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Repeat-pass multi-temporal interferometric SAR coherence variations with Amazon floodplain and lake habitats
International Journal of Remote Sensing
We have analysed interferometric coherence variations in Japanese Earth Resources Satellite (JERS-1) L-band synthetic aperture radar (SAR) data at three central Amazon sites: Lake Balbina, Cabaliana and Solimõ es-Purú s. Because radar pulse interactions with inundated vegetation typically follow a double-bounce travel path that returns energy to the antenna, coherence will vary with vegetation type as well as with physical and temporal baselines. Lake Balbina consists mostly of upland forestsdoi:10.1080/01431160902902609 fatcat:5jrwpvrakfc3xaui2lljrrtf7y