Thomas J. Jackson focuses on Water content, Remote sensing, Radiometer, Brightness temperature and Radiometry. His work carried out in the field of Water content brings together such families of science as Moisture, Meteorology and Soil science, Soil water. His Remote sensing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Atmospheric radiative transfer codes, Hydrology and Normalized Difference Vegetation Index.
His work deals with themes such as Mean squared error, Soil map, Calibration and Data assimilation, which intersect with Radiometer. As a part of the same scientific family, Thomas J. Jackson mostly works in the field of Brightness temperature, focusing on Radiative transfer and, on occasion, Interferometry, L band, Inversion and Computational physics. His work on Watershed is typically connected to Resource as part of general Hydrology study, connecting several disciplines of science.
Thomas J. Jackson mainly focuses on Water content, Remote sensing, Radiometer, Soil science and Brightness temperature. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Water content, focusing on Soil water and, on occasion, Spatial variability. His research on Remote sensing frequently links to adjacent areas such as Meteorology.
His Radiometer research integrates issues from Retrieval algorithm, Atmospheric sciences, Precipitation, Soil map and Data assimilation. His work in the fields of Soil science, such as Pedotransfer function and Hydraulic conductivity, overlaps with other areas such as Surface roughness and Surface finish. His Brightness temperature research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Active passive and Calibration.
His primary areas of investigation include Water content, Remote sensing, Radiometer, Brightness temperature and L band. His study in the field of Active passive is also linked to topics like Surface roughness. His Remote sensing research incorporates elements of Image resolution, Soil water, Meteorology and Calibration.
His studies in Radiometer integrate themes in fields like Radiometry, Water cycle, Atmospheric sciences and Spatial variability. His Spatial variability research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Hydrology and Precipitation. His Brightness temperature research focuses on Soil map and how it connects with National Snow and Ice Data Center.
Water content, Remote sensing, Brightness temperature, Radiometer and Meteorology are his primary areas of study. The concepts of his Water content study are interwoven with issues in Soil science, Correlation coefficient, Precipitation, Mean squared error and Data assimilation. His Remote sensing research includes themes of Image resolution, Soil water, Active passive and Calibration.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Brightness temperature, Field experiment are connected with Algorithm and other disciplines. His study in Radiometer is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Pixel, National Snow and Ice Data Center, Scatterometer, Land cover and Moderate-resolution imaging spectroradiometer. His Meteorology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Soil map, Atmospheric radiative transfer codes, Radiative transfer and Interferometry.
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The Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) Mission
Dara Entekhabi;Eni G Njoku;Peggy E O'Neill;Kent H Kellogg.
Proceedings of the IEEE (2010)
Soil moisture retrieval from AMSR-E
E.G. Njoku;T.J. Jackson;V. Lakshmi;T.K. Chan.
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (2003)
Vegetation effects on the microwave emission of soils
T.J. Jackson;T.J. Schmugge.
Remote Sensing of Environment (1991)
Vegetation water content mapping using Landsat data derived normalized difference water index for corn and soybeans
Thomas J. Jackson;Daoyi Chen;Michael Cosh;Fuqin Li.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2004)
The International Soil Moisture Network: a data hosting facility for global in situ soil moisture measurements
W. A. Dorigo;W. Wagner;R. Hohensinn;S. Hahn.
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (2011)
III. Measuring surface soil moisture using passive microwave remote sensing
Thomas J. Jackson.
Hydrological Processes (1993)
Soil moisture mapping at regional scales using microwave radiometry: the Southern Great Plains Hydrology Experiment
T.J. Jackson;D.M. Le Vine;A.Y. Hsu;A. Oldak.
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (1999)
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)
Remote sensing in hydrology
Thomas J. Schmugge;William P. Kustas;Jerry C. Ritchie;Thomas J. Jackson.
Advances in Water Resources (2002)
Survey of methods for soil moisture determination
T. J. Schmugge;T. J. Jackson;H. L. McKim.
Water Resources Research (1980)
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