New Publication!

A new publication by PhD student Katalin Blix has been accepted for publication in Remote Sensing, Special Issue:“Remote Sensing of Atmosphere and Underlying Surface Using OLCI and SLSTR on Board Sentinel-3: Calibration, Algorithms, Geophysical Products and Validation” The title of the publication is “Developing a New Machine Learning Algorithm for Estimating Chlorophyll-a Concentration in Optically…

New publication in Remote Sensing.

A new publication by PhD student Johannes Lohse as been published in Remote Sensing. The title of the publication is: “An Optimal Decision-Tree Design Strategy and Its Application to Sea Ice Classification from SAR Imagery” Abstract: We introduce the fully automatic design of a numerically optimized decision-tree algorithm and demonstrate its application to sea ice…

New publication in Scientific Reports !

A new publication, “Winter storms accelerate the demise of sea ice in the Atlantic Sector of the Arctic Ocean” by Robert M. Graham, Polona Itkin, Amelie Meyer, Arild Sundfjord, Gunnar Spreen, Lars H. Smedsrud, Glen E. Liston, Bin Cheng, Lana Cohen, Dmitry Divine, Ilker Fer, Agneta Fransson, Sebastian Gerland, Jari Haapala, Stephen R. Hudson, A.…

New publication in Nature Scientific Reports!

A new publication “A red tide in the pack ice of the Arctic Ocean” by Lasse M. Olsen, Pedro Duarte, Cecilia Peralta-Ferriz, Hanna M. Kauko, A. Malin Johansson, Ilka Peeken, Magdalena Różańska-Pluta, Agnieszka Tatarek, Jozef Wiktor, Mar Fernández-Méndez, Penelope M. Wagner, Alexey K. Pavlov, Haakon Hop, Philipp Assmy has been accepted in Nature Scientific Reports.…

Mapping Sea Ice in Framforum 2019

Research done by Sebastian Gerland (NPI) and other members of the CIRFA team was published in Framforum 2019. The article can be found on page 12-17. Fram Forum is published once a year by Framsenteret AS on behalf of FRAM – the High North research Centre for Climate and the Environment.

New publication!

The article entitled: “Capacity and limits of multimodal remote sensing” by Andrea Marinoni, Saloua Chlaily, Mauro Dalla Mura, Jocelyn Chanussot, Christian Jutten, and Paolo Gamba was accepted to EarthVision 2019. Abstract: Although multimodal remote sensing data analysis can strongly improve the characterization of physical phenomena on Earth surface, nonidealities and estimation imperfections between records and…

Poster Session Program – CIRFA Annual Conference 2018

Evaluation of ocean surface currents derived from Sentinel-1 A/W Doppler shift with comparison to HF-radar and ocean surface drifters observations: Artem Moiseev and Harald Johnsen Machine Learning for Earth Observation: Katalin Blix Sea Ice Mapping from Sentinel-1: Johannes Lohse, Doulgeris, A., Dierking, A. Segmentation of wide-swath SAR images: Anca Cristea, Doulgeris, A.P., Eltoft, T. L-band…

New Publication!

The article “Remote Sensing of Water Quality Parameters over Lake Balaton by Using Sentinel-3 OLCI” by Katalin Blix, Kàrloly Pàlffy, Viktor R. Tòth and Torbjørn Eltoft has been been published in the journal Water. Abstract The Ocean and Land Color Instrument (OLCI) onboard Sentinel 3A satellite was launched in February 2016. Level 2 (L2) products have…