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WRRCTR No.48 Direct Determination of the Electromagnetic Reflection Properties of Smooth Brackish Water to the Continuous Spectrum from 108 to 4 x 109 Hertz

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Title WRRCTR No.48 Direct Determination of the Electromagnetic Reflection Properties of Smooth Brackish Water to the Continuous Spectrum from 108 to 4 x 109 Hertz
Creator Lepley, Larry K Adams, William M
Subject Brackish waters -- Remote sensing. Electromagnetic measurements. Reflectance spectroscopy. Salinity -- Remote sensing.
Description A new geophysical technique for the remote measurement of the electromagnetic properties of natural surfaces was investigated. Theoretical and laboratory work has produced evidence for the validity of the use of ultra-high frequency radio reflection spectrometry for remote sensing of salinity of brackish water. A preliminary study of the electromagnetic properties of aqueous sodium chloride, computer-generated frequency dispersion curves of 1) the dielectric coefficients, 2) power...
Date 1971-05
Type Report
Identifier Lepley LK, Adams WM. 1971. Direct determination of the electromagnetic reflection properties of smooth brackish water to the continuous spectrum from 108 to 4 x 109 Hertz. Honolulu (HI): Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa. WRRC technical report, 48. http://hdl.handle.net/10125/15066
Relation WRRC Technical Reports 48
Publisher Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa

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