Observations and statistical analysis of combined active-passive microwave space-borne data and snow depth at large spatial scales

Record Type

  • Journal Articles

Full Title

  • Observations and statistical analysis of combined active-passive microwave space-borne data and snow depth at large spatial scales

Author(s)

  • Tedesco M, Miller J

Publication Title

Publication Title (abbreviated)

  • REMOTE SENS ENVIRON

Publication Date

  • 2007 Nov 30

DOI

  • 10.1016/j.rse.2007.04.019

ISSN

  • 0034-4257

Volume

  • 111

Issue

  • 2-3

Page Count

  • 16

First Page

  • 382

Last Page

  • 397

Keyword(s)

Citation

  • Tedesco M, Miller J. Observations and statistical analysis of combined active-passive microwave space-borne data and snow depth at large spatial scales. REMOTE SENS ENVIRON. 2007;111 (2-3):382-397.

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