University of Calgary

GEOG 635 - Active Microwave Remote Sensing - Winter 2007

Theoretical and applied aspects of active microwave remote sensing for geophysical parameter estimation. Discussion of sensor configuration, dielectric mixture modelling, microwave-surface interactions, microwave scattering (surface and volume) modelling and polarimetry. Laboratory work includes field scatterometer use, computer modelling, and polarimetric analysis.
This course may not be repeated for credit.


  • H(3-3)


  • Consent of the Department


This course will be offered next in Spring 2007.
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