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Tom Farrar at NASA TV EVS-3 Event [01.07.20]

On the Surface Current Measurement Capabilities of Spaceborne Doppler Scatterometry

Wineteer, A., Torres Gutierrez, and E. Rodriguez (2020), On the Surface Current Measurement Capabilities of Spaceborne Doppler Scatterometry, Geophys. Res. Lett., 47, e2020GL090116, doi:10.1029/2020GL090116.

Ka-Band Doppler Scatterometry over a Loop Current Eddy

Rodriguez, E., et al. (2020), Ka-Band Doppler Scatterometry over a Loop Current Eddy, Remote Sensing, 12, 2388, doi:10.3390/rs12152388.

The contribution of high frequency wind-generated surface waves to the Stokes drift

Turbulent universality and the drift velocity at the interface between two homogeneous fluids

New Technology Doubles Scientists’ View of Ocean-Air Interactions

NASA scientists are hard at work trying to unlock mysteries of our planet’s ocean surface currents and winds using a new Earth science radar instrument called DopplerScatt.

New Airborne Campaigns to Explore Snowstorms, River Deltas, Climate

Five new NASA Earth science campaigns will take to the field starting in 2020 to investigate a range of pressing research questions, from what drives intense East Coast snowfall events to the impact of small-scale ocean currents on global climate.

James Less (AFRC), Alex Wineteeer (JPL), Federica Polverari (JPL), and Wayne Ringelberg (AFRC) [12.06.19]

Tracy Phelps (AFRC), Hernan Posada (AFRC), Fabien Nicaise (JPL), and Hector Torres (JPL) [12.11.19]

NASA 801 taxiing at ARC [12.05.19]

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