Synthetic aperture radar (SAR) has shown promising results in characterizing different crops. Multi-temporal SAR data is often useful for studying the sensitivity of the electromagnetic (EM) waves to the structural and the dielectric variation of both crops and the underlying soil at different phenological stages. Physical information about crops and soil can be interpreted in terms of scattering...
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