ...  CASPER thanks the funding support of the Office of Naval Research (ONR) under its Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) program, Grant N0001416WX00469, under project managers Dr.  ...  Naval Research Laboratory, a Saab 340 joined CASPER with remote sensing capabilities for ocean surface measurements.  ... 
doi:10.1175/bams-d-16-0046.1 fatcat:xav7zvb6q5ay5n3kfq5nyyzela

Arctic Regional Methane Fluxes by Ecotope as Derived Using Eddy Covariance from a Low Flying Aircraft

David S. Sayres, Ron Dobosy, Claire Healy, Ed Dumas, John Kochendorfer, Jason Munster, Jordan Wilkerson, Bruce Baker, James Anderson
2016 Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions  
Aircraft measurements of surface flux can play an important role in bridging the gap between ground-based measurements and regional measurements from remote sensing instruments and models.  ...  We find that wet sedge areas dominate the methane fluxes with a mean flux of 2.1&amp;thinsp;μg&amp;thinsp;m<sup>&amp;minus;2</sup>&amp;thinsp;s<sup>&amp;minus;1</sup> during the first part of August, with  ...  The authors wish to gratefully acknowledge the efforts and exceptional flying of our pilot, Bernard "Bernie" Charlemagne, without whom these data could not have been collected.  ... 
doi:10.5194/acp-2016-862 fatcat:e3qbhq23qvcwxngkbhg2krk46e

Arctic regional methane fluxes by ecotope as derived using eddy covariance from a low-flying aircraft

David S. Sayres, Ronald Dobosy, Claire Healy, Edward Dumas, John Kochendorfer, Jason Munster, Jordan Wilkerson, Bruce Baker, James G. Anderson
2017 Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics  
Aircraft measurements of surface flux can play an important role in bridging the gap between ground-based measurements and regional measurements from remote sensing instruments and models.</p>  ...  We find that wet sedge areas dominate the methane fluxes with a mean flux of 2.1<span class="thinspace"></span>µg m<sup>−2</sup> s<sup>−1</sup> during the first part of August.  ...  The authors wish to gratefully acknowledge the efforts and exceptional flying of our pilot, Bernard "Bernie" Charlemagne, without whom these data could not have been collected.  ... 
doi:10.5194/acp-17-8619-2017 fatcat:u3eiapp2pjbqlbmo7kig2hgsi4

Coastal impacts on offshore wind farms – a review focussing on the German Bight area

Johannes Schulz-Stellenfleth, Stefan Emeis, Martin Dörenkämper, Jens Bange, Beatriz Cañadillas, Thomas Neumann, Jörge Schneemann, Ines Weber, Kjell Zum Berge, Andreas Platis, Bughsin' Djath, Julia Gottschall (+6 others)
2022
of the ocean surface.  ...  including the formulation of priorities.  ...  Remote Sensing Remote sensing devices for wind measurements open up the possibility to measure wind speeds at locations far from the measurement system.  ... 
doi:10.5445/ir/1000146745 fatcat:weyu75tabvcptdxzkbrhzfurdy

Comparison of procedures for determination of acoustic nonlinearity of some inhomogeneous materials

L. Bjørnø
1983 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
(LMPRS} find many applications in acoustic remote sensing in the ocean.  ...  At higher modes the lower limit departed from the upper limit due to the thermal inertia of the resistance thermometer.  ...  The source and receiver move with constant horizontal velocity in the upper portion of a deep ocean and are separated by relatively short range.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.2020879 fatcat:eid6pixobjetzhkfpo6h2okzua

Polar Systems under Pressure

H Kassens, D Damaske, B Diekmann, D Fütterer, G Heinemann, U Karsten, E Pfeiffer, J Regnery, M Scheinert, J Thiede, R Tiedemann, D Wagner (+1 others)
2018 27 th International Polar Conference Rostock   unpublished
Acknowledgements: This research is a contribution to the Russian-German project CATS funded by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation (RFMEFI61617X0076) and the German Ministry  ...  of Education and Research (03F0776).  ...  ATMOSPHERE-OCEAN-ICE INTERACTIONS IN ARCTIC POLYNYAS: A LONG-TERM ANALYSIS USING HIGH-RESOLUTION SIMULATIONS AND REMOTE SENSING We analyse sea ice production using remote sensing methods and numerical  ... 
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Human impacts and their interactions in the Baltic Sea region

Marcus Reckermann, Anders Omstedt, Tarmo Soomere, Juris Aigars, Naveed Akhtar, Magdalena Bełdowska, Jacek Bełdowski, Tom Cronin, Michał Czub, Margit Eero, Kari Petri Hyytiäinen, Jukka-Pekka Jalkanen (+15 others)
2022 Earth System Dynamics  
As part of the Baltic Earth Assessment Reports (BEAR), we present an inventory and discussion of different human-induced factors and processes affecting the environment of the Baltic Sea region, and their  ...  A multitude of human impacts, including climate change, affect the different compartments of the environment, and these effects interact with each other.  ...  Remote Sensing https://doi.org/10.1002/2014GB004888, 2014. and Digital Image Processing, edited by: Gutman, G. et al., 6, Gustafsson, E., Omstedt, A., and Gustafsson, B.  ... 
doi:10.5194/esd-13-1-2022 fatcat:npg6vtczfnbjrgxexeeuldnzva

Underwater noise due to precipitation

Lawrence A. Crum, Hugh C. Pumphrey, Andrea Prosperetti, Leif Bjorno
1989 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
The many successes of this young science range from the identification and counting of physical and biological inhomogeneities, such as microbubbles, zooplankton, and fish, to the remote sensing of distant  ...  Sound propagation is the preeminent technique for sensing, identifying, and communicating under the ocean surface.  ...  Remote sensing of the ocean bottom using the vertical directionality of the ambient noise in the water column. Michael J.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.2026824 fatcat:xbwjl6wggjh5xee7ci2vcphfd4

Quantitative assessment of spatial sound distortion by the semi-ideal recording point of a hear-through device

Pablo Hoffmann, Flemming Christensen, Dorte Hammersho/i
2013 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
Broadband backscattering collected in the Connecticut River Estuary in 2009 in concert with in situ measurements of turbulence have illustrated the potential of these techniques for quantitative remote-sensing  ...  allow remote-sensing of the path-averaged statistical structure and motion of the intervening flow, will also be discussed.  ...  ., The Univ. of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX) The geo-acoustic parameters are of great importance in determining how the sea bottom affects sound propagation in the ocean.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.4805375 fatcat:u4bvxh6karet3avpjdhpfwqpf4

Biological Opinion on (1) United States (U.S.) Navy Mariana Islands Training and Testing Activities; and (2) the National Marine Fisheries Service's promulgation of regulations and issuance of a letter of authorization pursuant to the Marine Mammal Protection Act for the U.S. Navy to "take" marine mammals incidental to Mariana Islands Training and Testing activities from August 2020 through August 2027

2020
Target Related Materials At-sea targets are usually remotely-operated airborne, surface, or subsurface traveling units, many of which are designed to be recovered for reuse.  ...  East Indian-West Pacific DPS The East Indian-West Pacific DPS green turtle is found in the Indian Ocean from Southeast Asia through Western Australia.  ... 
doi:10.25923/6r20-b791 fatcat:veiepfsuibddzon6vwjgz4gyoq

Biological and Conference Opinion on U.S. Navy Atlantic Fleet Training and Testing and the National Marine Fisheries Service's Promulgation of Regulations Pursuant to the Marine Mammal Protection Act for the Navy to "Take" Marine Mammals Incidental to Atlantic Fleet Training and Testing

2018
For example, if a whale hears Navy The majority of the explosives used in these ranges during training activities can be categorized in bins E6 or below with occasional detonations of larger charge sizes  ...  Projections We also anticipate Navy vessels will strike one sei whale over the five year period of the proposed MMPA rule, and during each subsequent five year period.  ...  : o The Navy will use real-time geographic information system and global positioning system (along with remote sensing verification) during deployment, installation, and recovery of anchors and minelike  ... 
doi:10.25923/q5ed-re39 fatcat:buqxlvjxdvfutkmevmw7yf6tj4

The National Center for Atmospheric Research: 2006 Annual Report NCAR NCAR Annual Report CISL report ESSL report EOL report RAL report SERE report NCAR Director's Message

Search Nar
2016 unpublished
oceans, the biosphere, and human society.  ...  Following a year of progressive science missions, HIAPER saw its first major field deployment in the spring, during the successful Terrain-Induced Rotor Experiment (T-REX).  ...  There will major emphasis on the developments of an airborne oxygen instrument, open path water vapor measurements, and field testing of the radar refractivity technique to remotely sense water vapor.  ... 
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Mountain permafrost: transient spatial modelling, model verification and the use of remote sensing

S Gruber
2005
Mountain Permafrost: Transient Spatial Modelling, Model Verification and the Use of Remote Sensing.  ...  Mountain permafrost: transient spatial modelling, model verification and the use of remote sensing Gruber, S Gruber, S.  ...  The first widely known model was a set of rules (Haeberli, 1975) , that predicted the presence of permafrost as a function of elevation, slope and aspect.  ... 
doi:10.5167/uzh-18100 fatcat:pwvjsohxzrehtlsu7n2r6tbu7a

Biological and Conference Opinion on the issuance of Permit No. 18786-01 to the Marine Mammal Health and Stranding Response Program and implementation of the Marine Mammal Health and Stranding Response Program (2017 Reinitiation)

National Marine Fisheries Service, Endangered Species Act Interagency Cooperation Division.
2017
Data for elasmobranchs fishes suggest detection of sounds from 20 Hz to 1.0 kHz with the highest sensitivity to sounds at lower ranges (Casper et al. 2012; Casper et al. 2003; Casper and Mann 2006; Casper  ...  square-miles of ocean waters during the months of November through April.  ... 
doi:10.7289/v5cv4fx4 fatcat:32j5v5pk6zafjhmtsrissuexjm
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