Passive microwave remote sensing of the historic February 2010 snowstorms in the Middle Atlantic region of the USA

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
Passive microwave remote sensing of the historic February 2010 snowstorms in the Middle Atlantic region of the USA
Author(s)
Foster J, Skofronick-Jackson G, Meng H, Wang J, Riggs G, Kocin P, Johnson B, Cohen J, Hall D, Nghiem S
Publication Title
HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
Publication Title (abbreviated)
HYDROL PROCESS
Publication Date
2012 Oct 30
DOI
10.1002/hyp.8418
ISSN
1099-1085
Volume
26
Issue
22
Page Count
13
First Page
3459
Last Page
3471
Keyword(s)
Water Resources, snowfall, historical, microwave, AMSR-E, AMSU-B, MHS, SNOW WATER EQUIVALENT, SOUNDING UNIT, DEPTH, VARIABILITY, ALGORITHM, RADIOMETRY, VAPOR, LAND
Citation
Foster J, Skofronick-Jackson G, Meng H, Wang J, Riggs G, Kocin P, Johnson B, Cohen J, Hall D, Nghiem S. Passive microwave remote sensing of the historic February 2010 snowstorms in the Middle Atlantic region of the USA. HYDROL PROCESS. 2012;26 (22):3459-3471.
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