Kenneth C. Jezek mostly deals with Ice sheet, Remote sensing, Ice stream, Greenland ice sheet and Sea ice. Kenneth C. Jezek has included themes like Climatology, Glacier, Snow, Sea ice thickness and Antarctic ice sheet in his Ice sheet study. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Remote sensing, National Snow and Ice Data Center is strongly linked to Radar imaging.
The concepts of his Ice stream study are interwoven with issues in Arctic ice pack, Antarctic sea ice and Ice core. In Greenland ice sheet, Kenneth C. Jezek works on issues like Synthetic aperture radar, which are connected to Polarization and Geodesy. As a member of one scientific family, Kenneth C. Jezek mostly works in the field of Sea ice, focusing on Geophysics and, on occasion, Ice divide.
His main research concerns Remote sensing, Ice sheet, Sea ice, Glacier and Ice stream. His work deals with themes such as Sea ice concentration, Sea ice thickness and Brightness temperature, which intersect with Remote sensing. His study in Ice sheet focuses on Greenland ice sheet in particular.
Kenneth C. Jezek interconnects Snow, Polarization, Geophysics and Remote sensing in the investigation of issues within Sea ice. His Glacier research includes themes of Radioglaciology and Depth sounding. His Ice stream study incorporates themes from Iceberg, Ice shelf, Antarctic sea ice and Geomorphology.
Kenneth C. Jezek mainly investigates Remote sensing, Ice sheet, Brightness temperature, Radiometer and Cryosphere. His Remote sensing research incorporates themes from Glacier and Sea ice. His work on Greenland ice sheet as part of general Ice sheet research is frequently linked to Materials science, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His Radiometer research incorporates elements of Scattering and Calibration. His work on Ice stream as part of his general Cryosphere study is frequently connected to Electromagnetic model, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His research investigates the link between Ice stream and topics such as Ice core that cross with problems in Ice-sheet model, Geophysics and Antarctic sea ice.
His primary scientific interests are in Remote sensing, Radiometer, Ice sheet, Ice stream and Sea ice. His Remote sensing research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Wavelength, Firn, Calibration and Geodesy. His research integrates issues of Dome, Scattering and Brightness temperature in his study of Radiometer.
The various areas that Kenneth C. Jezek examines in his Ice sheet study include Cryosphere, Antarctic ice sheet and Climatology. His Cryosphere research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Arctic ice pack and Greenland ice sheet. His studies deal with areas such as Structural basin and Geomorphology as well as Ice stream.
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Greenland Ice Sheet Surface Properties and Ice Dynamics from ERS-1 SAR Imagery
Mark Fahnestock;Robert Bindschadler;Ron Kwok;Ken Jezek.
Radarsat Antarctic Mapping Project digital elevation model version 2
H. Liu;K. Jezek;B. Li;Z. Zhao.
Radarsat Antarctic Mapping Project digital elevation model version 2 (2001)
Evidence for subglacial water transport in the West Antarctic Ice Sheet through three‐dimensional satellite radar interferometry
Laurence Gray;Ian Joughin;Ian Joughin;Slawek Tulaczyk;Vandy Blue Spikes.
Geophysical Research Letters (2005)
Jakobshavn Glacier, west Greenland: 30 years of spaceborne observations
Hong Gyoo Sohn;Kenneth C. Jezek;C. J. Van Der Veen.
Geophysical Research Letters (1998)
Coherent radar ice thickness measurements over the Greenland ice sheet
S. Gogineni;D. Tammana;D. Braaten;C. Leuschen.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2001)
An improved coherent radar depth sounder
Sivaprasad Gogineni;T. Chuah;Christopher Thomas Allen;Kenneth C. Jezek.
Journal of Glaciology (1998)
Radar measurements of melt zones on the Greenland Ice Sheet
Kenneth C. Jezek;Prasad Gogineni;M. Shanableh.
Geophysical Research Letters (1994)
Wavelet-transform based edge detection approach to derivation of snowmelt onset, end and duration from satellite passive microwave measurements
Hongxing Liu;Lei Wang;Kenneth C. Jezek.
International Journal of Remote Sensing (2005)
Greenland ice sheet thickness changes measured by laser altimetry
W. Krabill;R. Thomas;K. Jezek;K. Kuivinen.
Geophysical Research Letters (1995)
On the recent calving of icebergs from the Ross ice shelf
M. A. Lazzara;K. C. Jezek;T. A. Scambos;D. R. MacAyeal.
Polar Geography (1999)
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