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2 December 2008 Influences of snow over the Tibetan Plateau on the summer precipitation of East Asia
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The spatial and temporal distributions of snow depth on Tibetan Plateau are revealed by comparing the data retrieved from satellite remote sensing i.e. SSMR and SSM/I with station observations. All of the results show that snow depth on the Tibetan plateau plays an important role in East Asia summer precipitation anomalies and in consequence, some possible mechanisms are proposed.
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Feng Ding, Zhaobo Sun, Shunwu Zhou, and Fan Yang "Influences of snow over the Tibetan Plateau on the summer precipitation of East Asia", Proc. SPIE 7154, Microwave Remote Sensing of the Atmosphere and Environment VI, 715405 (2 December 2008); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.804938
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