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High latitude climate and remote sensing

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Published by Wiley in Chichester .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Polar regions -- Climate -- Remote sensing

  • Edition Notes

    StatementK.Ya. Kondratyev, O.M. Johannessen and V.V. Melentyev.
    SeriesWiley-Praxis series in remote sensing
    ContributionsJohannessen, Ola M., Melentʹev, V. V.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC994.75 .K67 1996
    The Physical Object
    Pagination200 p. ;
    Number of Pages200
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL560843M
    ISBN 100471960934
    LC Control Number96144623

    Before Dokkyo University, he was a professor at Nagoya University, Japan, and he was the Director of the Hydrospheric-Atmospheric Research Center, Nagoya University during and His specialization is in microwave remote sensing techniques, multi-wavelength and dual-polarization radar techniques, and precipitation science. National Aeronautics and Space Administration Applied Remote Sensing Training Program 11 Precipitation Remote Sensing Passive Remote Sensing: Estimated from microwave radiation emitted or scattered by precipitation particles Image Credit (Left): UCAR COMET, 85 GHz 37 GHz • The lower frequencies, referred to as.   High- and low-latitude climate changes almost match Posted on September 1, by derasa | Leave a comment Ten years ago the records of climate proxies from the Greenland ice sheet set new benchmarks for understanding how climate has varied over the last thousand years – annual ice layers allowed division of that data to as fine as decades.   1 Weather Satellites and Remote Sensing Mehmet Siirt University, Engineering Faculty, Siirt- Turkey 1. Introduction Human beings have been both polluting the environment and consuming the natural sources. They have been building cities by destroying the forests and made up people communities who based on consuming energy.


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High latitude climate and remote sensing. Chichester: Wiley, (OCoLC) Online version: Kondratʹev, K. I︠A︡. (Kirill I︠A︡kovlevich). High latitude climate and remote sensing. Chichester: Wiley, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: K I︠A︡ Kondratʹev; Ola M Johannessen; V V Melentʹev.

An authoritative work by the most respected scientists in this field. High latitude processes have a significant role to play in climatic change.

Gives a complete and thorough analysis of high latitude climate using satellites and presents perspectives on remote sensing and climate change unfamiliar to Cited by: 7.

Any alteration in high latitude climate is a principal indicator of global climate change. A major method of monitoring these changes is by microwave remote sensing. High spatial resolution remote sensing data were utilized to map structural vegetation changes between and for a selected test region in Northern Siberia.

An intensification of woody vegetation cover at the taiga-tundra transition area was found. This book is a comprehensive discussion of the applications of both satellite remote sensing and advanced ground-based remote sensing as related to polar science and operations.

It discusses the various passive and active remote sensor types before concentrating on Author: Dan Lubin. Remote Sensing, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Journals. However, high climate variability and extreme topography pose a challenge. In such regions, rigorous validation is necessary when using SPPs for hydrological applications.

this study assesses simulated high-latitude (55–°) precipitation and its future. The polar regions, perhaps more than any other places on Earth, give the geophysical scientist a sense of exploration.

This sensibility is genuine, for not only is high-latitude?eldwork arduous with many locations seldom or never visited, but there remains much fundamental knowledge yet to be discovered about how the polar regions interact with the global climate system.

A Terrestrial Surface Climate Data Record for Global Change Studies, Myneni, PI, NOAA-UMDCP, to A Synergistic Study for Lidar and Passive Optical Remote Sensing of Forest Horizontal Structure in Support of DESDnyI Mission.

Myneni, PI, Knyazikhin, co-I, NASA-TE, to Evidence for a significant urbanization effect on climate in China, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, doi: pnas Nemani et al., Climate driven increases in global net primary production from to Science, Lucht et al., Climatic control of the high-latitude vegetation greening trend and Pinatubo.

Remote sensing is the The much improved DEM allows flood modelling to proceed with high ll data resulting from a high spatial resolution. Spatial Statistical Data Fusion for Remote Sensing Applications Hai Nguyen I The domain is 30 S latitude to the equator (0 latitude) and the prime meridian MISR and MODIS, like many remote sensing instruments, return tens of thousands of data points per day.

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Opportunities to Use Remote Sensing in Understanding Permafrost and Related Ecological Characteristics is the summary of High latitude climate and remote sensing book workshop convened by the National Research Council to explore opportunities for using remote sensing to advance our understanding of permafrost status and trends and the impacts of permafrost change, especially on.

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and Ludwig, Sarah M. and Moore, John and Pressler, Yamina and Salmon, Verity G. and Schuur, Edward A. and Simpson, Rodney and Wall. Opportunities to Use Remote Sensing in Understanding Permafrost and Related Ecological initiative led by NASA to produce new knowledge needed to understand how climate change affects ecosystems in the High Northern Latitude region and how these changes produce feedbacks to climate and are influencing ecosystem services.

The National. The impact of changing high-latitude permafrost carbon pools on the global carbon cycle and future climate depends on the magnitude, timing, and form of carbon that is released in a warmer world (Schuur et al., ).

Changes in environmental conditions (both temperature and soil moisture), as well as the quality of the soil organic matter. Advances In Global Change Research Remote Sensing And Climate Modeling Remote Sensing - $ High Spectral - $ Remote Sensing And Global Climate Change English Paperback Book Free Shipping Remote Sensing - $ Remote Sensing In Snow Hydrology Runoff Modelling, Effect Of Climate Change Remote Sensing - $ High Northern Hemisphere latitudes are undergoing rapid and significant change associated with climate warming.

Climatic change in this region interacts with and affects the rate of the global change through atmospheric circulation, biogeophysical, and biogeochemical feedbacks. Changes in the surface energy balance, hydrologic cycle, and carbon budget feedback to regional and global weather Cited by: 3.

While not a dedicated high‐latitude remote sensing dust monitoring study, Kaufman et al. [ ] is one of the few studies that presents multiyear AOD from MODIS as far north as between 50° and 60°, revealing peaks in this value during April for the region 10°–20° by: Changing climate conditions are amplified in polar regions and northern high-latitude areas are projected to warm at twice the rate of the global average.

These modifications result in ecosystem interactions and feedbacks that can augment or mitigate climatic changes. These interactions may have been important through the large climate fluctuations since the glacial period (the last ca. 14, Sergey Venevsky, in Encyclopedia of Ecology (Second Edition), Remote Sensing.

Satellite remote sensing measuring entering and leaving flux of radiation from top of the atmosphere is one of the most powerful tools in climate change ecology. NASA at the moment uses 14 satellites of different types of orbits (sun-synchronous and geo-synchronous) with different type of sensors (passive.

Aerosols, small particles suspended in the atmosphere, affect the air quality and climate change. Their distributions can be monitored by satellite remote sensing. Many images of aerosol properties are available from websites as the by-products of the atmospheric correction of the satellite data.

Their qualities depend on the accuracy of the atmospheric correction : Zhihua Mao, Xueliang Deng, Peng Chen, Bangyi Tao, GuanyingYang, Yanfeng Huo, Qiankun Zhu.

Remote sensing of glaciers began with terrestrial and aerial photography during the middle of the 20th century, but today the discipline embraces a large variety of data types from laser scanner data to very high resolution satellite imagery, which can be applied to the mapping of glacier changes in terms of area, surface zonation or Range: £ - £ Purchase Ocean Circulation and Climate, Volume - 2nd Edition.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBN  The Physical Oceanography Distributed Active Archive Center () at JPL currently has different types of Group for High Resolution SST (GHRSTT). These are archived and downloadable here. When I turned in the book in September, there were only 62 different varieties of GHRSST.

As examination of the website shows, these different varieties can be. Manual of remote sensing: Third edition, Volume 2}, author = {Henderson, F M and Lewis, A J}, abstractNote = {This second volume in the Third Edition of the Manual of Remote Sensing offers a current and comprehensive survey of the theory, methods, and applications of imaging radar for geoscientists, engineers and application scientists.

GIS and Remote sensing data from Toolik Field Station Long-term warming research in high-latitude ecosystems: Responses from polar ecosystems and implications for future climate. Submitted by admin on Thu, 03/07/ - Printer-friendly version.

Title: Long-term warming research in high-latitude ecosystems: Responses from polar. Dr Gareth Rees M.A., Ph.D. Remote sensing of high-latitude fauna. This is a long-running research area which began with the study of reindeer in northern Russia.

Currently it includes two collaborative projects with British Antarctic Survey, to study penguins and whales. Reconstructing historical climate data from the Southern Ocean. Remote Sensing Phenology - A Unique Perspective Remote sensing phenology—the use of satellites to track phenological events—complements ground observation networks.

Satellites provide a unique perspective of the planet and allow for regular, even daily, monitoring of the entire global land surface. Remote sensing of land-surface phenology is an important method for studying the patterns of plant and animal growth cycles.

Phenological events are sensitive to climate variation; therefore phenology data provide important baseline information documenting trends in ecology and detecting the impacts of climate change on multiple scales. The book presents examples of glacier research carried out, for example in the Alps, Norway, Iceland, Caucasus, Patagonia, Rocky Mountains, Pakistan, Antarctica, New Zealand, and Svalbard.

This book is of interest to specialists and students working in the field of remote sensing, glaciology, physical geography, geology and climate change.

climate variability and glacier dynamics in New Zealand (see Chapter 29 of this book on New Zeal-and’s glaciers by Chinn et al. and the summary, Chap by Kargel et al.). Global warming, the Antarctic Oscillation, and fluctuations in the Antarctic Circumpolar Current can all be reason-ably suspected as causes of glacier fluctuations in.

Remote sensing-based observations prove to be critical for the monitoring and assessment of cryosphere in the Himalayan region, where routine data collection in mountainous regions is often hampered by highly inaccessible terrain and harsh climatic conditions. The glacierized region of High Asia is also facing the effects of climate change in the form of rapid melting of glacial ice, creation Cited by: 1.

Her research interests include a host of topics including: Global and Arctic climate change, Arctic/mid-latitude linkages, sea ice, extreme weather and its connections to climate change, satellite remote sensing, cloud physics, large-scale atmospheric dynamics, jet streams, extra-tropical storm systems, as well as general atmospheric sciences.

The book presents examples of glacier research carried out, for example in the Alps, Norway, Iceland, Caucasus, Patagonia, Rocky Mountains, Pakistan, Antarctica, New Zealand, and Svalbard.

This book is of interest to specialists and students working in the field of remote sensing, glaciology, physical geography, geology and climate : Gebundenes Buch.

Focus on Northern Hemisphere High Latitude Climate and Environmental Change Contents. Editorials. NASA NEESPI Data and Services Center for Satellite Remote Sensing Information Gregory Leptoukh, Ivan Csiszar, Peter Romanov, Suhung Shen, Tatiana Loboda and Irina Gerasimov. In this case, geobotany by remote sensing can be applied, because the geographic proximity is only partially related to the plant similarity; one can expect neighboring but very dissimilar forests, as shown by Tuomisto et al.

(), Riaza et al. (), Svenning (), Phillips et al. (), and Tuomisto et al. (a-c), and for tropical. ‘[The book’s] many strengths include, in particular, the chapters on observations and instrumentation, radiation, energy and moisture monitoring from remote sensing, the microclimates of different vegetation environments, and Bioclimatology; the emphasis on urban climate processes at both micro and local-to-regional scales; the larger Cited by: Remote sensing for physical geography: Moist continental climate High-latitude climates (group 3): Overview: The 6th edition of Introducing Physical Geography is known for its clear writing, distinctive photos and illustrations and a strong supplements program.

The text continues its tradition as a great book to help non-science readers. Basics of (atmospheric) remote sensing – overpass over given latitude always at the same local time, providing similar illumination – for sun-synchronous orbits: day and night branches High vertical resolution Low spatial resolution; low spatial coverageFile Size: 7MB.

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