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3.0 out of 5 stars A complementary volume to the Ulaby (et al) Bible, 17 Feb 2003
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This review is from: Microwave Scattering and Emission Models and their Applications (Remote Sensing Library) (Hardcover)
Adrian Fung issued (1994) another volume in Artech House's impressive reference series for those interested in microwave systems. In this book Fung explains, in depth, the modelling of interactions between microwaves, surfaces and volumes. The book is a comprehensive work with the power to intimidate (especially geoscientists like myself). Nevertheless it is a very useful reference work and an important contribution to a remote sensing or electrical engineering library.
Fung is an oft quoted author in the literature making the book a must for radar remote sensing collections. Ultimately, whether you are interested in solving radiative transfer equations or are after a comparison between scattering models and field data this is a book you can use. Scattering from Snow and Sea Ice; vegetation; and Ocean-like surfaces are modelled. The result is an examination of both the theory and the application of scattering and emission models which is relevant to both applied and theoretical scientists.
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