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Hanna, R., Jones, W. L. (2008) Brightness temperature validation for seawinds radiometer using advanced microwave scanning radiometer on ADEOS-II.
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Hasager, C.B., Astrup, P., Nielsen, P. (2008) QuikSCAT and SSM/I ocean surface winds for wind energy.
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He, Y., Shen, Hui, Guo, Jie, Perrie, William (2008) A comparison of models for retrieving high wind speeds.
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Ho, S.-S., Talukder, Ashit (2008) Automated cyclone discovery and tracking using knowledge sharing in multiple heterogeneous satellite data.
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Ho, S.-S., Talukder, Ashit (2008) Automated Cyclone Identification From Remote QuikSCAT Satellite Data.
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Jeong, J.-Y., Shim, J. -S, Lee, D. -K, Min, I. -K, Kwon, J. -I (2008), Validation of QuikSCAT Wind with Resolution of 12.5 km in the Vicinity of Korean Peninsula. Ocean and Polar Research, 30(1), 47–58.
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Kuo, N.-J., Ho, Chung-Ru, Lo, Yao-Tsai, Huang, Shih-Jen, Tsao, Chih-Chung (2008) Variability of chlorophyll-a concentration and sea surface wind in the South China Sea associated with the El Nino-Soutern Oscillation.
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Lambert, B., and D. G. Long (2008) Monitoring Changes in the Antarctic Ice Sheet from 1978 to 2007.
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Laupattarakasem, P., Jones, W. L., Hennon, Christopher C. (2008) Seawinds hurricane wind retrievals and comparisons with H*Wind surface winds analyses.
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Li, X.-M., Lehner, Susanne (2008) Coastal wind analysis based on active radar in Qingdao for olympic sailing event.
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Li, X.-M., Lehner, Susanne, Brusch, Stephan (2008) Coastal wind field analysis based on spaceborne active radar for the olympic sailing competition in Qingdao, China.
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Liu, W.T., Tang, Wenqing, Xie, Xiaosu (2008) High wind and power density over global oceans.
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Long, D.G. (2008) Microwave Sensors – Active and Passive. American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing.
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McBeth-Ford, K. (2008) Uncertainty of Scatterometer-Derived Vorticity.
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Mitnik, L.M. (2008) Advanced land observing satellite palsar observations of the oceanic dynamic phenomena in the coastal zone.
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Mitnik, L.M., Mitnik, Maia L. (2008) Microwave characteristics of organized mesoscale convection over the ocean.
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Mitnik, L.M., Mitnik, Maia L., Gurvich, Irina A. (2008) Severe weather study in middle and high oceanic latitudes using aqua AMSR-E.
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Mladenova, I., Lakshmi, Venkat, Jackson, Tom, Walker, Jeffrey (2008) Ku-band sensitivity to soil moisture. An evaluation study for monitoring temporal soil moisture change detection over the NAFE06 study area.
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Nie, C., and D. G. Long (2008) RADARSAT ScanSAR Wind Retrieval and Rain Effects on ScanSAR Measurements under Hurricane Conditions.
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Owen, M.P., and D. G. Long (2008) Progress Toward Validation of QuikSCAT Ultra-High-Resolution Rain Rates Using TRMM PR.
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Owen, M.P., Long, David G. (2008) Progress toward validation of quikscat ultra-high-resolution rain rates using TRMM PR.
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Park, J.D., Byon, Jae-Young, Sohn, Eunha, Kim, Yoonjae (2008) Operational technique in typhoon wind radii using satellite microwave remote sensor data.
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Plagge, A., D. Vandemark, and D. Long (2008) Validation and Evaluation of QuikSCAT Ultra-High Resolution Wind Retrieval in the Gulf of Maine.
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Plagge, A.M., Vandemark, D. C., Long, D. G. (2008) Validation and evaluation of quikscat ultra-high resolution wind retrieval in the gulf of maine.
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Romero, L. (2008) Airborne observations and numerical modeling of fetch-limited waves in the Gulf of Tehuantepec.
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