Polar Pathfinder Sampler References

Some pointers to additional information about the Polar Pathfinder Sampler.

  1. Agnew, T.A., H. Le, and T. Hirose. 1996. Estimation of large scale sea ice motion from SSM/I 85.5 GHz imagery. Climate and Atmospheric Research Directorate Research Report No. 96-003, AES, Environment Canada, 28 pp.

  2. Agnew, T.A., H. Le, and T. Hirose. 1997. Estimation of large scale sea ice motion from SSM/I 85.5 GHz imagery. Annals of Glaciol., 25, 305-311.

  3. Armstrong, R.L. and M.J. Brodzik. 1995. An Earth-gridded SSM/I data set for cryospheric studies and global change monitoring. Adv. Space Res. 16(10):155-(10)163.

  4. Brodzik, M. J. 1997. The NSIDC EASE-Grid Map Projection Parameters and Grid Definitions. Unpublished report to the National Snow and Ice Data Center, Boulder, CO.

  5. Cavalieri, D. J., P. Gloersen, and W. J. Campbell. 1984. Determination of sea ice parameters with the Nimbus 7 SMMR. J. Geophys. Res. 89(D4):5,355-69.

  6. Cavalieri, D. J., J. Crawford, M. Drinkwater, W. J. Emery, D. T. Eppler, L. D. Farmer, M. Goodberlet, R. Jentz, A. Milman, C. Morris, R. Onstott, A. Schweiger, R. Shuchman, K. Steffen, C. T. Swift, C. Wackerman, and R. L. Weaver. 1992. NASA sea ice validation program for the DMSP SSM/I: Final Report, NASA Tech. Memo 104559. 126 p.

  7. Chedin, A., N. A. Scott, C. Wahiche, P. Moulinier. 1985. The Improved Initialisation Inversion method: A high resolution physical method for temperature retrievals from satellites of the TIROS-N series. Journal of Climate and Applied Meteorology 24:128-43.

  8. Claud, C., J. Ovarlez, A. Chedin, and N. Scott, 1993. TOVS observations of a stratospheric cooling during the CHEOPS 3 campaign: February 4-6, 1990, over Scandinavia. J. of Geophys. Res. 98:7229-43.

  9. Comiso J.C., D.J. Cavalieri, C.L. Parkinson, and P. Gloersen. 1997. Passive microwave algorithms for sea ice concentration: A comparison of two techniques. Remote Sens. Environ. 60:357-384.

  10. Emery, W.J., C.W. Fowler, J. Hawkins, and R.H. Preller. 1991. Satellite image inferred sea ice motion in Fram Strait, the Greenland Sea and the Barents Sea. J. Geophys. Res. 96(C3):4,751-4,768. (Correction: Emery, W.J. et al. 1991. Correction to Fram Strait satellite image-derived ice motions. J. of Geophys. Res. 96(C5): 8917-8920).

  11. Emery, W.J., C.W. Fowler, J.A. Maslanik. 1995. Satellite remote sensing of ice motion, In: Oceanographic Applications of Remote Sensing. M. Ikeda and F.W. Dobson (eds.), CRC Press, Boca Raton. 367-379.

  12. Emery, W.J., C. Fowler, and J.A. Maslanik. 1997. Satellite-derived maps of Arctic and Antarctic sea ice motion: 1988 to 1994. Geophys. Res. Lett. 24(8):897-900.

  13. Fowler, C., J.A. Maslanik, and W.J. Emery. 1994. Observed and simulated ice motion for an annual cycle in the Beaufort Sea. IGARSS '94, Pasadena, CA, 1303-1305.

  14. Francis, J. A. 1994. Improvements to TOVS retrievals over sea ice and applications to estimating arctic energy fluxes. Journal of Geophysical Research 99(D5):10,395-408.

  15. Francis, J. A., and A. J. Schweiger. 1999. The NASA/NOAA TOVS Polar Pathfinder: 18 years of arctic Data. Proceedings of the 5th Conference on Polar Meteorology and Oceanography, Dallas, TX, Jan 10-15, 1999.

  16. Galantowicz, J. F., A. W. England. 1991. The Michigan Earth Grid: Description, Registration Method for SSM/I Data, and Derivative Map Projections. Radiation Laboratory, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Technical Report 027396-2-T. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

  17. Galantowicz, J. F. 1995. Microwave Radiometry of Snow-Covered Grasslands for the Estimation of Land-Atmosphere Energy and Moisture Fluxes. PhD Thesis, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Space Sciences. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

  18. Gloersen P. and D. J. Cavalieri. 1986. Reduction of weather effects in the calculation of sea ice concentration from microwave radiances. J. Geophys. Res. 91(C3):3913-3919.

  19. Goddard Space Flight Center. 1994. EOSDIS Version 0 Data Product Implementation Guidelines. Draft Version 1.0 (March 1, 1994). GSFC 50-003-04. GSFC. Greenbelt, MD.

  20. Goodison, B.E. 1989. Determination of areal snow water equivalent on the Canadian prairies using passive microwave satellite data. IGARSS '89, Proceedings 3:1243-1246.

  21. Hahn, C. J, S.G. Warren and J. London, 1995. The Effect of moonlight on observation of cloud cover at night, and application to cloud climatology. J. Climate 8(Part II):1429-46

  22. Hollinger, J. P., J. L. Pierce, G. A. Poe. 1990. SSM/I Instrument Evaluation. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 28(5):781-790.

  23. Hutchinson, T. and T. Scambos. 1997. High-Resolution Polar Climate Parameters Derived from 1-km AVHRR Data. American Meteorological Society 18.7, 8th Global Change Studies, pp. 284-289.

  24. Key, J.R., and M. Haefliger. 1992. Arctic ice surface temperature retrieval from AVHRR thermal channels. J. Geophys. Res. 97(D5):5885-5893.

  25. Key, J.R., J.B. Collins, C. Fowler, and R.S. Stone. 1997. High-latitude surface temperature estimates from thermal satellite data. Remote Sens. Environ. 63:302-309.

  26. Key, J. 1998. Cloud and Surface Parameter Retrieval (CASPR) system user's guide, Technical Report 96-02, Dept. of Geography, Boston University, 63 p.

  27. Kidwell, K. B. 1991. NOAA Polar Orbiter Data User's Guide. NOAA/NESDIS/NCDC/SDSD, Washington, D.C.

  28. Knowles, K. W. 1993. Points, Pixels, Grids, and Cells -- a Mapping and Gridding Primer. Unpublished report to the National Snow and Ice Data Centre, Boulder, CO.

  29. Koepke, P. 1989. Removal of atmospheric effects from AVHRR albedos. J. Appl. Meteorol. 28:1341-1348.

  30. Kwok, R., A. Schweiger, D.A. Rothrock, S. Pang, and C. Kottmeier. 1998. Sea ice motion from satellite passive microwave imagery assessed with ERS SAR and buoy motions. J. Geophys. Res. 103(C4):8191-8214.

  31. Liu, A.K. and D.J. Cavalieri. 1998. On sea ice drift from the wavelet analysis of the Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP) Special Sensor Microwave Imager (SSM/I) data. Int. J. Remote Sensing. 19(7):1415-1423.

  32. Maslanik, J., C. Fowler, J. Key, T. Scambos, T. Hutchinson, and W. Emery. 1998. AVHRR-based Polar Pathfinder products for modelling applications. Annals of Glaciol. 25:388-392.

  33. Meier, W;N., J.A. Maslanik, J.R. Key, and C.W. W. Fowler. 1997. Multiparameter AVHRR-derived products for Arctic climate studies. Earth Interactions. 1.

  34. Moritz, R. E., J. A. Curry, A. S. Thorndike, and N. Untersteiner eds. 1993. SHEBA a research program on the Surface Heat Budget of the Arctic Ocean. ARCSS OAII report II.

  35. National Centre for Supercomputing Applications. 1994. HDF Reference Manual. Version 3.3. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

  36. Njoku, E. G., B. Rague, and K. Fleming. 1998. Nimbus-7 SMMR Pathfinder Brightness Temperature Data. JPL Publication 98-4, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA.

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  38. Overland, J. E. and R. L. Colony. 1994. Geostrophic drag coefficients for the central Arctic derived from Soviet drifting station data, Tellus 46(A):75-85.

  39. Poe, G. A. 1990. Optimum interpolation of imaging microwave radiometer data. IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sensing GE-28:800-810.

  40. Rao, C.R.N. 1993. Degradation of the visible and near- infrared channels of the advanced very high resolution radiometer on the NOAA-9 spacecraft: assessment and recommendations for corrections. NOAA Technical Report NESDIS 70, U.S. Department of Commerce, 25 pp.

  41. Rao, C.Rn.N. 1993. Nonlinearity corrections for the thermal infrared channels of the AVHRR: Assessment and recommendations. NOAA Tech. Rept., NESDIS 69, 31 pp.

  42. Rosborough, G.W., D.G. Baldwin, and W.J. Emery. 1994. Precise AVHRR image navigation. IEEE Trans. Geosci. and Remote Sens. 32(3):644-657.

  43. Schweiger, A. J., and J. Key. 1992. Arctic Cloudiness: Comparison of ISCCP-C2 and Nimbus-7 satellite-derived cloud products with a surface-based cloud climatology. J. Climate 5:1514-27

  44. Schweiger, A. J. and J. Key. 1994. Arctic Ocean Radiative Fluxes and Cloud Forcing Estimated from the ISCCP C2 Cloud Dataset, 1983-1990. J. Applied Meteorology 33:948-63.

  45. Schweiger, A., C. Fowler, J. Key, J. Maslanik, J. Francis, R. Armstrong, M.Brodzik, T. Scambos, T. Haran, M. Ortmeyer, S. Khalsa, D. Rothrock and R. Weaver. 1999. P-Cube: A multisensor data set for polar climate research. Proceedings of the Fifth Conference on Polar Meteorology and Oceanography, American Meteorological Society, Dallas, TX, Jan 10-15, 1999.

  46. Stogryn, A. 1978. Estimates of brightness temperatures from scanning radiometer data. IEEE Trans. Antennas Propagat. AP-26:720-726.

  47. Stubenrauch, C. J., W. B. Rossow, F. Cheruy, A. Chedin and N. A. Scott, (in press). Clouds as seen by satellite sounders (3) and imagers (ISCCP), Part I. Evaluation of Cloud Parameters. Journal of Climate.

  48. Swift, C. T., and D. J. Cavalieri. 1985. Passive microwave remote sensing for sea ice research. EOS 66(49):1,210-12.

  49. Taylor, V.R. and L.L. Stowe. 1984. Atlas of reflectance patterns for uniform Earth and cloud surfaces (NIMBUS-7 ERB-61 days). NOAA Technical Report NESDIS 10, U.S. Department of Commerce, 66 pp.

  50. Warren, S. G., C. J. Hahn, J. London, R. M. Chervin and R. L. Jenne. 1988. Global distribution of total cloud cover and cloud type amounts over the ocean. NCAR Tech. Note. TN-317+STR. Boulder, CO. 42 p.

  51. Wentz, F. J. 1991. User's Manual SSM/I Antenna Temperature Tapes, Revision 1. Remote Sensing Systems Technical Report 120191. Santa Rosa, CA. 70 p.

  52. Wentz, F. J. 1992. Final Report, Production of SSM/I Data Sets. Remote Sensing Systems Technical Report 090192. Santa Rosa, CA. 9 p.

  53. Wentz, F. J. 1993. User's Manual SSM/I Antenna Temperature Tapes, Revision 2. Remote Sensing Systems Technical Report 120193. Santa Rosa, CA. 13 p.