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HYDROLOGIC AND CRYOSPHERIC PROCESSES OBSERVED FROM SPACE

M. Menenti, X. Li, J. Wang, H. Vereecken, J. Li, M. Mancini, Q. Liu, L. Jia, J. Li, C. Kuenzer, S. Huang, H. Yesou (+10 others)
2015 The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
In the general session a proposal for a Dragon Water Cycle Initiative was presented.  ...  with ancillary data; Assimilation of FY - , TRMM and GPM precipitation data products in WRF; Improved algorithm and data products on fractional snow cover; Improvement of MODIS ET with assimilation of  ...  The Dragon 3 Cryosphere and Hydrosphere Projects, although generally limited to China, cover and expand this area of research on the terrestrial water cycle.  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprsarchives-xl-7-w3-1101-2015 fatcat:cazpqqpivjcmjhgzth4tx44rki

Observing and understanding the Earth system variations from space geodesy

Shuanggen Jin, Tonie van Dam, Shimon Wdowinski
2013 Journal of Geodynamics  
The interaction and coupling of the Earth system components that include the atmosphere, hydrosphere, cryosphere, lithosphere, and other fluids in Earth's interior, influence the Earth's shape, gravity  ...  In this paper, the status of current space geodetic techniques, some recent observations, and interpretations of those observations in terms of the Earth system are presented.  ...  For example, current deformation in East Asia is distributed over a broad area extending from Tibet in the south to the Kuril-Japan trench in the east with some micro-plates, such as South China and possibly  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jog.2013.08.001 fatcat:2rcbfa7ssbfnfmkeofpto5j5qe

High Elevation Energy and Water Balance: the Roles of Surface Albedo and Temperature

Massimo MENENTI,Li JIA,Marco MANCINI,Xin LI,Francesca PELLICCIOTTI,Kun YANG,Jiancheng SHI,Maria Jose ESCORIHUELA,Chiara CORBARI,Shaoting REN,Chunfeng MA,Chaolei ZHENG,Lian LIU,Thomas SHAW,Baohong DING,Wei YANG
2020 Journal of Geodesy and Geoinformation Science  
Observation and modeling of the coupled energy and water balance is the key to understand hydrospheric and cryospheric processes at high elevation.  ...  Experiments with both atmospheric and hydrosphere-cryosphere models documented the need and advantages of using accurate retrievals of land surface albedo to capture lan-atmosphere interactions at high  ...  Fully integrated use of satelliteꎬ ground observa ̄ tionsꎬ and hydrological distributed models is necessary to support water resources management in south and east Asia and to clarify the roles of the interactions  ... 
doi:10.11947/j.jggs.2020.0407 doaj:eb69d8456e954863a2eb23163d88073b fatcat:qzgottgtlbcexeb444b4dt6ohm

Monitoring Water and Energy Cycles at Climate Scale in the Third Pole Environment (CLIMATE-TPE)

Zhongbo Su, Yaoming Ma, Xuelong Chen, Xiaohua Dong, Junping Du, Cunbo Han, Yanbo He, Jan G. Hofste, Maoshan Li, Mengna Li, Shaoning Lv, Weiqiang Ma (+15 others)
2021 Remote Sensing  
in relation to changes of plateau atmosphere in the Asian monsoon system and for predicting the possible changes in water resources in South and East Asia.  ...  A better understanding of the water and energy cycles at climate scale in the Third Pole Environment is essential for assessing and understanding the causes of changes in the cryosphere and hydrosphere  ...  and climate in South and East Asia (e.g., [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] ) and affects the security of the water resources of 1.2 billion people in Asia.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs13183661 fatcat:zpff6mfpi5ej3l4bu6gihnrisy

Toward mountains without permanent snow and ice

M. Huss, B. Bookhagen, C. Huggel, D. Jacobsen, R.S. Bradley, J.J. Clague, M. Vuille, W. Buytaert, D.R. Cayan, G. Greenwood, B.G. Mark, A.M. Milner (+2 others)
2017 Earth's Future  
Here, we review and, where possible, quantify the impacts of anticipated climate change on the alpine cryosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere, and consider the implications for adaptation to a future of  ...  Here, we review and, where possible, quantify the impacts of anticipated climate change on the alpine cryosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere, and consider the implications for adaptation to a future of  ...  Acknowledgments All data are available on request from the first author.  ... 
doi:10.1002/2016ef000514 fatcat:5mpsmermavb7tardwnmatjyfh4

Recent Third Pole's rapid warming accompanies cryospheric melt and water cycle intensification and interactions between monsoon and environment: multi-disciplinary approach with observation, modeling and analysis

Tandong Yao, Yongkang Xue, Deliang Chen, Fahu Chen, Lonnie Thompson, Peng Cui, Toshio Koike, William K.-M. Lau, Dennis Lettenmaier, Volker Mosbrugger, Renhe Zhang, Baiqing Xu (+27 others)
2018 Bulletin of The American Meteorological Society - (BAMS)  
TP TEMPERATURE CHANGE IN THE PAST 2,000 YEARS.  ...  and western Greenland (Johnsen et al. 1989) .  ...  National Science Foundation Grant AGS-1419526, and many other funding agencies from different countries.  ... 
doi:10.1175/bams-d-17-0057.1 fatcat:7qh2o6qnujg6ligtwpx5jws5e4

Global impacts of the 1980s regime shift

Philip C. Reid, Renata E. Hari, Grégory Beaugrand, David M. Livingstone, Christoph Marty, Dietmar Straile, Jonathan Barichivich, Eric Goberville, Rita Adrian, Yasuyuki Aono, Ross Brown, James Foster (+17 others)
2015 Global Change Biology  
Applying principal component analysis, change-point analysis and a sequential t-test analysis of regime shifts to 72 time series, we confirm that the 1980s regime shift represented a major change in the  ...  Within the context of the last century or more, the 1980s event was unique in terms of its global scope and scale; our observed consequences imply that if unavoidable natural events such as major volcanic  ...  Acknowledgements We wish to thank all who contributed the time series data used in the figures (See Table S3 ) and others for assistance or for data not presented here, including Stephan Bader and Regula  ... 
doi:10.1111/gcb.13106 pmid:26598217 pmcid:PMC4738433 fatcat:lyaqvpnbu5hglgwsl6fjvbkwqm

Multi-Source Hydrological Data Products to Monitor High Asian River Basins and Regional Water Security

Massimo Menenti, Xin Li, Li Jia, Kun Yang, Francesca Pellicciotti, Marco Mancini, Jiancheng Shi, Maria José Escorihuela, Chaolei Zheng, Qiting Chen, Jing Lu, Jie Zhou (+35 others)
2021 Remote Sensing  
This project explored the integrated use of satellite, ground observations and hydrological distributed models to support water resources assessment and monitoring in High Mountain Asia (HMA).  ...  Hydrological data products were generated taking advantage of the synergies of European and Chinese data assets and space-borne observation systems.  ...  These changes will deeply modify water supply to lower elevation areas in South and East (S and E) Asia [1] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs13245122 fatcat:25bxfbcmvvfhja7ditld7t3yze

Dryland belt of Northern Eurasia: contemporary environmental changes and their consequences

Pavel Groisman, Olga Bulygina, Geoffrey Henebry, Nina Speranskaya, Alexander Shiklomanov, Yizhao Chen, Nadezhda Tchebakova, Elena Parfenova, Natalia Tilinina, Olga Zolina, Ambroise Dufour, Jiquan Chen (+5 others)
2018 Environmental Research Letters  
This paper addresses the climatic changes observed over the DLB in recent decades and outlines possible links of these changes (both impacts and feedback) with other external and internal factors of contemporary  ...  Thus, it is important to properly document each of these external and internal factors and to characterize the structural relationships among them in order to develop better approaches to alleviating negative  ...  Central and East Asia J.  ... 
doi:10.1088/1748-9326/aae43c fatcat:fw2g5xvrqvf6pe2npydebv3ndu

Climate-driven polar motion: 2003-2015

S. Adhikari, E. R. Ivins
2016 Science Advances  
The changes in terrestrial water storage (TWS) and global cryosphere together explain nearly the entire amplitude (83 ± 23%) and mean directional shift (within 5.9°± 7.6°) of the observed motion.  ...  We analyze space geodetic and satellite gravimetric data for the period 2003-2015 to show that all of the main features of polar motion are explained by global-scale continent-ocean mass transport.  ...  S2A ) that shows the drop in local sea level and the rise elsewhere, particularly around East Asia and the Drake Passage between the Antarctic Peninsula and southern South America.  ... 
doi:10.1126/sciadv.1501693 pmid:27152348 pmcid:PMC4846461 fatcat:izlkopa6qrbp7fr7vxisc2tbim

Preliminary Estimation and Validation of Polar Motion Excitation from Different Types of the GRACE and GRACE Follow-On Missions Data

Justyna Śliwińska, Małgorzata Wińska, Jolanta Nastula
2020 Remote Sensing  
In this paper, the data series is computed using different types of GRACE/GRACE-FO data: ΔC21, ΔS21 coefficients of geopotential, gridded terrestrial water storage anomalies, and mascon solutions.  ...  Therefore, GRACE measurements are commonly exploited to interpret polar motion changes due to variations in the global mass redistribution, especially in the continental hydrosphere and cryosphere.  ...  Acknowledgments: We kindly acknowledge the CSR, JPL, and GFZ teams for providing the GRACE and GRACE-FO Level-2 and Level-3 data used in this research.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs12213490 fatcat:dlrwgp6yavc5tcenlid3yamt6a

Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau Greening and Human Well-Being Improving: The Role of Ecological Policies

Shijin Wang, Yanqiang Wei
2022 Sustainability  
In the past 50 years, various ecological policies have improved both ecological change and human well-being in the Qinghai–Tibetan Plateau (QTP), efficiently achieving multiple Sustainable Development  ...  This study can be used as a reference for other countries in the world to coordinate the development of ecological protection and well-being.  ...  Asian (i.e., Central, South, and East Asia) population of more than three billion (Figure 1 ).  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14031652 fatcat:fh6iq2ehvveitlvnrwgy6lvlmy

Conference Reports

Hans-Peter Plag, Norman Miller, O. Tapani Rämö, Yury L. Voytekhovsky, Kristine Asch, Rama Radhakrishna, Shiva Murthy, Umesh, Shankar, Research Scholar
2010 Episodes  
In regions like the Southwestern U.S., the Mediterranean, Northern India, East Africa, and large parts of East Asia, tectonic processes and changes in land water storage produce overlapping signals in  ...  Improved understanding of loading due to atmosphere, cryosphere, terrestrial hydrosphere and ocean would lead to better models for surface displacements and gravity changes caused by these processes.  ... 
doi:10.18814/epiiugs/2010/v33i4/008 fatcat:icc2y3mk2ncwxmbstp4e4oad3a

Paleolakes, paleofloods, and depressions in Aurorae and Ophir Plana, Mars: Connectivity of surface and subsurface hydrological systems

Goro Komatsu, Gaetano Di Achille, Ciprian Popa, Stefano Di Lorenzo, Angelo Pio Rossi, Jose Alexis Palmero Rodriguez
2009 Icarus (New York, N.Y. 1962)  
Water emergence may have occurred as consequences of ground ice melting or breaching of cryosphere to release water from the underlying hydrosphere.  ...  Dike intrusion is considered to be an important cause of formation for the cavi and smaller depressions in Aurorae and Ophir plana, explaining also melting of ground ice or breaching of cryosphere.  ...  We used the HRSC data processed by HRSC view provided by Freie Universitaet Berlin and DLR Berlin. The OMEGA data are credited to ESA/IAS.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2009.01.010 fatcat:5hw5s74dgzdfrpri6crjwr6fmi

Multispherical interactions and their effects on the Tibetan Plateau's earth system: a review of the recent researches

Tandong Yao, Fuyuan Wu, Lin Ding, Jimin Sun, Liping Zhu, Shilong Piao, Tao Deng, Xijun Ni, Hongbo Zheng, Hua Ouyang
2015 National Science Review  
Our researches have taken in situ measurement as priority and developed several platforms of data acquisition and analysis, including the platforms of water-phase transformations, and ecosystem observations  ...  The Tibetan Plateau (TP) is a regional Earth system showing very strong interactions among its lithosphere, hydrosphere, cryosphere, biosphere, atmosphere, and anthrosphere.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to thank the help of many scientists in the preparation of this paper including E. Derbyshire, J. Gao, W. Yu, M. Shen, L. Thompson and others.  ... 
doi:10.1093/nsr/nwv070 fatcat:6bkgxissxrbi7cejeh3kul7xlm
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