Tag: In Situ

Sep 13, 2016

Improving the Global Temperature Record

Assessing the state of the climate and how it is changing over time requires accurate, reliable data with widespread geographic coverage over long periods of…

Aug 31, 2016

Portfolio: Improving USCRN Precipitation Measurements

The U.S. Climate Reference Network (USCRN) is a system of more than 130 climate observing stations distributed around the United States. Developed by the National…

Ge Peng

Satellite Product Characterization, Calibration and Validation

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…

Ronald Leeper

Climate Reference Network operations and analysis

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…

Olivier Prat

Quantitative Precipitation Estimation

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…

Jan 1, 2016

Multi-Profile Analysis of Soil Moisture within the US Climate Reference Network

CICS-NC’s Jesse Bell is a coauthor on a new analysis of U.S. Climate Reference Network (USCRN) measurements of soil moisture, published in Vadose Zone Journal.…

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…

Dec 13, 2013

CICS-NC Develops An Interactive Map To Engage With NOAA Climate Data Users

The U.S. Climate Reference Network (USCRN) is a network of climate monitoring stations maintained and operated by NOAA to provide climate-science-quality measurements of air temperature…

Feb 10, 2013

Global Land Surface Temperature

Society expects openness and transparency in climate science to have a greater understanding of the certainty regarding how climate has changed and how it will…