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An Analysis of Scatterometer Returns From a Water-surface Agitated By Artificial Rain - Evidence That Ring-waves Are the Main Feature

Bibliographic reference Bliven, LF. ; Branger, H. ; Sobieski, Piotr ; Giovanangeli, JP.. An Analysis of Scatterometer Returns From a Water-surface Agitated By Artificial Rain - Evidence That Ring-waves Are the Main Feature. In: International Journal of Remote Sensing, Vol. 14, no. 12, p. 2315-2329 (1993)
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