Assimilation of passive microwave AMSR-2 satellite observations in a snowpack evolution model over northeastern Canada

@inproceedings{Larue2018AssimilationOP,
  title={Assimilation of passive microwave AMSR-2 satellite observations in a snowpack evolution model over northeastern Canada},
  author={Fanny Larue and Alain Royer and Danielle De S{\`e}ve and Alexandre Roy and Emmanuel Cosme},
  year={2018}
}
Abstract. Over northeastern Canada, the amount of water stored in a snowpack, estimated by its snow water equivalent (SWE) amount, is a key variable for hydrological applications. The limited number of weather stations driving snowpack models over large and remote northern areas generates great uncertainty in SWE evolution. A data assimilation (DA) scheme was developed to improve SWE estimates by updating meteorological forcing data and snowpack states with passive microwave (PMW) satellite… CONTINUE READING

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