Search Results for: "in situ"

May 19, 2016

Cooperative Institute for Climate and Satellites – North Carolina (CICS-NC)

Since 2009, NCICS’s primary activity has been operating a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Cooperative Institute. This work began with the Cooperative Institute for…→

 
Oct 12, 2016

CICS-NC at AMS 2015

CICS-NC at AMS 2015 The Cooperative Institute for Climate and Satellites-North Carolina (CICS-NC) will have a strong presence at the American Meteorological Society’s annual meeting,…→

May 19, 2016

Expertise: Observing Systems

In Situ Observations Quality Assurance Algorithm Development Data Validation Global Temperature Datasets Soil Moisture and Drought U.S. Climate Reference Network Search “In Situ” Remote Sensing…→

Ronald Leeper

Ronald D. Leeper’s primary area of interest is in hydrological processes. He is particularly focused on land-atmosphere interactions and how these relationships will evolve in…→

Jul 26, 2016

Publications

2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 Andersen, L., S. Harden, M. Sugg, J. Runkle, and T. Lundquist, 2021:…→

 
Dec 27, 2019

NCICS at AMS 2020

The 2020 Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society takes place January 12–16, 2020, in Boston, MA. This will be the 100th AMS Annual Meeting…→

Nov 14, 2015

Comparing AMSR-E Soil Moisture Estimates to the Extended Record of the U.S. Climate Reference Network (USCRN)

Building on previous work by the same author team, a paper in Advances in Water Resources reports on the use of satellite data to validate…→

Jared Rennie

Jared Rennie is a research meteorologist at NCICS, which is co-located with NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) in Asheville, NC. He joined NCICS…→

Olivier Prat

Since joining NCICS in 2010, Dr. Olivier Prat has worked on quantitative precipitation estimates (QPEs) derived from satellite, radar, and surface observations with a focus…→

Ge Peng

Dr. Ge Peng joined NCICS as a Research Scholar in March 2012. She is currently leading the development of climate normals of Arctic sea ice…→