Per Gloersen mostly deals with Sea ice, Environmental science, Remote sensing, Arctic ice pack and Climatology. His research in Sea ice intersects with topics in Ice sheet and Scanning multichannel microwave radiometer. His Environmental science investigation overlaps with Sea ice concentration and Meteorology.
His Sea ice concentration research focuses on Brightness temperature and how it connects with Arctic. His study in Antarctic sea ice and Ice pack is done as part of Arctic ice pack. His research investigates the connection between Arctic sea ice decline and topics such as Global warming that intersect with issues in Atmosphere of Earth.
Per Gloersen mainly focuses on Sea ice, Remote sensing, Sea ice concentration, Climatology and Environmental science. As a part of the same scientific family, Per Gloersen mostly works in the field of Sea ice, focusing on Microwave radiometer and, on occasion, Sea ice emissivity modelling. His Scanning multichannel microwave radiometer, Synthetic aperture radar and Radiance study in the realm of Remote sensing connects with subjects such as Emissivity.
In his research, Drainage basin is intimately related to Remote sensing, which falls under the overarching field of Sea ice concentration. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Spatial distribution and Spatial variability. His work investigates the relationship between Arctic ice pack and topics such as Cryosphere that intersect with problems in Northern Hemisphere.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Sea ice, Climatology, Environmental science, Remote sensing and Microwave remote sensing. The study of Sea ice is intertwined with the study of Sea surface temperature in a number of ways. His work on Antarctic sea ice and Arctic ice pack as part of general Climatology research is often related to Term, thus linking different fields of science.
His work on Ice pack as part of general Arctic ice pack research is frequently linked to Annual average, bridging the gap between disciplines. The Microwave remote sensing study combines topics in areas such as Sea ice concentration, Oceanography, Earth remote sensing and Seasonal ice zone. His study in Sea ice concentration is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Arctic dipole anomaly and Drift ice.
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A confidence limit for the empirical mode decomposition and Hilbert spectral analysis
Norden E Huang;Man-Li C Wu;Steven R Long;Samuel S.P Shen.
Proceedings of The Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences (2003)
Arctic sea ice extents, areas, and trends, 1978-1996
Claire L. Parkinson;Donald J. Cavalieri;Per Gloersen;H. Jay Zwally.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1999)
Arctic and Antarctic Sea Ice, 1978-1987: Satellite Passive-Microwave Observations and Analysis
P. Gloersen;W.J. Campbell;D.J. Cavalieri;J.C. Comiso.
Research and Technology (1992)
Determination of sea ice parameters with the NIMBUS 7 SMMR
D. J. Cavalieri;P. Gloersen;W. J. Campbell.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1984)
Observed Hemispheric Asymmetry in Global Sea Ice Changes
D. J. Cavalieri;P. Gloersen;C. L. Parkinson;J. C. Comiso.
Passive microwave algorithms for sea ice concentration: A comparison of two techniques
Josefino C. Comiso;Donald J. Cavalieri;Claire L. Parkinson;Per Gloersen.
Remote Sensing of Environment (1997)
Variability of Antarctic Sea Ice 1979-1998
H. Jay Zwally;Josefino C. Comiso;Claire L. Parkinson;Donald J. Cavalieri.
Deriving long-term time series of sea ice cover from satellite passive-microwave multisensor data sets
D. J. Cavalieri;C. L. Parkinson;P. Gloersen;J. C. Comiso.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1999)
Reduction of weather effects in the calculation of sea ice concentration from microwave radiances
P. Gloersen;D. J. Cavalieri.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1986)
Microwave emission from snow and glacier ice
T.C. Chang;P. Gloersen;T. Schmugge;T.T. Wilheit.
Journal of Glaciology (1976)
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