MARS: Recent submissions

  • Lee, Myeong; Wang, Jieshu; Johnston, Erik; Harlow, John; Gordon, Eric; Janzen, Shawn; Winter, Susan (CSCW Workshop on Civic Technologies: Research, Practice, and Open Challenges, 2020-10)
    While civic technologies for public issues and services such as 311 systems are widely adopted in many U.S. cities, the impact of the emerging civic technologies and their data-level dynamics are unclear. Because the ...
  • Roca, Rémy; Haddad, Ziad S.; Akimoto, Fumie F.; Alexander, Lisa; Behrangi, Ali; Huffman, George; Kato, Seiji; Kidd, Chris; Kirstetter, Pierre-Emmanuel; Kubota, Takuji; Kummerow, Chris; L’Ecuyer, Tristan; Levizzani, Vincenzo; Maggioni, Viviana; Massari, Christian; Masunaga, Hirohiko; Schröder, Marc; Tapiador, Francisco J.; Turk, Francis J.; Utsumi, Nobuyuki (World Climate Research Programme, 2021)
    This report reviews the current state of precipitation products, and includes assessments of sub-daily global satellite precipitation products, discussions of various climate applications of precipitation products, and ...
  • Haddad, Ziad S.; Turk, Francis J.; Utsumi, Nobuyuki; Kirstetter, Pierre-Emmanuel (World Climate Research Programme, 2021)
    Level-3 “sub-daily global merged satellite precipitation products” are typically reported on a fixed rectangular latitude-longitude grid at high spatial and temporal resolution (respectively 0.1º and ~0.5 hour). This section ...
  • Kirstetter, Pierre-Emmanuel (World Climate Research Programme, 2021)
    The critical importance of accurate water flux estimates for science and applications explains the large body of verification analyses focusing on precipitation estimates. Very few are implemented at the relevant scales ...
  • Kidd, Chris; Maggioni, Viviana (World Climate Research Programme, 2021)
    A major activity of the International Precipitation Working Group (IPWG) is the verification, validation and intercomparison of precipitation products to enable product developers and users to continually monitor and assess ...
  • Roca, Rémy; Kato, Seiji; L’Ecuyer, Tristan (World Climate Research Programme, 2021)
    Energy and water budget closure has recently been extensively used to assess the consistency of precipitation products with various other terms of the water and energy budget. Most efforts are focused on water closure and ...
  • Tapiador, Francisco J. (World Climate Research Programme, 2021)
    This chapter describes the role of satellite precipitation datasets in the analysis of climate variability and trends. Two major applications are explored, namely the validation of the variability in the statistical moments ...
  • Tapiador, Francisco; Levizzani, Vincenzo (World Climate Research Programme, 2021)
    This chapter reviews the use of satellite-derived precipitation datasets to validate climate models, with an emphasis in quality control and normalization. Two checklists are provided: one with the facts regarding the major ...
  • Masunaga, Hirohiko; Akimoto, Fumie F.; Kubota, Takuji; Kummerow, Chris; Schröder, Marc (World Climate Research Programme, 2021)
    Observational datasets of global precipitation are widely used for a range of climate applications. The precipitation products, however, are not strictly a “true” representation of nature, but have their own uncertainties ...
  • Roca, Rémy; Masunaga, Hirohiko; Alexander, Lisa (World Climate Research Programme, 2021)
    The availability of numerous gridded precipitation products and the importance of the question of extreme precipitation have led to a number of new findings. Over land, this intercomparison generally emphasizes that global ...
  • Huffman, George; Kirstetter, Pierre-Emmanuel (World Climate Research Programme, 2021)
    Modern precipitation products provide fine resolution precipitation estimates by combining estimates from many individual high-quality satellite sensors and by using approximations to fill numerous gaps in the mosaics of ...
  • Maggioni, Viviana; Massari, Christian (World Climate Research Programme, 2021)
    Although in the recent past numerous attempts have been made to develop error models of satellite precipitation products, several issues limit their use in applications. First off, the majority of these approaches is based ...
  • Behrangi, Ali (World Climate Research Programme, 2021)
    Besides traditional sensors used to estimate precipitation amount and distribution, several other Earth-observing sensors can provide valuable insights about precipitation quantity. Here, we show how observation of mass ...
  • Kidd, Chris (World Climate Research Programme, 2021)
    Satellites within the current precipitation constellation are old, with many missions beyond their designed operational lifetime. It is therefore crucial that there is a concerted program of new satellites and sensors to ...
  • Unknown author (World Climate Research Programme, 2021)
    This list contains the acronyms used in The Joint IPWG/GEWEX Precipitation Analysis along with their definitions.
  • Polcher, Jan; Gulizia, Carla; Bahar, Faten Attig; Rabanal, Valentina; YESS Executive Committee; Guimond, Julia; Zeng, Yijian; Verhoef, Anne; Or, Dani; Cuntz, Matthias; Gudmundsson, Lukas; Weihermueller, Lutz; Kollet, Stefan; Vanderborght, Jan; Vereecken, Harry; Polcher, Jan; International GEWEX Project Office; Hartogensis, Oscar; Cuxart, Joan; Ek, Michael; Findell, Kirsten; Verhoef, Anne (International GEWEX Project Office, 2021-05)
  • Cohen, Daniel; Takats, Sean; Buck, Brandon; Howlett, Dan; Meyer, Dana; Stinson, Kris; Swain, Greta; Walters Cooper, LaQuanda; Crossley, Laura; Bestebreurtje, Lindsey; Fragaszy Troyano, Joan; Hoffman, Sasha; Rhody, Lisa M.; Schneider, Benjamin; Wieringa, Jeri; Morton, Amanda; Regan, Amanda; Catalano, Joshua; Westcott, Stephanie; Fahringer, Alyssa Toby; Harnett, Caitlin (Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, 2021)
    Digital Humanities Now was an experimental, edited publication that highlighted and distributed informally published digital humanities scholarship and resources from the open web. Begun in November 2009, DHNow explored ...
  • Unknown author (Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, 2010)
    From 1935 to 1943, photographers working for the federal government produced the most enduring images of the Great Depression. Beginning under the auspices of the Resettlement Administration in 1935 and then the Farm ...
  • Unknown author (Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, 2008)
    With support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and the Mozilla Foundation, The Mozilla Digital Memory Bank collected and preserved digital texts, images, audio, video, personal narratives, and oral histories related to ...
  • Olson, Audrey; Zhang, Fuquan; Baranova, Ancha; Slavin, Margaret (Frontiers, 2021-04-20)
    Food is the primary human source of choline, an essential precursor to the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, which has a central role in signaling pathways that govern sensorimotor functions. Most Americans do not consume ...

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