Télédétection satellitaire des surfaces enneigées et englacées

Abstract : This article presents an overview of recent advances in remote sensing applied to the study of snow and glacierized areas, in which the French scientific community has been involved. Whatever the type of satellite data, optical, radar, lidar or gravimetric, these works on seasonal or perennial snow cover, mountain glaciers, ice caps, sea ice, and lake or river ice, aim at documenting both the physical characteristics of these objects and their spatial and temporal variability at local, regional or global scales.
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Antoine Rabatel, Etienne Berthier, Yves Arnaud, Jean-Pierre Dedieu, Marie Dumont, et al.. Télédétection satellitaire des surfaces enneigées et englacées. La Météorologie, Météo et Climat, 2017, Observation satellitaire, pp.78-85. ⟨10.4267/2042/62170⟩. ⟨hal-02018928⟩

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