This introduction to the use of radar for remote sensing of natural surfaces provides the reader with a thorough grounding in practical applications focusing particularly on terrestrial studies that may be extended to other planets. Radar scattering science combines rigorous trainin g in physical science with a stron interest in understanding how natural surfaces can be characterized accurately by remote means radar sensing of planetary surfaces is the cul mination of more than 15 years of work by campbell and others to use simple physical. Adshelpatcfaharvardedu the ads is operated by the smithsonian astrophysical observatory under nasa cooperative agreement nnx16ac86a. Radar remote sensing of planetary surfaces cambridge university press 2002 10 x 7 inches 331 pages hardcover isbn 0 521 58308 x 100 by bruce a campbell corrections for this publication national air and space museum stay up to date on the latest stories and events with our newsletter learn more. 73 radar scattering from a rock strewn surface 213 74 radar scattering from sand dunes 219 75 radar scattering from mantled rough surfaces 221 76 examples of mantled surfaces 227 77 radar scattering from volume populations 231 summary and implications for remote sensing 234 8 planetary radar studies the moon mercury and asteroids 235
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