ESSIC/CISESS scientist Jifu Yin is the first author on a two-part series published in IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing on refining the Advanced Microwave Scanning Radiometer 2 (AMSR2) soil moisture retrieval algorithm. The paper’s co-authors include ESSIC scientists Jicheng Liu, Huan Meng and Ralph Ferraro.
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Assimilation of Blended Satellite Soil Moisture Data Products to Further Improve Noah-MP Model Skills
Jifu Yin, Ralph Ferraro, and Jicheng Liu are authors on a new paper in Journal of Hydrology
titled “Assimilation of Blended Satellite Soil Moisture Data Products to Further Improve Noah-
MP Model Skills”.
ESSIC/CISESS Scientists Jifu Yin, Jicheng Liu and Ralph Ferraro published a new article last month that discussed their work with NOAA’s Soil Moisture Operational Product System (SMOPS). SMOPS is developed by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to provide the real time blended soil moisture (SM) for Numeric Weather Prediction and National Water Model applications.
ESSIC/CISESS scientists Li Fang, Jifu Yin, Mitchell Schull, and Jicheng Liu collaborated on a chapter in Global Drought and Flood: Observation, Modeling, and Prediction titled “Remote Sensing of Evapotranspiration for Global Drought Monitoring”.
Several ESSIC/CISESS scientists including Malarvizhi Arulraj, Jifu Yin, Christopher Grassotti, Veljko Petkovic collaborated on a multi-author, two-part study led by Douglas Miller, Professor of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of North Carolina, Asheville.
A paper titled “Near‐real‐time one‐kilometre Soil Moisture Active Passive soil moisture data product” co-authored by ESSIC/CISESS Assistant Research Scientist Jifu Yin was recently published by
A paper co-authored by ESSIC/CISESS Assistant Research Scientist Jifu Yin titled “NOAA Satellite Soil Moisture Operational Product System (SMOPS) Version 3.0 Generates Higher Accuracy Blended Satellite Soil Moisture” was recently published in Remote Sensing.