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Foster, J. L., Skofronick-Jackson G., Meng H., Wang J. R., Riggs G., Kocin P. J., et al. (2012).  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.
Riggs, G.A., Hall D.K., & Román M.O. (2017).  Overview of NASA’s MODIS and Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) snow-cover Earth System Data Records. Earth System Data Records. 9, 765-777.
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,
Skofronick-Jackson, G., Heymsfield A., Holthaus E., Albers C., & Kim M. - J. M. - J. (2008).  Nonspherical and spherical characterization of ice in Hurricane Erin for wideband passive microwave comparisons. J. Geophys. Res . 113(D6), 
Crawford, C.J., Manson S.M., Bauer M.E., & Hall D.K. (2013).  Multitemporal snow cover mapping in mountainous terrain for Landsat climate data record development. Remote Sensing of Environment. 135, 224-233.
Hall, D.K., Cullather R.I., Comiso J.C., DiGirolame N.E., Nowicki S.M., & Medley B.C. (2018).  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.
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.
Picard, G., Brucker L., Fily M., Gallee H., & Krinner G. (2009).  Modeling time series of microwave brightness temperature in Antarctica. Journal of Glaciology. 55(191), 
Brucker, L., Picard G., Arnaud L., Barnola J. M., Schneebali M., Brunjail H., et al. (2011).  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.
Johnson, B. T., Olson W. S., & Skofronick-Jackson G. (2016).  The microwave properties of simulated melting precipitation particles: sensitivity to initial melting. Atmos. Meas. Tech. 9, 9-21.
Johnson, B. T., Petty G. W., & Skofronick-Jackson G. (2012).  Microwave Properties of Ice-Phase Hydrometeors for Radar and Radiometers: Sensitivity to Model Assumptions. J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol. 51(12), 2152–2171.
Kurtz, N.T., & Farrell S.L. (2011).  Large-scale surveys of snow depth on Arctic sea ice from Operation IceBridge. Geophysical Research Letters. 38,
Webster, M.A., Rigor I., Nghiem S.V., Kurtz N.T., Farrell S., Perovich D.K., et al. (2014).  Interdecadal Changes in Snow Depth on Arctic Sea Ice. J. Geophys. Res. Oceans. 119, 5395-5406.
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.
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.
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.
Painter, T. H., Barrett A. P., Landry C. C., Neff J. C., Cassidy M. P., Lawrence C. R., et al. (2007).  Impact of disturbed desert soils on duration of mountain snow cover. Geophysical Research Letters. 34(12), 
Miller, O. L., Solomon D. K., Miege C., Koenig L., Forster R. R., Montgomery L. N., et al. (2017).  Hydraulic conductivity of a firn aquifer system in southeast Greenland determined with a heated piezometer. Front. Earth Science-Cryospheric Sciences. 5,
Kim, E. (2018).  How Can We Find Out How Much Snow Is in the World?. Eos. 99,
Brucker, L., Royer A., Picard G., Langlois A., & Fily M. (2011).  Hourly simulations of the microwave brightness temperature of seasonal snow in Quebec, Canada, using a coupled snow evolution-emission model. Remote Sensing of Environment. 115(8), 1966-1977.
Grab, S. W., Gatebe C. K., & Kinyua A. M. (2004).  Ground thermal profiles from Mount Kenya, East Africa. Geografiska Annaler (Series A). 86 (2), 131-141.
Skofronick-Jackson, G., Petersen W. A., Berg W., Kidd C., Stocker E. F., Kirschbaum D. B., et al. (2017).  The Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) for Science and Society. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc..
Skofronick-Jackson, G., Hudak D., Petersen W., Nesbitt S. W., Chandrasekar V., Durden S., et al. (2015).  Global Precipitation Measurement Cold Season Precipitation Experiment (GCPEx): For Measurement Sake Let it Snow. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc.. 96, 1719-1741.
Hall, D. K., Frei A., & DiGirolamo N. E. (2018).  On the frequency of lake-effect snowfall in the Catskill Mountains. Physical Geography. 1-17.
Markus, T., Massom R., Worby T., Lytle V., Kurtz N., & Maksym T. (2011).  Freeboard, snow depth, and sea ice roughness in East Antarctica from in-situ and multiple satellite data. Annals of Glaciology. 52(57), 242-248.