Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2122/16322
Authors: Migliaccio, Maurizio* 
Buono, Andrea* 
Alparone, Matteo* 
Title: Microwave satellite remote sensing for a sustainable sea
Journal: European Journal of Remote Sensing 
Series/Report no.: /55 (2022)
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Issue Date: 11-Oct-2022
DOI: 10.1080/22797254.2022.2126798
Abstract: he oceans cover roughly 2/3 of the Earth’s surface and are a fundamental ecosystem regulating climate, weather and representing a huge reservoir of biodiversity and natural resources . The preservation of the oceans is therefore not only relevant on an environmental perspective but also on an economical one. A sustainable approach is requested that cannot be simply achieved by improving technologies but calls for a shared new vision of common goods.Within such a complex and holistic problem, the role of satellite microwave remote sensing to observe marine ecosystem and to assist a sustainable development of human activities must be considered. In such a view the paper is meant. Accordingly, the key microwave sensor technologies are reviewed paying particular emphasis on those applications that can provide effective support to pursue some of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Three meaningful sectors are showcased:oil and gas, where microwave sensors can provide continuous fine-resolution monitoring of critical infrastructures; renewable energy, where microwave satellite remote sensing allows supporting the management of offshore wind farms during both feasibility and operational stages; plastic pollution, where microwave technologies that exploit signals of opportunity offer large-scale monitoring capability to provide marine litter maps of the oceans.
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