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Publications about 'snow water equivalent'

Articles in journal or book chapters

  1. Ladina Steiner, Michael Meindl, Christoph Marty, and Alain Geiger. Impact of GPS Processing on the Estimation of Snow Water Equivalent Using Refracted GPS Signals. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 58(1):123-135, January 2020. Keyword(s): Global Positioning System, remote sensing, snow, Swiss Alps, GPS processing parameters, SWE estimation performance, elevation-dependent weighting scheme, elevation cutoff angles, sub-snow GPS, temporal reliability, systematic overview, seasons time period, GPS refractometry, sub-snow global positioning system antennas, snowpack modeling, remote sensing data, snow hydrological monitoring, weather conditions, continuous SWE quantification, automated SWE quantification, situ snow water equivalent estimation, global navigation satellite system antennas, refracted GPS signals, daily estimates, hourly SWE estimation, Global Positioning System, Snow, Estimation, Global navigation satellite system, Antennas, Satellites, Delays, Global navigation satellite system (GNSS), global positioning system (GPS), GPS refractometry, snow, snow water equivalent (SWE), sub-snow. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  2. Ladina Steiner, Michael Meindl, and Alain Geiger. Characteristics and limitations of GPS L1 observations from submerged antennas. Journal of Geodesy, 93(2):267-280, February 2019. Keyword(s): GNSS, GPS, Snow-water equivalent, SWE, Submerged antennas. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  3. Ladina Steiner, Michael Meindl, Charles Fierz, and Alain Geiger. An assessment of sub-snow GPS for quantification of snow water equivalent. The Cryosphere, 12(10):3161-3175, 2018. Keyword(s): GNSS, GPS, Snow-water equivalent, SWE, Submerged antennas. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  4. J. Pan, M. Durand, M. Sandells, J. Lemmetyinen, E. J. Kim, J. Pulliainen, A. Kontu, and C. Derksen. Differences Between the HUT Snow Emission Model and MEMLS and Their Effects on Brightness Temperature Simulation. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 54(4):2001-2019, April 2016. Keyword(s): radiative transfer, remote sensing, snow, HUT snow emission model, Helsinki University of Technology, brightness temperature simulation, snow water equivalent retrieval algorithm, passive microwave measurement, multiple-layer HUT model, Microwave Emission Model of Layered Snowpacks, scattered intensity, radiative transfer equation, one-flux equation, two-flux theory, HUT scattering coefficient, trapped-radiation, natural snow cover, Sodankyla, Finland, Churchill, Canada, Colorado, USA, snow grain size was, deep snow, Born approximation, root-mean-square error, Snow, Mathematical model, Scattering, Grain size, Microwave theory and techniques, Ice, Correlation, Model comparison, passive microwave remote sensing, snow, Model comparison, passive microwave remote sensing, snow. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  5. Silvan Leinss, Andreas Wiesmann, J. Lemmetyinen, and I. Hajnsek. Snow Water Equivalent of Dry Snow Measured by Differential Interferometry. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, 8(8):3773-3790, August 2015. Keyword(s): radar interferometry, remote sensing by radar, snow, Finland, SnowScat instrument, Sodankyla town, Xand Ku-band, active microwave remote sensing method, differential interferogram time series, differential radar interferometry, dry snow measurement, frequency 10 GHz, frequency 16 GHz, frequency 20 GHz, passive microwave remote sensing method, phase wrapping error, reference instrument, signal delay, snow density, snow pack spatial inhomogeneity, snow volume, snow water equivalent mapping, stratigraphy, temporal decorrelation, time 30 day, Backscatter, Ice, Instruments, Interferometry, Snow, Synthetic aperture radar, Coherence loss, SnowScat, dielectric constant of snow, differential interferometry (D-InSAR), dry snow, microwave penetration of snow, real aperture radar, snow water equivalent (SWE), synthetic aperture radar (SAR). [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


Conference articles

  1. R. Rincon, B. Osmanoglu, P. Racette, Q. Bonds, M. Perrine, L. Brucker, S. Seufert, and C. Kielbasa. Tri-Frequency Synthetic Aperture Radar for the Measurements of Snow Water Equivalent. In Proc. IEEE Int. Geosci. Remote Sens. Symp., pages 8653-8655, July 2019. Keyword(s): airborne radar, hydrological equipment, hydrological techniques, radiometers, snow, synthetic aperture radar, airborne synthetic aperture radar system, snow water equivalent, SWE, radiometer, active passive microwave system, frequency bands, successful system performance, tri-frequency synthetic aperture radar, SWESARR instrument, dual polarization radar, AD 2019 11, frequency 9.65 GHz, frequency 13.6 GHz, frequency 200.0 MHz, frequency 17.25 GHz, Snow, Spaceborne radar, Radar antennas, Synthetic aperture radar, Instruments, Microwave radiometry, Snow, SAR, SWE. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  2. Othmar Frey, Charles L. Werner, Rafael Caduff, and Andreas Wiesmann. Inversion of Snow Structure Parameters from Time Series of Tomographic Measurements With SnowScat. In Proc. IEEE Int. Geosci. Remote Sens. Symp., pages 2472-2475, 2017. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, SAR Tomography, Tomographic profiling, SnowScat, ESA, European Space Agency, X-Band, Ku-Band, Polarimetry, ground-based radar, Snow, Snowpack, geophysical signal processing, radar polarimetry, synthetic aperture radar, SWE, Snow Water Equivalent, Autofocus, Time-Domain Back-Projection, TDBP, Backprojection. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  3. Othmar Frey, Charles L. Werner, Rafael Caduff, and Andreas Wiesmann. A time series of tomographic profiles of a snow pack measured with SnowScat at X-/Ku-Band. In Proc. IEEE Int. Geosci. Remote Sens. Symp., volume 1, pages 17-20, July 2016. Keyword(s): SAR Processing, SAR Tomography, Tomographic profiling, SnowScat, ESA, European Space Agency, X-Band, Ku-Band, Polarimetry, ground-based radar, Snow, Snowpack, geophysical signal processing, radar polarimetry, synthetic aperture radar. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  4. Charles L. Werner, Andreas Wiesmann, Tazio Strozzi, Martin Schneebeli, and Christian Matzler. The SnowScat ground-based polarimetric scatterometer: Calibration and initial measurements from Davos Switzerland. In Proc. IEEE Int. Geosci. Remote Sens. Symp., pages 2363-2366, July 2010. Keyword(s): SnowScat, KuScat, calibration, geophysical equipment, radar polarimetry, snow, COld REgions Hydrology High-resolution Observatory Mission, Davos Switzerland, Ku-Band, SNOWSCAT ground-based polarimetric scatterometer, SnowScat, VH polarization, VV polarization, X-Band, calibration, dry snow, dual frequency radar, ground-based coherent polarimetric scatterometer, snow water equivalent retrieval algorithms, Antenna measurements, Antennas, Calibration, Frequency measurement, Instruments, Radar measurements, Snow. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


  5. Keith Morrison, Helmut Rott, Thomas Nagler, Helge Rebhan, and Patrick Wursteisen. The SARALPS-2007 measurement campaign on X- and Ku-Band Backscatter of snow. In Proc. IEEE Int. Geosci. Remote Sens. Symp., pages 1207-1210, July 2007. Keyword(s): snow, radar interferometry, radar polarimetry, snow, synthetic aperture radar, AD 2006 to 2007, Austrian Alps, InSAR mode, Innsbruck, SARALPS-2007 measurement campaign, active microwave sensors, polarimetric backscatter, snow parameters, snow water equivalent, spaceborne scatterometry, Backscatter, Frequency, Hydrologic measurements, Hydrology, Microwave sensors, Radar measurements, Snow, Spaceborne radar, Synthetic aperture radar, System testing, Synthetic aperture radar, ice, snow. [Abstract] [bibtex-entry]


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Author: Othmar Frey, Earth Observation and Remote Sensing, Institute of Environmental Engineering, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology - ETH Zurich .


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