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Vladimir A. Potekhin, Prof. Anatolij I. Kozlov, Prof. Radij V. Ostrovityanov, Dr. Dimitrij B. Kanareykin, Dr. Victor N. Tatarinov, Prof. Arkadij B. Shupyatsky, Dr. Levitan A. Zhivotovsky, Prof. Boris Sh. Lande, Dr. Valdimir D. Stepanenko, Dr. Aleksander V. Ryzhkov, Prof. Aleksander I. Logvin, Dr. Konstantin G. Tskhakaya, and other famed polarimetric radar meteorologists and applications specialists from 10 within the USSR. It was very apparent that radar polarimetry within the USSR had been advanced very strongly especially since the appearance of Dr.
Poelman, who introduced the polarmetric multi-notch filter (PMNF) concept , only very few relevant studies on advancing radar polarimetry were carried out in the West during the sixties and early seventies. , 1965, 1968; Kozlov, 1979; Shupyatsky and Morgunov, 1968; Varshanchuk and Kobak, 1971; Zhivotovski, 1973, 1978; Bogorodsky et. , 1980; Radimov and Popovski, 1984) the potential applicability of radar polarimetry to target/clutter analysis was recognized early on; and, immediately after the appearance of Huynen's dissertation , polarimetric radar investigations were pursued with new vigor in the USSR [o-3, o-4].
Ostrovityanov, Dr. Dimitrij B. Kanareykin, Dr. Victor N. Tatarinov, Prof. Arkadij B. Shupyatsky, Dr. Levitan A. Zhivotovsky, Prof. Boris Sh. Lande, Dr. Valdimir D. Stepanenko, Dr. Aleksander V. Ryzhkov, Prof. Aleksander I. Logvin, Dr. Konstantin G. Tskhakaya, and other famed polarimetric radar meteorologists and applications specialists from 10 within the USSR. It was very apparent that radar polarimetry within the USSR had been advanced very strongly especially since the appearance of Dr. J. Richard Huynen's dissertation monograph in 1970  (which is referenced already in 1972 in various Russian papers).