Characterization of Errors in a Coupled Snow Hydrology–Microwave Emission Model

@inproceedings{Andreadis2008CharacterizationOE,
  title={Characterization of Errors in a Coupled Snow Hydrology–Microwave Emission Model},
  author={Konstantinos M Andreadis and Ding Liang and Leung Tsang and Dennis P. Lettenmaier and Edward G. Josberger},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract Traditional approaches to the direct estimation of snow properties from passive microwave remote sensing have been plagued by limitations such as the tendency of estimates to saturate for moderately deep snowpacks and the effects of mixed land cover within remotely sensed pixels. An alternative approach is to assimilate satellite microwave emission observations directly, which requires embedding an accurate microwave emissions model into a hydrologic prediction scheme, as well as… CONTINUE READING

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