REMOTE SENSING OF ICE IN NAVIGABLE WATERS

Authors
  1. Harwood, T.A.
Corporate Authors
Defence Research Establishment Ottawa, Ottawa ONT (CAN)
Abstract
Years of research and development in the field of remote sensing from aircraft and even from space have made it possible to determine the extent and concentration of an ice cover through clouds and in darkness. The high sweep of aircraft when combined with the appropriate remote sensors, permits an economical assessment of navigation conditions. Remote sensing has now become fundamental in ice reporting and forecasting.
Report Number
T.N.69-32 — A Conference Sponsored by The Petroleum Society of C.I.M. Calgary, Alberta, May 6-7, 1968.
Date of publication
01 Jan 1969
Number of Pages
10
Reprinted from
Vol 10, p95-104, 1969. Repr from The Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy Ice Seminar.
DSTKIM No
70-05044
CANDIS No
4713
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