F-Land Surface DA (Wednesday/Thursday, 9-10 October 2013)

P# Author Title (link to presentation if available)
F-p01 Matthias Drusch SMOS NRT Brightness Temperatures for Land Surface Analysis abstract
F-p02 Andrew Fox Assimilating Biogeochemical and Biophysical Observations into a Land Surface Model Using the Data Assimilation Research Testbed abstract
F-p03 Christopher Hain Dual Assimilation of Microwave and Thermal-Infrared Satellite Observations of Soil Moisture into NLDAS for Improved Drought Monitoring abstract
F-p04 Eunjin Han Benchmarking a Soil Moisture Data Assimilation System for Agricultural Drought Monitoring abstract
F-p05 Timothy Hoar Ensemble Data Assimilation for Soil-Vegetation-Atmosphere Systems abstract
F-p06 Lipeng Jiang Assimilation of Soil moisture Retrievals from FY-3B Microwave Radiometer Imager into Community Land Model using Ensemble Kalman Filtering abstract
F-p07 Steven Levine Mesonet Data Assimlation and Quality Control Challenges for the Real-Time Mesoscale Analysis (RTMA) System abstract
F-p08 Bailing Li Assimilating GRACE Terrestrial Water Storage for Improving Land Surface Processes and Drought Monitoring abstract
F-p10 Yuqiong Liu Assimilating Satellite-Based Snow Depth and Snow Cover Products for Improving Snow Predictions in Alaska abstract
F-p11 Rihab Mechri Surface Temperature Downscaling based on Genetic Particle Smoother abstract
F-p12 Rolf Reichle A soil moisture data assimilation system for SMOS and SMAP abstract
F-p13 Chunxiang Shi China Land Data Assimilation System(CLDAS)Research and Operation abstract
F-p14 Kibrewossen Tesfagiorgisa Assimilating landscape freeze/thaw information in the NCEP Global Forecast System: Exploring the potential of the SMAP Freeze-Thaw product for weather and climate forecasting abstract
F-p16 Youlong Xia North American Land Data Assimilation System Phase 2 (NLDAS-2): Evaluation and Applications abstract
F-p18 Xiwu Zhan A Blended Satellite Soil Moisture Data Product from NESDIS-SMOPS for Assimilation in Numerical Weather Prediction Models abstract