Impacts of Satellite-Based Snow Albedo Assimilation on Offline and Coupled Land Surface Model Simulations

@inproceedings{Wang2015ImpactsOS,
  title={Impacts of Satellite-Based Snow Albedo Assimilation on Offline and Coupled Land Surface Model Simulations},
  author={Tao Wang and Shushi Peng and Gerhard Krinner and James Ryder and Yue Li and Sarah Dantec-N{\'e}d{\'e}lec and Catherine Ottl{\'e} and Juan A. A{\~n}el},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2015}
}
Seasonal snow cover in the Northern Hemisphere is the largest component of the terrestrial cryosphere and plays a major role in the climate system through strong positive feedbacks related to albedo. The snow-albedo feedback is invoked as an important cause for the polar amplification of ongoing and projected climate change, and its parameterization across models is an important source of uncertainty in climate simulations. Here, instead of developing a physical snow albedo scheme, we use a… CONTINUE READING

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