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Title : EVALUATING THE POTENTIAL FOR CHARACTERIZING RIVER DEPTH FROM SWOT MEASUREMENTS: A CASE STUDY FOR THE OHIO RIVER
Company : The Ohio State University
File Name : Yoon.pdf
Size : 214926
Type : application/pdf
Date : 01-Sep-2010
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Yeosang Yoon, Michael Durand and Carolyn J. Merry

This paper presents the methods for estimating river depths to evaluate the potential for characterizing river depth from the Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT) satellite observations. The SWOT mission is a swath mapping radar altimeter that will measure inland water surface elevation (WSE). Since the SWOT satellite will be launched during the 2013-2016 time frame, we generated synthetic SWOT WSE measurements for the entire Ohio River Basin.
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