The Sea from Space—Applying Remote Sensing to Societal Needs
The use of satellite-based remote sensing systems for observing marine environments is presented. Satellite observations of the marine environment, including weather, support efforts in economic development, national defense, resource management, and policy making, and contribute to the comfort, health, and safety of the public. Several emerging uses of remote sensing, with applications beyond the scope of conventional marine environmental monitoring, are presented, including: maritime surveillance, international treaty enforcement, oil prospecting, and siting of offshore wind farms. As a tool, satellite remote sensing has great potential to contribute to the development of sound marine policy and informed decision making.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2007-09-01
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