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1 June 2018 Study on Ship-Borne GNSS-R Delay-Doppler Map for Oil Spill Detection
Xueyuan Zhu, Ying Li, Peng Liu, Bingxin Liu, Yonghu Yang
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Zhu, X.; Li, Y.; Liu, P.; Liu, B., and Yang Y., 2018. Study on ship-borne GNSS-R Delay-Doppler Map for oil spill detection. In: Wang, D. and Guido-Aldana, P.A. (eds.), Select Proceedings from the 3rd International Conference on Water Resource and Environment (WRE2017). Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue No. 84, pp. 30–35. Coconut Creek (Florida), ISSN 0749-0208.

The intensity of sea surface scattered energy can be mapped with the use of Delay-Doppler Map (DDM) obtained by means of Global Navigation Satellite System-Reflection (GNSS-R) remote sensing technology. It may be applied successfully for oil spills detection. This paper builds a geometrical model for ship-borne GNSS-R double-base sea scattering data analysis exploring the ship-borne specular reflection point and the mean surface slope (MSS) model. The GNSS-R DDM generation algorithm based on the Jacobian determinant method is developed. It is applied for the oil spill DDM simulation using X-band marine radar data of the oil spill accident occurred in Dalian on July 21, 2010. The relationship between the signal characteristics and the oil spill information in DDM is found and the performance of oil spill detection at different wind speed values is analyzed.

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Xueyuan Zhu, Ying Li, Peng Liu, Bingxin Liu, and Yonghu Yang "Study on Ship-Borne GNSS-R Delay-Doppler Map for Oil Spill Detection," Journal of Coastal Research 84(sp1), 30-35, (1 June 2018).
Received: 9 August 2017; Accepted: 25 October 2017; Published: 1 June 2018
Delay-Doppler Map
mean surface slope
Oil spill
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