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Development and applications of STARRS: a next generation airborne salinity imager

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A new generation of airborne salinity imager, the Salinity Temperature and Roughness Remote Scanner (STARRS), has been designed and is currently under construction with delivery expected shortly. With both significantly lower noise levels and enhanced capability to measure secondary parameters, including sea surface temperature and roughness, STARRS will serve as both an operational survey tool and as a test-bed for refinement of retrieval algorithms.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: US Naval Research Laboratory Code 7330, Stennis Space Center MS 39529 USA 2: Quadrant Engineering, Inc. 107 Sunderland Road, Amherst MA 01003, USA

Publication date: 01 April 2004

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