The incorrect estimation of backscattering
amount and distribution will affect the retrieval of soil moisture.
Microwave and optical satellite data were fused to reduce the effects of vegetation cover on the backscattering
of soil moisture.
In this Section, computer simulations are performed concerning the calculation of the 'backscattering
coefficient' [[gamma].sub.bsc], (9)-(10) above, as a function of fractal dimension D of the rough surface, for a variety of frequencies of a 'stepped --frequency' (SF) SAR radar, i.e.
In this study, we used Pentacam densitogram to monitor the corneal backscattering
effects in FECD patients.
Coefficient and Volumetric Water Content.
SIMPLE SIMULATION OF THE BACKSCATTERING
AIB, determined by integrating the curve of ABTF (Equation 2), expresses the average value of apparent backscattering
in the frequency range of interest, while FSAB, the slope of the linear regression line obtained from the curve ABTF vs frequency, is the fraction of apparent backscattering
corresponding to each frequency.
Chapron, "Polarization ratio for microwave backscattering
from the ocean surface at low to moderate incidence angles," in Proceedings of the IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS '98), pp.
Those bright white regions on front slopes are with extremely high backscattering
intensity caused by small local incidence angle or foreshortening and layover.
Though the backscattering
of SC1 and SC2 are interfered with each other when ordination angle [theta] approaching to 90[degrees], the backscattering
intensity of SC1 can still be described by the fractional polynomial function given above.
But then if we again look at what point on the graph the 1000dBsm we require the most minimal SNR value at a particular range to cause backscattering
from the target, much effort was not made by the radar signal as this is evident from the short distance it travelled.
Through model-guided experimentation, the team discovered that by varying the concentration and size of the nanoparticle solution they could manipulate the intensity and frequency of the light source, thereby achieving an optimal wavelength for algal growth."Implementation of easily tunable wavelength specific backscattering
on larger scales still remains a challenge, but its realization will have a substantial impact on the efficient harvesting of phototrophic microorganisms and reducing parasitic growth," says Sureshkumar.