Modeling of scattering from ice surfaces
Theoretical research is proposed to study electromagnetic wave scattering from ice surfaces. A mathematical formulation that is more representative of the electromagnetic scattering from ice, with volume mechanisms included, and capable of handling multiple scattering effects is developed. This research is essential to advancing the field of environmental science and engineering by enabling more accurate inversion of remote sensing data. The results of this research contributed towards a more accurate representation of the scattering from ice surfaces, that is computationally more efficient and that can be applied to many remote-sensing applications.
Environmental engineering|Remote sensing
Dahlberg, Michael Ross, "Modeling of scattering from ice surfaces" (2002). ETD Collection for University of Texas, El Paso. AAI3049703.