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Thermal microwave radiation

applications for remote sensing


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Published by Institution of Engineering and Technology in London .
Written in English

  • Microwave remote sensing

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index

    Statementedited by C. Mätzler
    SeriesIET electromagnetic waves series -- 52
    ContributionsMätzler, C., Institution of Engineering and Technology
    LC ClassificationsG70.6 .T48 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxv, 555 p. :
    Number of Pages555
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17206927M
    ISBN 100863415733
    LC Control Number2006283433

    The Effects of Microwave Radiation on Plants: January Introduction This experiment was undertaken to determine the effects of microwave radiation on plant life before maximum damage takes place. The reason for this experiment is to determine if there are any serious effects on plants when they are exposed to different intensities of. Heat energy transferred through radiation is as familiar as the light of day; in fact, it is the light of day. The sun is a huge thermal reactor about 93 million miles away in space, and neither conduction nor convection can produce any of the energy that arrives to Earth through the vacuum of space. Scientists once thought that non-ionizing radiation posed few health effects -- unless enough of it were absorbed to heat cells or tissues, an effect exploited in microwave ovens.

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