Science Highlights

NASA SnowEx 2020

Leveraging Google Earth Engine and NASA Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) for Assessing Australian Fire Susceptibility and Potential Impacts

Assimilation of remotely sensed Leaf Area Index improves water and carbon budget simulations

Uncooled Doped-Si Thermopile Detectors for a New Generation of Thermal Land Imaging Instruments

Columbia Basin Project irrigation likely cooled maximum daily summer temperatures in Washington

Disaggregating SMAP Soil Moisture for Agricultural Applications in the Western US

Using citizen science to expand the global map of landslides

New Evaporation Product allows benchmarking Land-Atmosphere Coupling Strength

Analysis of United States Hydrologic Trends for the National Climate Assessment using NCA-LDAS

Modeling results show future snow field campaigns should focus on tundra/taiga regions and Pacific coastal mountains

Lake Chad: dry season area projections through the year 2100

Results from the QWIP Infrared Camera from SnowEx’17