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    • TITAN AS REVEALED BY THE CASSINI RADAR 

      Lopes RMC; Wall SD; Elachi C; Birch SPD; Corlies P; Coustenis A; Hayes AG; Hofgartner JD; Janssen MA; Kirk RL; Legall A; Lorenz RD; Lunine JI; Malaska MJ; Mastroguiseppe M; Mitri G; Neish CD; Notarnicola C; Paganelli F; Paillou P; Poggiali V; Radebaugh J; Rodriguez S; Schoenfeld A; Soderblom JM; Solomonidou A; Stofan ER; Stiles BW; Tosi F; Turtle EP; West RD; Wood CA; Zebker HA; Barnes JW; Casarano D; Encrenaz P; Farr T; Grima C; Hemingway D; Karatekin O; Lucas A; Mitchell KL; Ori G; Orosei R; Ries P; Riccio D; Soderblom LA; Zhang Z (2019)
      Titan was a mostly unknown world prior to the Cassini spacecraft’s arrival in July 2004. We review the major scientific advances made by Cassini’s Titan Radar Mapper (RADAR) during 13 years of Cassini’s exploration of ...
    • Titan’s “Magic Islands”: Transient features in a hydrocarbon sea 

      Hofgartner JD; Hayes AG; Lunine JI; Zebker H; Lorenz RD; Malaska MJ; Mastrogiuseppe M; Notarnicola C; Soderblom JM (2016)
      The region of Titan's hydrocarbon sea, Ligeia Mare, where transient bright features were previously discovered, was anomalously bright in the first of two more recent Cassini RADAR observations but not the second. Another ...
    • Two-source energy balance modeling of evapotranspiration in Alpine grasslands 

      Castelli M; Anderson M; Yang Y; Wohlfahrt G; Bertoldi G; Niedrist G; Hammerle A; Zhao P; Zebisch M; Notarnicola C (2018)
      This work aims to assess a diagnostic approach which links evapotranspiration (ET) to land surface temperature (LST) measured by thermal remote sensing in the Alps. We estimated gridded ET, from field (30 m) to regional ...
    • Uncertainty analysis of gross primary production upscaling using Random Forests, remote sensing and eddy covariance data 

      Tramontana G; Ichii K; Camps-Valls G; Tomelleri E; Papale D (2015)
      The accurate quantification of carbon fluxes at continental spatial scale is important for future policy decisions in the context of global climate change. However, many elements contribute to the uncertainty of such ...
    • 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 ...
    • Wind Effect on PV Module Temperature: Analysis of Different Techniques for an Accurate Estimation 

      Schwingshackl C; Petitta M; Wagner JE; Belluardo G; Moser D; Castelli M; Zebisch M; Tetzlaff A (2013)
      Photovoltaic (PV) module temperature predictions are crucial to accurately assess the efficiency of PV installations. In this study we focus on the cooling effect of wind on PV cell temperature. We show that for most of ...