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Nghiem, S.V., Hall D.K., Foster J.L., & Neumann G. (2014).  Terrestrial Snow. Encyclopedia of Remote Sensing: Springer Reference .
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Miege, C., Forster R., Brucker L., Koenig L., Solomon D. K., Paden J., et al. (2016).  Spatial extent and temporal variability of the Greenland firn aquifer detected by ground and airborne radars. J. Geophys. Res. Earth Surf.. 121,
Miege, C., Forster R., Brucker L., Koenig L., Solomon D. K., Paden J., et al. (2016).  Spatial extent and temporal variability of the Greenland firn aquifer detected by ground and airborne radars. J. Geophys. Res. Earth Surf.. 121,
Magand, O., Picard G., Brucker L., Fily M., & Genthon C. (2008).  Snow melting bias in microwave mapping of Antarctic snow accumulation. The Cryosphere. 2(2), 109-115.
Brucker, L., Picard G., & Fily M. (2010).  Snow grain size profile deduced from microwave snow emissivities in Antarctica. Journal of Glaciology. 56(197), 514-524.
Picard, G., Brucker L., Roy A., Dupont F., Fily M., Royer A., et al. (2013).  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.
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.
Foster, J., Hall D.K., Kell R., & Chiu L. (2009).  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.
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.