Research Publications

2012 CREST Research Publications

Theme 1: Climate, Theme 2: Weather and Atmosphere, Theme 3: Land Processes and Water Resources, Theme 4: Coastal and Ocean Waters

Theme 1: Climate

  1. Arnesena, A.S., T.S.F. Silva, L.L. Hess, E.M.L.M. Novo, B.D. Chapman, and K.C. McDonald, (2012). Monitoring flood extent in the Amazon River floodplain using ALOS/PALSAR ScanSAR images, Remote Sensing of Environment. Vol.130, p:51-61
  2. Barrand, N. Vaughan, D. Steiner, N. Tedesco, M. Kuipers Munneke, P.; Broeke, M. & Hosking, J. (2012). Trends in Antarctic Peninsula surface melting conditions from observations and regional climate modelingJournal of Geophysical Research.Vol.118, p:315-330.
  3. Bateni M.S, C. Huang, S.A. Margulis, E. Podest, and K. McDonald, (2012). Feasibility of characterizing snowpack and the freeze-thaw state of underlying soil using multifrequency active/passive microwave measurements, IEEE Trans Geoscience and Remote Sensing. Vol.51, p:4085–4102.
  4. Comarazamy D., J.E. González, J. Luvall, D. Rickman, and R. Bornstein. (2012). Climate Impacts of Land Cover and Land Use Changes in Tropical Islands under Conditions of Global Climate Change. J. of Climate, Vol.26, p:1535–1550.
  5. Gladkova, I.; Grossberg, M.; Bonev, G.; Romanov, P.; Shahriar, F. (2012), "Increasing the Accuracy of MODIS/Aqua Snow Product Using Quantitative Image Restoration Technique," Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, IEEE , vol.9, no.4, p:740-743.
  6. Gladkova, M. Grossberg, F. Shahriar, G. Bonev, P. Romanov, (2012) Quantitative Restoration for MODIS Band 6 on Aqua, IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing,
 IEEE Xplore Digital Library. Vol.50.
  7. Jimenez, C., C. Prigent, J. Catherinot and W.B. Rossow, (2012) A comparison of ISCCP land surface temperatures with other satellite and in situ observations. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. Vol.117.
  8. Jones, M. O, J.S. Kimball, L.A. Jones, K.C. McDonald, (2012). Satellite passive microwave detection of North America start of season, Remote Sensing of Environment. Vol.123, p:324-333
  9. Lee, D., L. Oreopoulos, G.J. Huffman and W.B. Rossow, (2012) The precipitation characteristics of ISCCP tropical weather states. J. Climate, Vol.26, p:772–788.
  10. Luo, Y., H. Wang, R. Zhang, W. Qian and Z. Luo, (2012) Comparison of rainfall characteristics and convective properties of monsoon precipitation systems over South China and Yangtze-and-Huai River Basin. J. Climate, Vol.26, p:110–132.
  11. Luo, Z., D. Kley, R.H. Johnson, G.Y. Liu, S. Nawrath and H.G.J. Smit, (2012) Influence of sea surface temperature on humidity and temperature in the outflow of tropical deep convection. J. Climate, Vol.25, p: 1340-1348.
  12. Oreopoulos, L., and W.B. Rossow, (2012) The cloud radiative effect of ISCCP weather states. J.
Geophys. Res., Vol.72, p:2–20.
  13. Oreopoulos, L., E. Mlawer, J. Delamere, T. Shippert, J. Cole, B. Fomin, M. Iacono, Z. Jin, J. Li, J.
Manners, P. Raisanen, F. Rose, Y‐C. Zhang, M.J. Wilson and W.B. Rossow, (2012) The Continual Inter comparison of Radiation Codes: Results from Phase I. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. Vol.117.
  14. Ganga-Brahmapurtra river discharge from Jason-2 radar altimetry: An update to the long-term satellite-derived estimates of continental freshwater forcing flux into the Bay of Bengal. J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, Vol.117
  15. Papa, F., S. Biancamaria, C. Lion and W.B. Rossow, (2012) Uncertainties in mean river discharge estimates associated with satellite altimeter temporal sampling intervals: a case study for the annual peak flow in the context of the future SWOT hydrology mission. Geosci. Remote Sensing Lett., Vol.9, p:569-573.
  16. Prigent, C., F. Papa, F. Aires, C. Jimenez, W.B. Rossow and E. Matthews, (2012) Changes in land surface water dynamics since the 1990s and relation to population pressure. Geophys. Res. Lett., Vol.39, p:1-5.
  17. Takahashi, H., and Z. Luo, (2012) Where is the level of neutral buoyancy for deep convection? Geophys. Res. Lett., Vol.39, L15809.

Theme 2: Weather and Atmosphere

  1. Compton J. C., R. Delgado, T.A. Berkoff, and R. M. Hoff, (2012) “Determination of planetary boundary layer height on short spatial and temporal scales: A demonstration of the Covariance Wavelet Transform in ground based wind profiler and lidar measurements” . J. Atmos. Oceanic Technol., Vol.30, p:1566–1575.
  2. Delgado R., M. Weldegaber, M. Woodman, B.Demoz, and R. M. Hoff, (2012) “Elastic Lidar Measurements Of Summer Nocturnal Low Level Jet Events over Baltimore, Maryland” American Geophysical Union.
  3. Hosannah N., J.E. González, D. Comarazamy, The Effects of Aerosol PSD on Precipitation in a Coastal Urban Environment using a Cloud-Resolving Atmospheric Model. J. Geophysical Research.
  4. Knepp T., M. Pippin, J. Crawford, J. Szykman, R. Long, L. Cowen, A. Cede, N. Abuhassan, J. Herman, R. Delgado, J. Compton, T. A. Berkoff, J. Fishman, D. Martins, R. Stauffer, A. Thompson, A. Weinheimer, D. Knapp, D. Montzka, D. Lenschow, and D. Neil, (2012) “Towards a Methodology for Estimating Surface NO2 and SO2 Mixing Ratios from High Spatial and Temporal Resolution Retrievals, and its Applicability to High-resolution Space-based Observations”, Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry.
  5. Rault, D.F. and R.P. Loughman, (2012) The OMPS Limb Profiler Environmental Data Record Algorithm Theoretical Basis Document, IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing. Vol.51, p:2505-2527.
  6. Sequera P., J.E. González, Y. Molina, R. Bornstein.(2012) Energy Demand Projections in the 21st Century for Coastal California. 6th ASME International Conference on Energy Sustainability, J. of Solar Energy Engineering. p:1163-1172.
  7. Smith, W.L., E. Weisz, S.V. Kireev, D.K. Zhou, Z. Li, and E.E. Borbas, (2012), Dual-Regression Retrieval Algorithm for Real-Time Processing of Satellite Ultra spectral Radiances. J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol. Vol.51, p:1455–1476.
  8. Stauffer R. M., A. M. Thompson, D. K. Martins, R. D. Clark, C. P. Loughner, R. Delgado, T. A. Berkoff, E. C. Gluth, R. R. Dickerson, J. W. Stehr, M. A. Tzortziou,and A. J. Weinheimer, (2012) “Bay Breeze Influence on Surface Ozone at Edgewood, MD During July 2011”, Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry.
  9. Su, J., M. McCormick, Z. Liu, R. Lee, K. Leavor, and L. Lei, (2012) "Transmittance ratio constrained retrieval technique for lidar cirrus measurements," Opt. Lett. Vol.37, p: 1595-1597.
  10. Vladutescu V., Y. Wu, B. Gross, F. Moshary, S. Ahmed, R. Blake, M. Razani (2012) “ Remote Sensing Instruments used for Measurement and Model Validation of Optical Parameters of Atmospheric Aerosols” IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation & Measurement. Vol.61, p: 1733-1746.
  11. Wu Y, L. Cordero, B. Gross, F. Moshary, S. Ahmed, (2012) . “Smoke plume optical properties and transport observed by a multi-wavelength lidar, sun photometer and satellite”, Atmospheric Environment. Vol. 63, p: 32-42.

Theme 3: Water Resources and Land Processes

  1. Chaouch N. Temimi M. Romanov M. Cabrera R. Mckillop G. Khanbilvardi R. (2012). An Automated Algorithm for the Monitoring of River Ice over the Susquehanna River Basin using MODIS data. Hydrological Processes.
  2. Chaouch N., Leconte R., Magagi R., Temimi M. (2012) A sequential method to retrieve soil moisture from passive microwave measurements over the Mackenzie River Basin. Vadose Zone Journal, p:64-69.
  3. Chen C., Lakhankar T., Romanov P., Helfrich S. Powell A., and Reza Khanbilvardi (2012) “ Validation of NOAA-IMS Snow Cover Maps with Ground-Based Data over Continental United States”, Remote Sensing. Vol.4, p:1134-1145.
  4. Lakhankar T. Azar A.E. Shahroudi N. Powell A. and R. Khanbilvardi (2012) Analysis of the Effects of Snowpack Properties on Satellite Microwave Brightness Temperature and Emissivity Data, Journal of Geophysics & Remote Sensing. Vol.1: page 101.
  5. Mahani, S., N. Norouzi, R. Kuligowski, R. Khanbilvardi, and K. Hsu; (2012); “Evaluation of Remotely-Sensed Rainfall Algorithms for Strong Hurricanes”; Journal of Flood Engineering; Vol.3 No.1-2, p:1-18.
  6. Norouzi, H., W.B. Rossow, M. Temimi, C. Prigent M. Azarderakhsh, S. Boukabara and R. Khanbilvardi, (2012) Using microwave brightness temperature diurnal cycle to improve emissivity retrievals over land. Remote Sens. Environ., Vol.123, p:470-482.
  7. Notarnicola C. Caporaso L. Di Giuseppe F. Temimi M. Ventura B. Zebisch M. (2012). Inferring Soil moisture variability in the Mediterrean Sea area using infrared and passive microwave observations. Canadian Journal of remote Sensing. Vol.38(1): p:46-59.
  8. Harmsen E.W., (2012). TECHNICAL NOTE: A Simple Web-Based Method for Scheduling Irrigation in Puerto Rico. J. Agric. Univ. P.R. 96 (3-4). Submitted a 30-chapter book for publication (Evapotranspiration: Principles and Applications for Water Management) to Apple Academic Press, Inc

Theme 4: Coastal and Ocean Waters

  1. Hlaing S., A. Gilerson, T. Harmel, A. Tonizzo, A. Weidemann, R. Arnone and S. Ahmed, “ Assessment of a Bidirectional Reflectance Distribution Correction of Above‐water and Satellite Water‐leaving Radiance in Coastal Waters,” Applied Optics, 51, p:220‐237, 2012.
  2. Harmel T., A. Gilerson, A. Tonizzo, J. Chowdhary, A. Weidemann, R. Arnone, S. Ahmed, “Polarization impacts on the water-leaving radiance retrieval from above-water radiometric measurements,” Applied Optics, 51, p:8324-8340, 2012.
  3. Ibrahim A., A. Gilerson, T. Harmel, A. Tonizzo, J. Chowdhary, S. Ahmed, “The relationship between upwelling underwater polarization and attenuation/absorption ratio,” Optics Express, 20, p:25662-25680, 2012. 
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