volume 79, issue 14, P173-173 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98eo00126
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Abstract: New technology has been developed through a joint public‐private partnership that could greatly improve the ocean sciences community's ability to study coastal oceanography in the same way that satellitebased infrared imaging revolutionized basinscale oceanography. Recent advances in passive microwave technologies and novel means of integrating those advances haveled to the development of the Scanning Low‐Frequency Microwave Radiometer (SLFMR) for remote sensing of sea‐surface salinity. Designed and built for…

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