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Newman, T., Farrell S.L., Richter-Menge J., Connor L.N., Kurtz N.T., Elder B.C., et al. (2014).  Assessment of radar-derived snow depth over Arctic sea ice. J. Geophys. Res. Oceans. 119, 8578–8602.
Nghiem, S.V., Hall D.K., Mote T.L., Tedesco M., Albert M., Keegan K., et al. (2012).  The extreme melt across the Greenland ice surface in 2012. Geophysical Research Letters. 117,
Nghiem, S.V., Hall D.K., Foster J.L., & Neumann G. (2014).  Terrestrial Snow. Encyclopedia of Remote Sensing: Springer Reference .
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S. Skiles, MK., Painter T. H., Belnap J., Holland L., Reynolds R. L., Goldstein H. L., et al. (2015).  Regional variability in dust-on-snow processes and impacts in the Upper Colorado River Basin. Hydrological Processes. 29(26), 5397 - 5413.
S. Skiles, MK., Painter T. H., Deems J. S., Bryant A. C., & Landry C. C. (2012).  Dust radiative forcing in snow of the Upper Colorado River Basin: 2. Interannual variability in radiative forcing and snowmelt rates. Water Resources Research. 48(7), n/a - n/a.
Skofronick-Jackson, G. M., Johnson B. T., & Munchak S. J. (2013).  Detection Thresholds of Falling Snow from Satellite-Borne Active and Passive Sensors. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing. 51(7), 4177-4189.
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.
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), 
Skofronick-Jackson, G. M., Kim M. - J., Weinman J. A., & Chang D.-E. (2004).  A Physical Model to Determine Snowfall over Land by Microwave Radiometry. IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sens. 42, 1047-1058.
Skofronick-Jackson, G., & Johnson B. T. (2011).  Surface and Atmospheric Contributions to Passive Microwave Brightness Temperatures for Falling Snow Events. J. Geophys. Res . 116(D02213), 
Sokolov, A., Sokolov N., Ims R., Brucker L., & Ehrich D. (2016).  Emergent Rainy Winter Warm Spells May Promote Boreal Predator Expansion into the Arctic. Arctic. 69(2), 121-129.
Sugg, J.W., Perry L.B., Hall D.K., & Riggs G.A. (2014).  Satellite perspectives on the spatial patterns of new snowfall in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. Hydrological Processes.
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Tan, S., Aksoy M., Brogioni M., Macelloni G., Durand M., Jezek K. C., et al. (2015).  Physical Models of Layered Polar Firn Brightness Temperatures from 0.5 GHz to 2 GHz. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing. 8(7), 3681-3691.