Remote sensing, Water content, Radiometer, Soil water and Brightness temperature are his primary areas of study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Brightness, Atmospheric radiative transfer codes and Meteorology. James R. Wang has researched Water content in several fields, including Soil science, Radar imaging and L band.
In his study, Atmospheric sciences, Snow, Precipitable water, Albedo and Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit is strongly linked to Radiometry, which falls under the umbrella field of Radiometer. He interconnects Moisture and Hydrology in the investigation of issues within Soil water. His Brightness temperature study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Polarization mixing, Radiative transfer, Scattering and Atmospheric sounding.
His main research concerns Remote sensing, Radiometer, Brightness temperature, Radiometry and Meteorology. His work deals with themes such as Snow, Atmospheric sciences, Water vapor and Water content, which intersect with Remote sensing. His Water content research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Moisture, Soil science, Soil water and L band.
His work carried out in the field of Radiometer brings together such families of science as Mixing ratio, Atmospheric sounding, Microwave imaging, Extremely high frequency and Conical scanning. His research integrates issues of Atmospheric radiative transfer codes, Radiative transfer and Emissivity in his study of Brightness temperature. In his work, Computational physics is strongly intertwined with Scattering, which is a subfield of Brightness.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Remote sensing, Snow, Radiometer, Brightness temperature and Meteorology. His Remote sensing research incorporates elements of Absorption and Global Precipitation Measurement. His work on Microwave radiometer as part of general Radiometer research is frequently linked to Materials science, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His Brightness temperature research is under the purview of Brightness. His Meteorology research includes elements of Earth observation and Microwave humidity sounder. His Atmospheric temperature research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Moisture, Sea surface temperature and Water content.
James R. Wang mainly investigates Remote sensing, Snow, Radiometer, Brightness temperature and Global Precipitation Measurement. In his papers, James R. Wang integrates diverse fields, such as Remote sensing and Materials science. His Snow research includes themes of Atmosphere, Scattering, Computational physics, Atmospheric correction and Mie scattering.
James R. Wang interconnects Radiative transfer, Discrete dipole approximation and Radiometry in the investigation of issues within Radiometer. His research investigates the connection between Brightness temperature and topics such as Meteorology that intersect with issues in Water cycle. The various areas that James R. Wang examines in his Global Precipitation Measurement study include Synoptic scale meteorology, Microphysics and Snowpack.
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An Empirical Model for the Complex Dielectric Permittivity of Soils as a Function of Water Content
James R. Wang;Thomas J. Schmugge.
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (1980)
A model for microwave emission from vegetation-covered fields
T. Mo;B. J. Choudhury;T. J. Schmugge;J. R. Wang.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1982)
Estimation of bare surface soil moisture and surface roughness parameter using L-band SAR image data
Jiancheng Shi;J. Wang;A.Y. Hsu;P.E. O'Neill.
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (1997)
Passive microwave sensing of soil moisture under vegetation canopies
Thomas J. Jackson;Thomas J. Schmugge;James R. Wang.
Water Resources Research (1982)
Passive Microwave Soil Moisture Research
Thomas Schmugge;Peggy E. O'Neill;James R. Wang.
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (1986)
Multifrequency Measurements of the Effects of Soil Moisture, Soil Texture, And Surface Roughness
James R. Wang;Peggy E. O'Neill;Thomas J. Jackson;Edwin T. Engman.
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (1983)
Ground Validation for the Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM)
David B. Wolff;D. A. Marks;D. A. Marks;E. Amitai;E. Amitai;D. S. Silberstein;D. S. Silberstein.
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology (2005)
Passive microwave remote sensing of soil moisture: results from HAPEX, FIFE and MONSOON 90
T. Schmugge;T.J. Jackson;W.P. Kustas;J.R. Wang.
Isprs Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (1992)
Effect of vegetation on soil moisture sensing observed from orbiting microwave radiometers
James R. Wang.
Remote Sensing of Environment (1985)
The L-band PBMR measurements of surface soil moisture in FIFE
J.R. Wang;J.C. Shiue;T.J. Schmugge;E.T. Engman.
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (1990)
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