This event has passed. See the seminar recording here: Prof. Soroosh Sorooshian Director, Center for Hydrometeorology and Remote Sensing (CHRS) Distinguished Professor, Department of Civil
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Oceanic Responses to the Winter Storm Outbreak of February 2021 in the Gulf of Mexico from In Situ and Satellite Observations
Korak Saha and Yongsheng Zhang are co-authors of a new paper in Remote Sensing titled “Oceanic Responses to the Winter Storm Outbreak of February 2021 in the Gulf of Mexico from In Situ and Satellite Observations”.
ESSIC Scientist Zhuosen Wang has a new paper in Remote Sensing of Environment that proposes the use of NASA’s Black Marble products to monitor nighttime light.
ESSIC/CISESS Scientists Xi Shao and Wenhui Wang co-published an article in Remote Sensing on July 13, 2022 that describes more than a decade of research on S-NPP VIIRS reflective solar bands (RSBs).
ESSIC scientists John Xun Yang, Yalei You, and Ralph Ferraro are co-authors on a new paper in Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) that describes a newly developed adaptive window for calibration on microwave sounders at EUMETSAT and NOAA.
ESSIC/CISESS scientists Yalei You and Sarah Ringerud have a new paper out in IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing along with University of Minnesota scientists Sajad Vahedizade and Ardeshir Ebtehaj and F. Joseph Turk from Jet Propulsion Laboratory. The paper is titled “Passive Microwave Signatures and Retrieval of High-Latitude Snowfall Over Open Oceans and Sea Ice: Insights From Coincidences of GPM and CloudSat Satellites”. You leads a CISESS task on developing and assessing the NOAA Alaska Regional Snowfall Rate Product.
ESSIC/CISESS Scientists John Xun Yang and Hu Yang have a new article in press at IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing titled “A New Algorithm for Determining the Noise Equivalent Delta Temperature of In-Orbit Microwave Radiometers”.
ESSIC/CISESS Scientists Xi Shao, Sirish Uprety and Wen-hui Wang are contributors to a new book, Remote Sensing of Night-time Light, to be released on August 10th. Their chapter is on the assessment of straylight correction performance for the JPSS Visible/Infrared Imager Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) day/night band using Dome-C and Greenland under lunar illumination. This book captures key methodological issues associated with pre-processing night-time light data, documents state of the art analysis methods, and explores a wide range of applications.
ESSIC/CISESS Scientists Zhipeng Wang, Fangfang Yu, Hyelim Yoo, Haifeng Qian and Xi Shao have been honored with a SPIE Journal of Applied Remote Sensing 2020 Best Papers Award for their article, “On-orbit calibration and characterization of GOES-17 ABI IR bands under dynamic thermal conditions”.