The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Remote sensing, Snow, Dielectric, Optics and Sea ice. As a member of one scientific family, Christian Mätzler mostly works in the field of Remote sensing, focusing on Snow cover and, on occasion, Moisture. His research in Snow intersects with topics in Relative permittivity and Void.
His study in Dielectric is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Radiative transfer, Radar remote sensing and Resonator. He works mostly in the field of Optics, limiting it down to topics relating to Computational physics and, in certain cases, Mie scattering, Absorption, Scattering and Volume fraction. The concepts of his Microwave radiometer study are interwoven with issues in Inversion, Emissivity and Radiosonde.
His primary scientific interests are in Remote sensing, Radiometer, Snow, Microwave radiometer and Radiometry. His Remote sensing study incorporates themes from Brightness, Brightness temperature, Meteorology, Water content and Radiative transfer. His work in Radiative transfer addresses issues such as Scattering, which are connected to fields such as Specular reflection.
His Radiometer study is concerned with the field of Optics as a whole. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Computational physics and Dielectric. His Snow research includes elements of Polarization, Backscatter and Permittivity.
Christian Mätzler focuses on Remote sensing, Snow, Radiometer, Atmospheric sciences and Microwave radiometer. His Remote sensing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Water content, Brightness, Brightness temperature, Sea ice and Meltwater. The concepts of his Snow study are interwoven with issues in Radiative transfer, Permittivity and L band.
The various areas that Christian Mätzler examines in his Permittivity study include Earth observation and Absorption. His Radiometer study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Climatology, Troposphere, Penetration depth and Radiometry. His Diurnal cycle study, which is part of a larger body of work in Atmospheric sciences, is frequently linked to Cloud fraction, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Christian Mätzler spends much of his time researching Remote sensing, Snow, L band, Brightness and Radiometer. The study incorporates disciplines such as Sea ice concentration, Sea ice and Microwave Limb Sounder in addition to Remote sensing. The Snow study combines topics in areas such as Radiative transfer, Observatory and Brightness temperature.
His L band research focuses on Snowpack and how it connects with Absorption and Earth observation. His research in Brightness intersects with topics in Radiometry, Polarization, Water content and Permittivity. His Radiometer study incorporates themes from Spectrometer, Troposphere, Stratosphere and Radiosonde.
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Applications of the interaction of microwaves with the natural snow cover
Remote Sensing Reviews (1987)
Microwave Emission Model of Layered Snowpacks
Andreas Wiesmann;Christian Mätzler.
Remote Sensing of Environment (1999)
Microwave permittivity of dry sand
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (1996)
MATLAB Functions for Mie Scattering and Absorption
Dielectric properties of freshwater ice at microwave frequencies
Christian Mätzler;Urs Wegmüller.
Journal of Physics D (1987)
Passive microwave signatures of landscapes in winter
Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics (1994)
Thermal Microwave Radiation: Applications for Remote Sensing
Extension of the Microwave Emission Model of Layered Snowpacks to Coarse-Grained Snow
Christian Mätzler;Andreas Wiesmann.
Remote Sensing of Environment (1999)
Rough bare soil reflectivity model
U. Wegmuller;C. Matzler.
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (1999)
Norwegian Remote Sensing Experiment: Evaluation of the Nimbus 7 scanning multichannel microwave radiometer for sea ice research
E. Svendsen;K. Kloster;B. Farrelly;O. M. Johannessen.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1983)
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