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GESTAR II members lead and co-author publications

Over the past few weeks, several GESTAR II researchers have been lead and co-authors of publications on a variety of topics. Select citations are listed below.

Jin, D. (613/UMBC), D. Kim, S.-W. Son, and L. Oreopoulos (2023), QBO deepens MJO convection, Nat Commun., 14, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-023-39465-7.

El Akkraoui, A., N. C. Prive' (610.1/MSU), R. M. Errico, and R. Todling (2023), The GMAO Hybrid 4D-EnVar observing system simulation experiment framework, Mon. Wea. Rev., https://doi.org/10.1175/MWR-D-22-0254.1.

Souri, A.H. (614/MSU), R. Kumar, H. Chong, M. Golbazi, K.E. Knowland (610.1/MSU), J. Geddes, and M.S. Johnson (2023), Decoupling in the vertical shape of HCHO during a sea breeze event: The effect on trace gas satellite retrievals and column-to-surface translation, Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 309, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosenv.2023.119929.

Amatya, P. (617/UMBC), C. Scheip, A. Deprez, J. P. Malet, S. L. Slaughter, A. L. Handwerger, R. Emberson (617/UMBC), D. Kirschbaum, J. Jean-Baptiste, M. J. Huang, M. K. Clark, D. Zekkos, J. R. Huang, F. Pacini, and E. Boissier (2023), Learnings from rapid response efforts to remotely detect landslides triggered by the August 2021 Nippes earthquake and Tropical Storm Grace in Haiti, Natural Hazards, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11069-023-06096-6.

Wen, G., (613/MSU) and A. Marshak (2023), Effect of scattering angle on DSCOVR/EPIC observations, Front. Remote Sens., Vol. 4, https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/frsen.2023.1188056/full.

Lyapustin, A.. Y. Wang (613/UMBC), M. Choi (613/UMBC), X. Xiong, A. Angal, A. Wu, D.R. Doelling, R. Bhatt, S. Go (613/UMBC), S. Korkin (613/UMBC), B. Franz, G. Meister, A.M. Sayer (616/UMBC), M. Roman, R. Holz, K. Meyer, J. Gleason, and R. Levy (2023), Calibration of the SNPP and NOAA 20 VIIRS sensors for continuity of the MODIS Climate Data Records, Rem. Sens. Environ., Vol. 295, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rse.2023.113717, (early online release).


Posted: July 31, 2023, 1:32 PM