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Evaluation of Snowfall Retrieval Performance of GPM Constellation Radiometers Relative to Spaceborne Radars

Several current and former ESSIC/CISESS scientists are co-authors on a new paper in Journal of Hydrometeorology titled “Evaluation of Snowfall Retrieval Performance of GPM Constellation Radiometers Relative to Spaceborne Radars”. Former ESSIC scientist Yalei You was first author on the paper. Current ESSIC/CISESS scientists on the paper are Veljko Petkovic, Lisa Milani, John Yang, and Guojun Gu.

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Striping of MetOp-A MHS on July 1, 2019

Quantifying and Characterizing Striping of Microwave Humidity Sounder With Observation and Simulation

ESSIC/CISESS scientists John Xun Yang, Yalei You, and Rachael Kroodsma are co-authors on a new paper in IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing alongside Sidharth Misra from NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory and William Blackwell from MIT Lincoln Laboratory. Blackwell is also a two-time speaker for the ESSIC Seminar Series, the most recent of which can be viewed here.

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Figures 1 and 2: Snowfall rate from Pacific Northwest snowstorm on April 13, 2022, (left) NOAA-20 SFR, (right) NOHRSC

Microwave Snowfall Rate Product Captures Late Season Pacific Northwest Snowfall

The STAR scientist team of Huan Meng, Yongzhen Fan, Jun Dong, and Yalei You examined the performance of snowfall estimates from the passive microwave snowfall rate (SFR) product for the late season snowstorm that hit Washington and Oregon on April 13. The storm set the local record for most snow accumulation this late in the season, causing power outages and road closures across Portland, Oregon.

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Figure: This is a precipitation event on 29 August 2020 over the Pacific Ocean near the lower California peninsula. (a) the cross-track radiometer precipitation data, (b) the conical scanning radiometer precipitation data, (c) the reference data for the event, and (d) the “morphed” radiometer precipitation data. The box shows the area of improvement due to morphing.

Improving Satellite Precipitation Retrieval

ESSIC/CISESS Scientists Yalei You, John Xun Yang, and Jun Dong have a new article on using “morphing” to improve rain data from cross-track scanning radiometers. The paper, titled “Improving Cross-track Scanning Radiometers’ Precipitation Retrieval over Ocean by Morphing”, is in press at the Journal of Hydrometeorology.

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Sarah Ringerud smiles in front of a dark backdrop, wearing a striped t-shirt

Ringerud, You Win IEEE Paper Award with New Study on An Active–Passive Microwave Land Surface Database

A paper co-authored by ESSIC/CISESS Assistant Research Scientists Sarah Ringerud and Yalei You was selected as the winner of the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society 2020 Transactions Prize Paper Award. The paper, titled “An Active–Passive Microwave Land Surface Database From GPM”, is also by coauthors S. Joseph Munchak and Ludovic Brucker from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center and international researchers Iris de Gelis and Catherine Prigent.

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The cover of the special issue of Remote Sensing

Laviola and You Are Guest Editors of a Special Issue of MDPI Remote Sensing

ESSIC/CISESS Assistant Research Scientist Yalei You and Sante Laviola, a researcher at The Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate (CNR-ISAC) in Bologna, Italy, are guest editors of a special issue of Remote Sensing titled “Satellite Microwave Remote Sensing for Severe Storms Detection”. Laviola has previously spent a year with ESSIC/CISESS as a visiting scientist.

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