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Object-Based Detection of Linear Kinematic Features in Sea Ice
Inhomogenities in the sea ice motion field cause deformation zones, such as leads, cracks and pressure ridges. Due to their long and often narrow shape, those structures are referred to as Linear Kinematic Features (LKFs). In this paper we specifically address the identification and characterization of variations and discontinuities in the spatial distribution of the total deformation, which appear as LKFs. The distribution of LKFs in the ice cover of the polar oceans is an important factordoi:10.3390/rs9050493 fatcat:yvoodssk6nhqjlt7lpko3gx62y