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Science Team: Snow/Polar Hydrology


Towards a Polar Snowfall Hydrology Mission - June 26-28, 2007 Montreal, Quebec

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Stewart, Ronald Arctic Precipitating Systems Link
Cober, Stewart G. Utilization of Research Aircraft for Validation of Satellite-Derived Products Link
Ducharme MONITORING OF WATER IS STRATEGIC TO HYDRO-QUEBEC Link
Lettenmaier, Dennis P. The Arctic Hydrological Cycle Link
Yang, Daqing, et al. Arctic Freshwater Flux and Change Link
Belair, Stephane Snow in Canada's Numerical Weather Prediction (NWP) Systems Link
Geer, Alan Precipitation assimilation at ECMWF Link
Blanchet, J-P, et al. Arctic Regional Climate Modelling: GEM-Arctic, the DGF Process and CloudSat CALIPSO New Perspective Link
No Author Weather radar is a southern thing Link
Goodson, Ron and Ed Hudson A Few Words On Forecasting Snow in the Arctic Link
Verseghy, Diana Land surface parameterization in climate models Link
Chandrasekar, V. Snow Microphysical Retrieval Based on Ground Radar Measurements Link
Koistinen, Jarmo Research topics at Helsinki Testbed related to snow Link
Kollias, P. and I. Zawadzki The growth of snow as seen by profiling radars Link
Liu, Guosheng Snowfall Retrieval from Space Link
Huffman, George J. Progress and Problems in Combining Global Satellite Precipitation Products and Surface Gauge Measurements: Focus on High Latitudes Link
Jackson, Gail Skofronick Progress in Retrieval of Light Rainfall and Falling Snow Rates from GPM Core Satellite's GMI and DPR Sensors Link
Ferraro, Ralph and Nai-Yu Wang Current and Future Global Satellite Precipitation Products with Emphasis on High Latitudes Link
Bennartz, Ralf Major Problems in Microwave Radiative Transfer Pertaining to Retrieval of Freezing Rainfall and Snowfall Rates Link
Tripoli, G.J., et al. University of Wisconsin Antarctica Research Center Link
Wood, Norm Progress in Retrieval of Snowfall from CloudSat CPR Link
Yang, Daqing and Barry Goodison Gauge Precipitation and Snow Depth Measurements Link
Dozier, Jeff, et al. Interpretation of snow properties from imaging spectrometry Link
Duguay, Claude Cold Regions Hydrology High-resolution Observatory Link
Fischer, Alexandre Investigating the Advantages of using a Multi-parameter Approach to Derive Automated Snowfall Measurements Link
Nolin, Anne Issues with Remote Sensing of Snow on the Ground Link
Walker, Anne Remote Sensing of SWE in Canada Link
Smith, Craig D. In Situ Snow Measurements: Snow Depth and SWE Link
Lettenmaier, Dennis P. Overview of the Decadal Review Link
Pomeroy, John Snow Processes and Modelling Link
Stephens, Graeme A preliminary concept of a coordinated research program for the coming decade on cloud, precipitation aerosol processes Link
Goodison, Barry, et al. Cryosphere Theme Link
Hou, Arthur Y. and Gail Skofronick-Jackson Global Precipitation Measurement Link
Joe, Paul Committee on Earth Observation Satellites Link
Takahashi, Nobuhiro Remote Sensing Activities in NICT Link
Piekutowski, Thomas Polar Snowfall Hydrology: Opportunities Link
Ferraro, Ralph, et al. IPWGs Potential Role in a Snow Hydrology Mission Link
Shimizu, Shuji Related missions and programs for Snowfall and Snow Hydrology of JAXA Link
No Author Points of Consideration: Session 2 Polar Systems and Polar Water Cycle Overview Link
No Author Session 3 Forecasting, Parameterization, Prediction Link
No Author Session 4 Summary Snowfall Profiles Link
No Author Summary of Session 5s Scientific and Technical Issues Link
Stephens, Graeme Blue-sky Link
No Author Summary - Session 7 Link
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