Polarization Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry

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Polarization Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry

Key words: polarization remote sensing; vector propagation


Polarization plays an important role in the field of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing but we all ignore its influence on remote observation. Light is an electromagnetic wave vector, with three basic parameters, amplitude, frequency and phase, in its scalar propagation equation, which is the physical basis of four major resolutions (radiation resolution, spectral resolution, spatial resolution and temporal resolution) of optical remote sensing. Polarization, the fourth basic parameter of light wave, refers to the asymmetry of the light cross section perpendicular to the propagation direction. Polarization has been studied in physical optics and applied in many fields, for example, precision instruments and microscopic observations. With mature physical basis, Polarization Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry has been greatly developed.
Researchers from all over the world have been studying, exploring and exceeding theories, methods of PRSP for more than 30 years and has made considerable progress, especially in PRSP physical theories, polarization effect in high resolution quantitative remote sensing and precision detection capability. The general results are as follows: optical remote sensing (such as hyperspectral, infrared) images, combining with polarization technology, can increase the contrast ratio of 2-3 orders of magnitude; for snow and ice, water quality, environmental pollution, rock density and roughness, petrol spill, vegetation biomass, air pollution particle detection and remote sensing atmospheric attenuation etc.. Polarization remote sensing has its unique detection capability.
This thematic session is focus on polarization remote sensing and photogrammetry mainly including the observation methods of sky polarization field distribution and ground objects polarized reflection, researchers have carried out plenty of experiments and surprisingly finding that there are regular polarization field around sky, and the reflected light contains the polarization information of objects’ shape and characters through the intensity of polarized light is slight. Furthermore, the related research results has set up a special issue named Polarization Remote Sensing in International Journal of Remote Sensing (IJRS), this special issue would systematically introduce the key aspects of polarization remote sensing science and technology, including theory, technology and applications, to promote the development of polarization remote sensing.
And the thematic session will fully display the outcomes about PRSP in three aspects:

1. How to apply PRSP in geographic observations such as land surface quantitative retrieval, water cycle, earth radiation balance, target detection and recognition and related fields.
2. How to apply PRSP in ocean and atmospheric remote sensing such as watercolor detection, oil spill detection, radiative transfer modelling, air pollution and aerosols particle analysis, water-gas cycle, greenhouse gas effects and related fields.
3. How to apply PRSP in space observation, instrumentation and other applications, such as polarization sensors progress, polarization response and calibration, new polarimetric detection methodology, polarization navigation, mapping and related aspects.

International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing is aim at obtain information from image, and polarization information as an essential part is helpful to analysis and interpret the remote sensing image, we has found the theory basis and observation method of polarization remote sensing in order to emphasize the importance of polarization information and fill the gaps in traditional remote sensing.

Key report:

1. Lei YAN: Peking University, China
Review on Optical Polarized Remote Sensing
2. V. Chandrasekar: Colorado State University, United States
A Comparison of Microwave and Optic Polarimetry
3. Alwyn Hugh Mortime: Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, United Kingdom
A theoretical basis for the polarization calibration of instruments using an Fourier
Transform Spectrometer (FTS).
4. Kevin Tansey: University of Leicester, United Kingdom
Polarizatio,n studies in optical and microwave remote sensing for better
understanding of the Earth’s surface – future applications
5. Zhengqiang Li: Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth, CAS, China
Remote sensing of PM2.5 from space: A physical method based on satellite
polarimetric sensors
6. Jouni Peltoniemi: Finnish Geodetic Institute, Finland
Polarization from dusty or frosty particulate medium: goniometric measurements
and modelling challenges
7. Felipe Pedreros Bustos: Helmholtz Institute, Johannes Gutenberg UniversitätMainz, German
Remote sensing magnetometry with sodium laser guide stars
8. Yilmaz, Hongying ZHAO, The Ohio State University, USA
Three Dimensional Reconstruction with Optical Polarized light Information

Paper list:

Lei YAN, Yanfei LI, V. Chandrasekar, J Scott Tyo, Tim, ALWYN HUGH MORTIMER, Jouni,Yi LIN*
Review on Optical Polarized Remote Sensing

Siyuan LIU, Bin YANG, Zihan ZHANG, Yun XIANG, Taixia WU, Yunsheng ZHAO, Feizhou ZHANG*
Influence of Polarized Reflection on Airborne Remote Sensing of Foliar Nitrogen Content

Jinfa YANG, Dennis, Zibo KE, Dongguang WANG, Xin JING, Yingzi SUN, Yanfei LI, Lei YAN*
Surface Polarization Strong Light Weakening-Weak Light Intensifying Radiation Transmission Effect and Remote Sensing Radiance Moon Baseline Verification

Shoujiang ZHAO, Asundi, Shuaiyang ZHAO, Peng YANG, Ben YAN, Hongying ZHAO*
Three-dimensional optical field imaging experiment based on polarization conformation

Hugh Motimer et.al
A theoretical basis for the polariazation calibration of instruments using an Fourier Transform Spectrometer (FTS).

Kevin Tansey et.al
Spatial and temporal variations in NOX levels over India during 2003–2011

Zhengkang ZUO, Yilmaz, Yiyuan SUN, Guixia GUAN, Bin CHEN, Rui CHEN, Haimeng ZHAO*
Close-range photogrammetric measurement of polarization 3D reconstruction for untextured objects

Jouni et.al
Spectropolarimetric characterisation of pure and polluted land surfaces

Wei CHEN, Zhanqing LI
Aerosol-induced changes in sky polarization pattern: a hint on applications in polarimetric remote sensing

Jia LIU et.al
Retrieval of marine inorganic particle concentrations in turbid waters using polarization signal

Huilin JIANG, Qiang FU et.al
Research on Scientific Problems and Transmission Characteristics of Polarization Imaging Detection

Yilmaz, Hongying ZHAO
Three Dimensional Reconstruction with Optical Polarized light Information

Jinfa YANG, Boxin SHI, et.al
Shape from Polarization of