by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Wallops Flight Center in Wallops Island, Va .
Written in English
|Other titles||Final report for task 3.2 :, Task 3.2 :, Aircraft Field Test Program to investigate the ability of remote sensing methods to measure current/wind-wave interactions.|
|Statement||by N. E. Huang, W. A. Flood, G. S. Brown.|
|Series||[NASA contractor report -- 168349], NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-168349.|
|Contributions||Flood, W. A., Brown, G. S., Wallops Flight Center.|
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