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Remote Sensing and Digital Image Processing
AbstractSynthetic aperture radar (SAR) provides large coverage and high resolution, and it has been proven to be sensitive to both surface and near-surface features related to accumulation, ablation, and metamorphism of snow and firn. Exploiting this sensitivity, SAR polarimetry and polarimetric interferometry found application to land ice for instance for the estimation of wave extinction (which relates to sub surface ice volume structure) and for the estimation of snow water equivalent (whichdoi:10.1007/978-3-030-56504-6_4 fatcat:ow3rsmxbcvhardh7gy3qcktera