2004 Fall Volume 1:4 Articles:
Dedicated researchers are known for doing whatever it takes in the field to get the data they need. In this case, dedication meant traveling to Barrow, Alaska, in March 2004 and setting out on snow machines with an Inuit guide who kept watch for polar bears.
In the spring of 2004, a different sort of equipment was put to work in the south Texas brush country. Alongside stock tanks, cattle guards and centerpivot irrigators, five ASF corner reflectors were deployed in an array nearly 150 km in diameter.
The Alaska Satellite Facility is proud to announce the availability of a new unrestricted CD product — Capturing a Dynamic Planet: Using Synthetic Aperture Radar to View the Earth.