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The microwave properties of simulated melting precipitation particles: sensitivity to initial melting. Atmos. Meas. Tech. 9, 9-21.(2016).
A multilayer IST – albedo product of Greenland from MODIS. Remote Sensing [Special Issue: Remote Sensing of Essential Climate Variables and their Applications]. 10(4), 555.(2018).
Detection of earlier snowmelt in the Wind River Range, Wyoming, using Landsat imagery. Remote Sensing of Environment. 162, 45-54.(2015).
On the frequency of lake-effect snowfall in the Catskill Mountains. Physical Geography. 1-17.(2018).
Global Snow Cover. Satellite Image Atlas of Glaciers (Williams, R.S., Jr. and J.G. Ferrigno, eds.) USGS Professional Paper 1386-A..(2012).
Accuracy assessment of the MODIS snow-cover products. Hydrological Processes.(2007).
Comparison of satellite-derived ice and snow surface temperatures over Greenland from MODIS, ASTER, ETM+ and in-situ observations. Remote Sensing of Environment. 112(10), 3739-3749.(2008).
A Satellite-Derived Climate-Quality Data Record of the Clear-Sky Surface Temperature of the Greenland Ice Sheet. Journal of Climate. 25(14), 4785-4798.(2012).
Variability in the surface temperature and melt extent of the Greenland ice sheet from MODIS. Geophysical Research Letters. 40, 1-7.(2013).
Uncertainties of temperature measurements on snow-covered land and sea ice from in-situ and MODIS data during BROMEX. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology. 54(5), 966-978.(2015).
Development and validation of a cloud-gap filled MODIS daily snow-cover product. Remote Sensing of Environment. 114, 496-503.(2010).
Ground thermal profiles from Mount Kenya, East Africa. Geografiska Annaler (Series A). 86 (2), 131-141.(2004).
Airborne spectral BRDF of various surface types (ocean, vegetation, snow, desert, wetlands, cloud decks, smoke layers) for remote sensing applications. Remote Sensing of Environment. 179, 131-148.(2016).
Passive Microwave Remote Sensing of the Historic February 2010 Snow Storms in the Middle Atlantic Region of the U.S.. Hydrol. Processes. 26(22), 3459-3471.(2012).
Seasonal Snow Extent and Snow Mass in South America Using SMMR and SSM/I Passive Microwave Data (1979-2003). Remote Sensing of Environment. 113, 291-305.(2009).
A First Assessment of IceBridge Snow and Ice Thickness Data over Arctic Sea Ice. Trans. Geosc. Rem. Sens.. 50(6),(2012).
Development of a rain-on-snow detection algorithm using passive microwave radiometry. Hydrological Processes. 30, 3184-3196.(2016).
Multitemporal snow cover mapping in mountainous terrain for Landsat climate data record development. Remote Sensing of Environment. 135, 224-233.(2013).
Current Climate Trends in the Arctic. WIREs Climate Change, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews (WIREs).(2014).
A comparison of snow depth on sea ice retrievals using airborne atlimeters and an AMSR-E simulator.. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience & Remote Sensing. 50(8), 3027-3040.(2012).
Weekly-gridded Aquarius L-band radiometer/scatterometer observations and salinity retrievals over the polar regions, part 2: Initial product analysis. The Cryosphere. 8, 915-930.(2014).
Arctic-scale assessment of satellite passive microwave-derived snow depth on sea ice using Operation IceBridge airborne data. J. Geophys. Res. Oceans. 118(6), 2892-2905.(2013).
Weekly-gridded Aquarius L-band radiometer/scatterometer observations and salinity retrievals over the polar regions, part 1: Product description. The Cryosphere. 8, 905-913.(2014).
Snow grain size profile deduced from microwave snow emissivities in Antarctica. Journal of Glaciology. 56(197), 514-524.(2010).
Modeling time series of microwave brightness temperature at Dome C, Antarctica, using vertically resolved snow temperature and microstructure measurements. Journal of Glaciology. 57(201), 171-182.(2011).