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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 ...
    • 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 ...