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    • Multi-Temporal X-Band Radar Interferometry Using Corner Reflectors: Application and Validation at the Corvara Landslide (Dolomites, Italy) 

      Schlögel R; Thiebes B; Mulas M; Cuozzo G; Notarnicola C; Schneiderbauer S; Crespi M; Augusto M; Mair V; Corsini A (2017)
      From the wide range of methods available to landslide researchers and practitioners for monitoring ground displacements, remote sensing techniques have increased in popularity. Radar interferometry methods with their ability ...
    • Outdoor Characterization of Phase Change Materials and Assessment of Their Energy Saving Potential to Reach NZEB 

      Cornaro C; Pierro M; Roncarati D; Puggioni V (2017)
      Phase change materials (PCM) are very promising materials for improving energy efficiency in buildings, especially in hot weather conditions. In spite of the growing attention paid to the integration of PCM into buildings, ...
    • Validation of SMAP surface soil moisture products with core validation sites 

      Colliander A; Jackson TJ; Bindlish R; Chan S; Das N; Kim SB; Cosh M H; Dunbar RS; Dang L; Pashaian L; Asanuma J; Aida K; Berg A; Rowlandson T; Bosch D; Caldwell T; Caylor K; Goodrich D; al Jassar H; Lopez-Baeza E; Martínez-Fernández J; González-Zamora A; Livingston S; McNairn H; Pacheco A; Moghaddam M; Montzka C; Notarnicola C; Niedrist G; Pellarin T; Prueger J; Pulliainen J; Rautiainen K; Ramos J; Seyfried M; Starks P; Su Z; Zeng Y; van der Velde R; Thibeault M; Dorigo W; Vreugdenhil M; Walker JP; Wu X; Monerris A; O'Neill PE; Entekhabi D; Njoku EG; Yueh S (2017)
      The NASA Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) mission has utilized a set of core validation sites as the primary methodology in assessing the soil moisture retrieval algorithm performance. Those sites provide well-calibrated ...