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Comparison of commonly-used microwave radiative transfer models for snow remote sensing. Remote Sensing of Environment. 190, 247-259.(2017).
Effect of snow surface metamorphism on Aquarius L-band radiometer observations at Dome C, Antarctica. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience & Remote Sensing. 52(11), 7408-7417.(2014).
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.(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.(2011).
Modeling time series of microwave brightness temperature in Antarctica. Journal of Glaciology. 55(191),(2009).
Rapid change of snow surface properties at Vostok, East Antarctica, revealed by altimetry and radiometry. Remote Sensing of Environment. 113(12), 2633-2641.(2009).
On the relationship between snow grain morphology and in-situ near infrared calibrated reflectance photographs. Cold Regions Science and Technology. 61(1), 34-42.(2010).
Simulation of snow water equivalent (SWE) using thermodynamic snow models in Québec, Canada. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 10(6), 1447-1463.(2009).
Simulation of the microwave emission of multi-layered snowpacks using the Dense Media Radiative transfer theory: the DMRT-ML model. Geosci. Model Dev.. 6, 1061-1078.(2013).
Snow grain size profile deduced from microwave snow emissivities in Antarctica. Journal of Glaciology. 56(197), 514-524.(2010).
Snow melting bias in microwave mapping of Antarctic snow accumulation. The Cryosphere. 2(2), 109-115.(2008).