His scientific interests lie mostly in Remote sensing, Snow, Aerosol, Atmospheric sciences and Climatology. Alain Royer studies Radiometer which is a part of Remote sensing. Alain Royer studies Snow, focusing on Snowpack in particular.
His Aerosol study introduces a deeper knowledge of Meteorology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sea surface temperature, Smoke, Depth hoar and Moderate-resolution imaging spectroradiometer. His work in Climatology covers topics such as Arctic which are related to areas like Image resolution and Pixel.
Alain Royer spends much of his time researching Remote sensing, Snow, Atmospheric sciences, Brightness temperature and Radiometer. His research in Remote sensing intersects with topics in Radiative transfer and Meteorology, Aerosol. His work on Optical depth and Air mass is typically connected to Mode as part of general Aerosol study, connecting several disciplines of science.
His Snow study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Brightness, Climatology and Arctic. His study focuses on the intersection of Atmospheric sciences and fields such as Taiga with connections in the field of Boreal and Canopy. His work deals with themes such as Soil water, Emissivity, Transect and Water content, which intersect with Brightness temperature.
Alain Royer focuses on Snow, Atmospheric sciences, Remote sensing, Snowpack and Radiometer. His Snow research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Radiative transfer and Precipitation. Alain Royer has included themes like Tundra and L band in his Atmospheric sciences study.
His work investigates the relationship between Remote sensing and topics such as Brightness temperature that intersect with problems in Water content. His studies in Snowpack integrate themes in fields like Atmospheric radiative transfer codes and Penetration depth. His research on Radiometer also deals with topics like
His main research concerns Snow, Snowpack, Atmospheric sciences, Permittivity and Diurnal cycle. The various areas that he examines in his Snow study include Archipelago, Ungulate, Arctic, Precipitation and Brightness temperature. As a part of the same scientific family, Alain Royer mostly works in the field of Brightness temperature, focusing on Water content and, on occasion, Remote sensing.
His research links Weather and climate with Remote sensing. His Snowpack study combines topics in areas such as Atmospheric radiative transfer codes and Radiative transfer. The concepts of his Diurnal cycle study are interwoven with issues in Soil science, Black spruce and L band.
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Modelling the Passive Microwave Signature from Land Surfaces: A Review of Recent Results and Application to the L-Band SMOS SMAP Soil Moisture Retrieval Algorithms
J.-P. Wigneron;T.J. Jackson;P. O'Neill;G. De Lannoy.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2017)
Bimodal size distribution influences on the variation of Angstrom derivatives in spectral and optical depth space
N. T. O'Neill;T. F. Eck;B. N. Holben;A. Smirnov.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2001)
Aerosol optical depth over the oceans: Analysis in terms of synoptic air mass types
A. Smirnov;Y. Villevalde;N. T. O'Neill;A. Royer.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1995)
Variability and change in the Canadian cryosphere
C. Derksen;S.L. Smith;M. Sharp;L. Brown.
Climatic Change (2012)
Simulation of the microwave emission of multi-layered snowpacks using the Dense Media Radiative transfer theory: the DMRT-ML model
G. Picard;G. Picard;Ludovic Brucker;Ludovic Brucker;A. Roy;F. Dupont;F. Dupont;F. Dupont.
Geoscientific Model Development (2013)
Optical properties of boreal forest fire smoke derived from Sun photometry
N. T. O'Neill;T. F. Eck;B. N. Holben;A. Smirnov.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2002)
A study of the link between synoptic air mass type and atmospheric optical parameters
A. Smirnov;A. Royer;N. T. O'Neill;A. Tarussov.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1994)
Snow water equivalent retrieval in a Canadian boreal environment from microwave measurements using the HUT snow emission model
V. Roy;K. Goita;A. Royer;A.E. Walker.
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (2004)
Analysis of Temperature Emissivity Separation (TES) algorithm applicability and sensitivity
V. Payan;A. Royer.
International Journal of Remote Sensing (2004)
Characterization of Atmospheric Aerosols across Canada from a Ground-based Sunphotometer Network: AEROCAN
A.I. Bokoye;A. Royer;N.T. O'Neil;P. Cliche.
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