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SC5: Remote Sensing of Water and Energy Cycles 1

Session Organizers

Hui Lu
Tsinghua University
Jiancheng Shi
National Space Science Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Session Infomation

Water and energy cylcle are important components of the Earth system. Remote sensing is able to provide global observation of water and energy cycles and hence support the development of Earth system models. This session seeks papers that contriution to 1) algorithm development or product generation for the essential variables in water and energy cycles and 2)remote sensing application in water and/or energy cycle modeling.

Submitted Articles

Note: The following submitted articles are not guaranteed to be scheduled in the final program at this stage. The final presentation type and arranged session will be decided by Technical Program Committee.
Presenting Author Talk Time Paper Title | Authors | Abstract
Observations of the Water Cycle from Imaging Spectroscopy [Keynote]
*Jeff Dozier (University of California)
Remote Sensing of Snow Water Equivalent Based on X and Ku Band Radar Observations: Data Analysis and Retrieval
*Jiyue Zhu (University of Michigan) Leung Tsang (University of Michigan) Do Hyuk Kang (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center) Edward J. Kim (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
Multi-frequency NMM3D Simulations of Vegetation Effects Using a Hybrid Method for Remote Sensing of Soil Moisture
*Weihui Gu (University of Michigan) Leung Tsang (University of Michigan) Andreas Colliander (California Institute of Technology) Simon H. Yueh (California Institute of Technology)
Leveraging Artificial Intelligence for Enhanced Satellite Retrievals of Orographic Precipitation
*Haonan Chen (Colorado State University) Robert Cifelli (NOAA Physical Sciences Laboratory) Pingping Xie (NOAA Climate Prediction Center)
Quantifying the Hydrometeorological Impacts of Lowering Operational Weather Radar Scan Elevation Angle
*Liangwei Wang (Colorado State University) Haonan Chen (Colorado State University)
Tomography Imaging of Terrestrial Snow for SWE Retrieval Using Frequency-angular Correlation Functions and Asymmetrical Distorted Born's Approximation
*Haokui Xu (University of Michigan) Leung Tsang (University of Michigan) Xiaolan Xu (California Institute of Technology)
Urban Expansion Analysis of GBA Based on Multi-source Nighttime Light Remote Sensing Images
*Tielan Huang (Guangdong Polytechnic of Industry Commerce) *** Yunpeng Wang (Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences) ***

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