WE2.R8.6

ALTIMETER AS AN IMAGER OF THE SEA SURFACE ROUGHNESS: COMPARISON OF SAR AND LRM MODES

Jean Tournadre, Bertrand Chapron, IFREMER, France

Session:
Remote Sensing Measurements of Small Scale and Submesoscale Processes in the Ocean

Track:
Invited Sessions

Presentation Time:
Wed, 30 Sep, 15:30-15:40 (UTC)
Wed, 30 Sep, 23:30-23:40 China Standard Time (UTC +8)
Wed, 30 Sep, 17:30-17:40 Central Europe Summer Time (UTC +2)
Wed, 30 Sep, 08:30-08:40 Pacific Daylight Time (UTC -7)

Session Co-Chairs:
Jean Tournadre, IFREMER and José C. B. da Silva, Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto; Interdisciplinary Centre of Marine and Environmental Research (CIIMAR)
Session Managers:
Yalçın Yılmaz and Sarah Parker

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WE2.R8.1: DETECTION OF INTERNAL SOLITARY WAVES WITH CONVENTIONAL AND ADVANCED SAR ALTIMETRY PROCESSING METHODS: PRELIMINARY RESULTS
José C. B. da Silva, Adriana M. Santos-Ferreira, CIIMAR - Interdisciplinary Centre of Marine and Environmental Research; University of Porto, Portugal; Pierre Rieu, Thomas Moreau, Collecte et Localisation Satellites, France; Frank Borde, European Space Agency, Netherlands; Francois Boy, Claire Maraldi, Nicolas Picot, Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES), France; Craig Donlon, European Space Agency, Netherlands
WE2.R8.2: CAN WE RETRIEVE INTERNAL SOLITON AMPLITUDES IN THE OCEAN WITH SAR ALTIMETRY? WHAT WOULD THIS BE GOOD FOR?
Adriana M. Santos-Ferreira, José C. B. da Silva, Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto; Interdisciplinary Centre of Marine and Environmental Research (CIIMAR), Portugal
WE2.R8.3: PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS OF TROPICAL CYCLONE OCEAN WAVES USING SENTINEL-1 SAR DATA.
Denghui Hu, Alexis Mouche, Bertrand Chapron, Institut français de recherche pour l'exploitation de la mer (IFREMER), France; Yongsheng Xu, Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
WE2.R8.4: S-MODE: the Sub-Mesoscale Ocean Dynamics Experiment
J. Thomas Farrar, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, United States; Eric D'Asaro, University of Washington, United States; Ernesto Rodriguez, California Institute of Technology, United States; Andrey Shcherbina, University of Washington, United States; Erin Czech, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, United States; Paul Matthias, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, United States; Sommer Nicholas, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, United States; Frederick Bingham, University of North Carolina Wilmington, United States; Amala Mahedevan, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, United States; Melissa Omand, University of Rhode Island, United States; Luc Rainville, Craig Lee, University of Washington, United States; Dudley Chelton, Roger Samelson, Larry O'Neill, Oregon State University, United States; Luc Lenain, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, United States; Dimitris Menemenlis, Dragana Perkovic-Martin, Pantazis Mouroulis, Michelle Gierach, David Thompson, Alexander Wineteer, Andrew Thompson, California Institute of Technology, United States; James C. McWilliams, Jeroen Molemaker, Roy Barkan, University of California, Los Angeles, United States; Jacob Wenegrat, University of Maryland, United States; Cesar Rocha, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, United States; Gregg Jacobs, Joseph D'Addezio, Naval Research Laboratory, United States; Sebastien de Halleux, Richard Jenkins, Saildrone, Inc., United States
WE2.R8.5: SMALL-SCALE AND SUB-MESOSCALE PHENOMENA ASSOCIATED WITH UPWELLING STUDIED BY SAR
Werner Alpers, University of Hamburg, Germany; Francesco Bignami, ISMAR-CNR Sede Secondaria di Roma, Italy
WE2.R8.6: ALTIMETER AS AN IMAGER OF THE SEA SURFACE ROUGHNESS: COMPARISON OF SAR AND LRM MODES
Jean Tournadre, Bertrand Chapron, IFREMER, France
WE2.R8.7: FILM SLICKS ON THE SEA SURFACE: THEIR DYNAMICS AND REMOTE SENSING
Stanislav Ermakov, Olga Danilicheva, Ivan Kapustin, Olga Shomina, Irina Sergievskazya, Aleksandr Kupaev, Aleksandr Molkov, Institute of Applied Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
WE2.R8.8: Studies of Internal Waves in the Strait of Georgia Based on Remote Sensing Images
Caixia Wang, Xin Wang, Ocean University of China, China; Jose da Silva, University of Porto, Portugal