A parameterized multiple-scattering model for microwave emission from dry snow

@article{Jiang2007APM,
  title={A parameterized multiple-scattering model for microwave emission from dry snow},
  author={Lingmei Jiang and J. Shi and S. Tjuatja and J. Dozier and K. Chen and L. Zhang},
  journal={Remote Sensing of Environment},
  year={2007},
  volume={111},
  pages={357-366}
}
  • Lingmei Jiang, J. Shi, +3 authors L. Zhang
  • Published 2007
  • Geology
  • Remote Sensing of Environment
  • Snow water equivalent (SWE) is one of the key parameters for many applications in climatology, hydrology, and water resource planning and management. Satellite-based passive microwave sensors have provided global, long-term observations that are sensitive to SWE. However, the complexity of the snowpack makes modeling the microwave emission and inversion of a model to retrieve SWE difficult, with the consequence that retrievals are sometimes incorrect. Here we develop a parameterized dry snow… CONTINUE READING

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