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Towards a swath-to-swath sea-ice drift product for the Copernicus Imaging Microwave Radiometer mission
Abstract. Across spatial and temporal scales, sea-ice motion has implications on ship navigation, the sea-ice thickness distribution, sea ice export to lower latitudes and re-circulation in the polar seas, among others. Satellite remote sensing is an effective way to monitor sea-ice drift globally and daily, especially using the wide swaths of passive microwave missions. Since the late 1990s, many algorithms and products have been developed for this task. Here, we investigate how processingdoi:10.5194/tc-2020-332 fatcat:x2g7k67gjrfetdpp4zuiwqaza4