After many efforts and research, I wrote a book about radar penetration and its application to underground studies. Although this book title is amazing for many specialists and they will have criticism on contents but it’s worth to read. After reading this book you will see what’s wrong when we use radar interferometry without considering the penetration issue.
So I invite you to this introductory section:
Book title: To explore and examine underground structures and aquifers using remote sensing
Author: Seyed Javad Adabikhosh Language: Persian Publisher: NarvanPub
ISBN: 978-622-6632-30-0 150 pages publish year: June 2019
The remote sensing In addition to obtaining information from objects without contact of them has capabilities beyond the visible sight of the human. So that in parts of the electromagnetic spectrum it can display information that is never visible with a normal view. The status of structures, caves, and aquifers is one of the things that has engaged people’s minds from different perspectives. The book contents, discusses remote sensing capabilities and techniques, especially satellite radars, to explore subsurface structures.