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Lyapustin, A., Gatebe C. K., Kahn R., Brandt R., Redemann J., Russell P., et al. (2010).  Analysis of snow bidirectional reflectance from ARCTAS spring-2008 campaign. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 10, 4359–4375.
Larue, F., Royer A., De Seve D., Langlois A., Roy A., & Brucker L. (2017).  Validation analysis of the GlobSnow-2 database over an eco-climatic latitudinal gradient in Eastern Canada. Remote Sensing of Environment. 194, 264-277.
Langlois, A., Brucker L., Kohn J., Royer A., Derksen C., Cliche P., et al. (2009).  Simulation of snow water equivalent (SWE) using thermodynamic snow models in Québec, Canada. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 10(6), 1447-1463.
Langlois, A., Johnson C. - A., Montpetit B., Royer A., Arhonditsis G., Kim D. - K., et al. (2017).  Detection of rain-on-snow (ROS) events and ice layer formation using passive microwave radiometry: A context for Peary caribou habitat in the Canadian Arctic. Remote Sensing of Environment. 189, 84-95.
Langlois, A., Royer A., Montpetit B., Picard G., Brucker L., Arnaud L., et al. (2010).  On the relationship between snow grain morphology and in-situ near infrared calibrated reflectance photographs. Cold Regions Science and Technology. 61(1), 34-42.
Landry, C. C., Buck K. A., Raleigh M. S., & Clark M. P. (2014).  Mountain system monitoring at Senator Beck Basin, San Juan Mountains, Colorado: A new integrative data source to develop and evaluate models of snow and hydrologic processes. Water Resources Research. 50(2), 1773 - 1788.
Lacroix, P., Legrésy B., Remy F., Blarel F., Picard G., & Brucker L. (2009).  Rapid change of snow surface properties at Vostok, East Antarctica, revealed by altimetry and radiometry. Remote Sensing of Environment. 113(12), 2633-2641.
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Kwok, R., Kurtz N. T., Brucker L., Ivanoff A., Newman T., Farrell S. L., et al. (2017).  Intercomparison of snow depth retrievals over Arctic sea ice from radar data acquired by Operation IceBridge. The Cryosphere. 11, 2571-2593.
Kurtz, N.T., & Farrell S.L. (2011).  Large-scale surveys of snow depth on Arctic sea ice from Operation IceBridge. Geophysical Research Letters. 38,
Kurtz, N.T., Markus T., Cavalieri D.J., Sparling L.C., Krabill W., Gasiewski A.J., et al. (2009).  Estimation of sea ice thickness distributions through the combination of snow depth and satellite laser altimetry data. Journal of Geophysical Research.
Kurtz, N.T., Markus T., Farrell S.L., Worthen D.L., & Boisvert L.N. (2011).  Observations of recent Arctic sea ice volume loss and its impact on ocean‐atmosphere energy exchange and ice production. Journal of Geophysical Research . 116,
Kurtz, N.T., Galin N., & Studinger M. (2014).  An improved CryoSat-2 sea ice freeboard and thickness retrieval algorithm through the use of waveform fitting. The Cryosphere Discuss.. 8, 721-768.
Kurt, N.T., Farrell S.L., Studinger M., Galin N., Harbeck J.P., Lindsay R., et al. (2013).  Sea ice thickness, freeboard, and snow depth products from Operation IceBridge airborne data. Cryosphere. 7, 1035-1056.
Koenig, L., Miege C., Forster R., & Brucker L. (2014).  Initial in situ measurements of perennial meltwater storage in the Greenland firn aquifer. Geophys. Res. Lett.. 41, 81-85.
Koenig, L., Forster R., Brucker L., & Miller J. (2015).  Remote sensing of accumulation over the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets. Remote Sensing of the Cryosphere. 157.
King, J., Howell J.S., Derksen C., Rutter N., Toose P., Beckers J.F., et al. (2015).  Evaluation of Operation IceBridge quick‐look snow depth estimates on sea ice. Geophysical Research Letters. 42(21), 9302-9310.
Kim, E. (2018).  How Can We Find Out How Much Snow Is in the World?. Eos. 99,
Kim, M.-J., Weinman J. A., Olson W. S., Chang D. - E., Skofronick-Jackson G., & Wang J. R. (2008).  A physical model to estimate snowfall over land using AMSU-B observations. J. Geophys. Res . 113(D9), 
Kidd, C., Becker A., Huffman G. J., Muller C. L., Joe P., Skofronick-Jackson G., et al. (2017).  So, How Much of the Earth’s Surface Is Covered by Rain Gauges? . Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc. 98(1), 69-78.