ESC 2018 (75TH MEETING COLLEGE PARK MD)
01 R. Kelly. Remote sensing of snow: A four act play.
02 B. Forman, Y. Kwon, S. Kumar, Y. Yoon, J. Le Moigne, M. Holland, S. Nag. Global snow from space: Development of a satellite-based, terrestrial snow mission planning tool.
03 J.M. Ramage, M.T. Johnson, M.J. Brodzik, T.J. Troy, M.A. Hardman, D.G. Long. Noisy data or noisy landscape? Putting new calibrated, enhanced-resolution brightness temperatures to the test.
04 D.A. Robinson, T.L. Mote. Assessment of the stability of a satellite-derived snow extent using station snow depth observations.
05 F. Appel, F. Koch, P. Henkel. Snow water equivalent from operational GNSS in-situ stations as service for hydrological applications ESA IAP demo in eastern Canada.
06 C. Vuyovich, A. Langlois, A. Roy, T. Letcher, J. Jacobs, J. Parno, R. Schroeder, S. Kraatz, Z. Courville, E. Cho. 2018 Hubbard Brook field experiment: Snow observations in a north-eastern U.S. forested region.
07 A. Pierre, S. Jutras. Snowy opportunities at the NEIGE site, Montmorency Forest, Québec, Canada.
08 J.L. Foster. History of ice on the Chesapeake Bay.
09 M.L. Wrzesien, M.T. Durand, T.M. Pavelsky, S. Kapnick, Y. Zhang, J. Guo, C.K. Shum. A new estimate of North American montane snow water equivalent: Validation challenges and large-scale implications.
10 J. Tao, R.H. Reichle, R.D. Koster, B.A. Forman, Y. Xue. Impacts of vegetation and snow on permafrost variability.
11 N.R. Leroux, J.W. Pomeroy, W.D. Helgason. Impact of heat convection induced by topography-driven air ventilation on snow surface temperature.
12 S.E. Tuttle, J.M. Jacobs. Frequency and timing of snow melt and refreeze in the northern U.S. from satellite brightness temperature and air temperature.
13 J.A. Ahmad, B.A. Forman. Support vector machine prediction of passive microwave brightness temperatures over snow-covered terrain in high mountain Asia: What are the sensitivities and potential pitfalls of machine learning?
14 N. Chen, W. Li, C. Gatebe, T. Tanikawa, M. Hori, T. Aoki, R. Shimada, K. Stamnes. New cloud mask algorithm over snow/ice-covered areas based on machine learning techniques and comprehensive radiative transfer simulations.
15 A.R. Contosta, N. Casson, S.J. Nelson, S. Garlick. What is Winter? A socio-ecological reckoning.
16 M. Ecclestone. Eastern Snow Conference meeting locations.
17 C. Grassoti, S.R. Helfrich. Assessment of Advanced Technology Microwave Sounder (ATMS) snow products.
18 W. Gu, J. Zhu, S. Tan, L. Tsang. Bicontinuous dense media radiative transfer (DMRT) model for applications to snow parameters retrievals in satellite microwave remote sensing and data assimilation.
19 H. Guy, L.B. Perry, S.E. Yuter. Observations of snow particle characteristics during snow events in the southern Appalachian Mountains.
20 M. Johnson, J. Ramage, T.J. Troy, M.J. Brodzik. Passive microwave remote sensing of Colorado watersheds using calibrated, enhanced-resolution brightness temperatures (CETB) for estimation of snowmelt timing - CLPX and SnowEx.
21 R.S. Kim, S. Kumar, C. Vuyovich, P. Houser, M. Durand, G. Liston, J. Lundquist, E. Kim, A. Barros, C. Derksen, B.A. Forman, C. Garnaud, M. Sandells. Snow Ensemble Uncertainty Project (SEUP): Quantification of snow water equivalent uncertainty across North Americ via ensemble-based land surface modeling.
22 Y. Kwon, B. Forman, Y. Yoon, S.V. Kumar. Feasibility of a microwave brightness temperature data assimilation framework using the NASA Land Information System and a well-trained support vector machine to improve snow water equivalent estimates over high mountain Asia.
23 T. Letcher, C. Vuyovich. Improving the understanding and uncertainty of snow radiative transfer modeling using snowpack information of varying complexity.
24 Y. Liu, J.R. Key, A. Letterly. Status of the GOES-R fractional snow cover product.
25 S. Manickam, A. Bhattacharya, M. Braun. Inversion of snow depth from UAVSAR L-band PolSAR data.
26 S. Mousavi, R. De Roo. Dual-pol passive coherent measurement of snow-on-ice near grazing with WiBAR.
27 B. Osmanoglu, R. Rincon, Q. Bonds, P. Racette, L. Brucker. Snow water equivalent synthetic aperture radar and radiometer (SWESARR).
28 J. Park, B.A. Forman. Towards the assimilation of C-band synthetic aperture radar (SAR) backscatter observations over snow-covered terrain.
29 M.S. Pelto. The nexus of an alpine glacier watershed, climate change and human activity: Nooksack River, Washington.
30 J.M. Pflug, G.E. Liston, J.D. Lundquist. Adapting model representation of liquid water percolation in maritime environments.
31 P. Romanov. Enhanced 30-year global snow and ice dataset and climatology derived from combined satellite observations in the visible/infrared and microwave spectral bands.
32 A. Roy, A. Langlois, C. Dolant, L. Brucker, A. Royer. SnowEx 2017 in-situ passive microwave measurements: Analysis of wet snow microwave emission.
33 E.M. Ryan, L. Brucker, B.A. Forman. Exploration into the potential linkage between local fluctuations in passive microwave snow water equivalent (SWE) retrieval and various characteristics of a rain-on-snow (ROS) event.
34 R. Schroeder, S. Kraatz, J.M. Jacobs, B. Connelly, M.M. DeWeese. Detection of snowmelt signals for improving snowmelt flood forecasts in the Red River Basin of the North.
35 J. Toupin. Avalanche in Eastern Canada: A provincial responsibility.
36 T.I. Vargas, L.B. Perry, H. Guy, J. Jonaitis. Synoptic patterns associated with early and late onset of the wet season in southern Peruvian Andes.
37 J. Wang, B.A. Forman, M. Girotto, R.H. Reichle. Year-round estimation of terrestrial water storage over snow covered terrain via multi-sensor assimilation of GRACE and AMSR-E.
38 L. Wang, B. Forman, Y. Kwon, S. Kumar. Integration of a spatiotemporal subsampler for use in observing system simulation experiments: Linking TAT-C with NASA LIS to study snow across western Colorado.
39 Y. Xue, Y. Mei, P. Houser, V. Maggioni. Towards the development of a hyper-resolution high mountain Asia-land data assimilation system.
40 G. Yin, B.A. Forman, B.D. Loomis, S.B. Luthcke. Estimating snow water equivalent from a combination of GPS and GRACE observations over the western United States.
41 Y. Yoon, S.V. Kumar, D.M. Mocko, R.I. Rosenberg, Y. Kwon, B. Forman, B. Zaitchik. Spatiotempral distribution of snow in the high mountain Asia and its impact on runoff.
42 J. Zhu, S. Tan, L. Tsang, S.V. Nghiem. Fully coherent physical model based on analytical method of Feynman diagrams for applications in microwave remote sensing of snow cover.
43 E. Kim, C. Gatebe, D. Hall, J. Newlin, A. Misakonis, K. Elder, H.P. Marshall, C. Hiemstra, L. Brucker, E. De Marco, D.H. Kang, C. Crawford, J. Entin. Observing snow in a forested environment: NASA’s SnowEx Campaign Year 1.
44 C.K. Gatebe, W. Li, N. Chen, Y. Fan, R. Poudval, S. Sharbouche, L. Brucker, K. Stamnes. Obtaining reliable retrieval of snow optical properties from NASA’s SnowEx Campaign Year 1.
45 J. Zhu, S. Tan, L. Tsang, D.-H. Kang, E. Kim. Retrieval algorithm of snow water equivalent using SnowSAR and scatterometer backscatters with both co- and cross-polarizations.
46 M.A. Salgado, A.G. Klein, C.A. Hiemstra, A.B. Gelvin. Measurements of snow depth and structure via terrestrial LIDAR during SnowEx.
47 L. Brucker, C. Hiemstra, H.-P. Marshall, K. Elder. SnowEx 2017 community snow depth measurements: A quality controlled, georeferenced product.
48 H. Lievens, R.H. Reichle, M. Girotto, L. Brucker, E. Kim, C. Marty, T. Jonas, M. Olefs, M. Dumont, D. Verfaillie, J. Schoeber, G.J.M. De Lannoy. Mapping snow mass in the European Alps using Sentinel-1 radar observations.
49 M. Torres, M. Reilly-Collette, C. Vuyovich. Investigating the 2009 Red River of the North snowmelt flood using enhanced resolution passive microwave data.
50 M. Mousavi, R. De Roo, K. Sarabandi, A.W. England. Sub-pixel variability of the measured ice or snow pack thicknesses using wideband autocorrelation radiometer.
51 Y. Antropova, A.S. Komarov, M. Richardson, K. Millard, K. Smith. Wet snow detection from Radarsat-2 images in Nunavut, Canada.
52 K.N. Musselman, J. Berggren, J. Vano, N. Addor, N.P. Molotch. Reconsidering the utility of the April 1st snow water equivalent metric.
53 D.K. Hall, G.A. Riggs, N.E. DiGirolamo. Assessment of uncertainties in the new MODIS cloud-gap filled snow maps.
54 J.C. Hammond, F.A. Saavedra, S.K. Kampf. Global snow zone maps and trends in snow persistence 2001-2016.
55 G.E. Gunn, E. Bunting, D. Yang. Monitoring ice phenology of small ponds and lakes using Sentinel-1 and cloud-based detection algorithms.
56 B. Monpetit, B. Deschamps, S. Howell, D.A. Clausi, M.J. Shafiee, J. Duffe, D. Flett. Using a convolutional neural network to classify ice/water conditions from different C-band SAR platforms in the Arctic.
57 R.R. McCrary, M. Bukovsky, L.O. Mearns. Uncertainty in future changes in snowpack and rain-on-snow events in the U.S. northern Great Plains using high-resolution climate models.
58 J. King, S. Howell. SnowMicroPen (SMP) estimates of snow density on sea ice for altimetry applications.
59 D.A. Robinson, M.N. Ward. Middle East snow cover variability and associated atmospheric and hydrologic conditions.
60 E.J. Deeb, C.M. Vuyovich, J.B. Eylander, C.A. Hiemstra, A.M. Wagner, B.F. Morriss, T.B. Baldwin, J.J. Gagnon. Snow estimation capabilities for military and civil works applications and operations.
61 E. Cho, J.M. Jacobs, S. Tuttle, R. Schroeder, C. Olheiser. Improvement of airborne gamma radiation snow water equivalent estimations with spaceborne soil moisture observations.
62 M.A. Eck, L.B. Perry. Understanding winter temperature and snowfall in the anomalous southern Appalachian Mountains: A 2017-2018 winter review.
63 D. Petersen, G. Carbin, B. Veenhuis, M. Klein, M. Bodnar. Winter precipitation forecasting at the Weather Prediction Center.