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Reanalysis in Earth System Science: Towards Terrestrial Ecosystem Reanalysis

R. Baatz, H.J. Hendricks Franssen, E. Euskirchen, D. Sihi, M. Dietze, S. Ciavatta, K. Fennel, H. Beck, G. De Lannoy, V.R.N. Pauwels, A. Raiho, C. Montzka (+15 others)
2021 Reviews of Geophysics  
A reanalysis is a physically consistent set of optimally merged simulated model states and historical observational data, using data assimilation.  ...  High computational costs for modeled processes and assimilation algorithms has led to Earth system specific reanalysis products for the atmosphere, the ocean and the land separately.  ...  In contrast to reanalysis, such data-driven reconstructions do not fuse the data with a model along the simulation period.  ... 
doi:10.1029/2020rg000715 fatcat:oggekyqenvf7jiune2doi2doc4

Assessment of Vegetation Trends in Drylands from Time Series of Earth Observation Data [chapter]

Rasmus Fensholt, Stephanie Horion, Torbern Tagesson, Andrea Ehammer, Kenneth Grogan, Feng Tian, Silvia Huber, Jan Verbesselt, Stephen D. Prince, Compton J. Tucker, Kjeld Rasmussen
2015 Remote Sensing Time Series  
We thank ECMWF, Medias France and Vito Belgium for providing their data. Acknowledgements We thank ECMWF, VITO, and IIASA for providing input data for NPP modelling.  ...  Koch for support with the editing of references.  ...  A method for image downscaling (Spatial and Temporal Adaptive Reflectance Fusion Model (STARFM)) is presented as a way to obtain images with both high spatial and high temporal resolution by fusing data  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-15967-6_8 fatcat:2cl5kwf33zg7hl2k3syukjpa6q

Measuring Temperature with Atoms and Molecules

G.-W. Truong, S. Scholten, F. Karim, J. D. Anstie, C. Perrella, P. Light, Dong Wei, E. F. May, T. M. Stace, A. N. Luiten
2018 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics   unpublished
A physics-based model of a cyclic AWGR generate simulation results, which are compared to the measured data of an actual AWGR.  ...  We directly visualize with unprecedented spatio-temporal resolution (50 nm, <70 fs) a strikingly slow polaritonic wave with a velocity of ~ 0.017c.  ... 
doi:10.1364/cleo_si.2018.stu3p.3 fatcat:2aon5ltmpfafpmsux5nywbr754