Levy, J., A. Nolin, A. Fountain, and J. Head, Hyperspectral measurements of wet, dry and saline soils from the McMurdo Dry Valleys: soil moisture properties from remote sensing, Antarctic Science, doi:10.1017/S0954102013000977, 2014.
Gleason, K. E., A. W. Nolin, and T. R. Roth. Charred forests increase snowmelt: Effects of burned woody debris and incoming solar radiation on snow ablation, Geophysical Research Letters, 40, 1-8, doi:10.1002/grl.50896, 2013.
Sproles, E., A. W. Nolin, K. Rittger, and T. Painter, Climate change impacts on maritime mountain snowpack in the Oregon Cascades, Hydrology and Earth System Science, 17, 2581-2597, 2013.
Jaeger, W.K., A.J. Plantinga, H. Chang, G. Grant, D. Hulse, J. McDonnell, H. Moradkhani A.T. Morzillo, P. Mote, A. Nolin, M. Santelmann, J. Wu. Toward a formal definition of water scarcity in natural-human systems, Water Resources Research, DOI:10.1002/wrcr.20249, 2013.
Burns, P. and A. W. Nolin, Using atmospherically corrected Landsat imagery to measure glacier area change in the Cordillera Blanca, Peru from 1987 to 2010. Remote Sensing of Environment, 140, 165-178, 2013.
Nolin, A. W., E. Sproles, and A. Brown, Climate Change Impacts on Snow and Water Resources in the Columbia, Willamette, and McKenzie River Basins, USA: A Nested Watershed Study. In: Transboundary Governance in the Face of Uncertainty: The Columbia River Treaty, B. Cosens (Ed.), Oregon State University Press, 2012.
Lancaster, S. T., A. W. Nolin, E. A. Copeland and G. E. Grant. Periglacial debris flow hazard determined from satellite imagery, airborne LiDAR and ground-based mapping, Geosphere,8, 417-430, doi: 10.1130/GES00713.1, 2012.
Nolin, A. W. Perspectives on climate change, mountain hydrology and water resources in the Oregon Cascades, USA, Mountain Research and Development, 32(S1), 35-46,2012.
Chopping, M. J., C. B. Schaaf, F. Zhao, Z. Wang, A. W. Nolin, G. Moisen, J. V. Martonchik, M. Bull, Forest structure and aboveground biomass in the southwestern United States from MODIS and MISR, Remote Sensing of Environment, doi:10.1016/j.rse.2010.08.031,2011.
Nolin, A. W., Review of "Principles of Snow Hydrology" by Davide DeWalle and Albert Rango, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Association, 91(9), 1267-1269, 2010.
Nolin, A. W., J. Phillippe, S. L. Lewis, and A. Jefferson, Present-day and Future Contributions of Glacier Runoff to Summertime Flows in a Pacific Northwest Watershed: Implications for Water Resources, Water Resources Research, 46, W12509, doi:10.1029/2009WR008968, 2010.
Chopping, M. J., A. W. Nolin, G. G. Moisen, J. V. Martonchik, and M. Bull, Forest Canopy Height from the Multiangle Imaging SpectroRadiometer (MISR) Assessed with High Resolution Discrete Return Lidar, Remote Sensing of Environment, 113, 2172-2185, 2009.
Barry, R. G., R. Armstrong, J. Cherry, S. Gearhead, A. Nolin, D. Russell, and Christoph Zockler, Chapter 4: Snow in Global Outlook for Ice & Snow, United Nations Environment Programme, UNEP Job No. DEQ/0924/NA, UNEP/GRID, Arendal, Norway, 2007.
Nolin, A. W. and M. Payne, Classification of glacier zones in western Greenland using albedo and surface roughness from the Multi-angle Imaging SpectroRadiometer (MISR), Remote Sensing of Environment, 107, 264-275, 2007.
Schmalenberg, J., A. Nolin and J. McDonnell, Wildfire effects on snow accumulation and ablation in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon, Proc. Western Snow Conference, 2006.
Diner, D. J., B. H. Braswell, R. Davies, N. Gobron, J. Hu, Y. Jin, R. A. Kahn, Y. Knyazikhin, N. Loeb, J-P.Muller, A. W. Nolin, B. Pinty, C. B. Schaaf, G. Seiz, and J. Stroeve, The value of multiangle measurements for retrieving structurally and radiatively consistent properties of clouds, aerosols, and surfaces, Remote Sens. Environ., 97, 495-518, 2005.
Stroeve, J., Box, J., Gao, F., Liang, S., Nolin, A., Schaaf C., Accuracy assessment of the MODIS 16-day albedo product for snow: Comparisons with Greenland in situ measurements. Remote Sensing of the Environment, 94, 46-60, 2005.
Nolin, A. W. and A. Frei, Remote Sensing of Snow and Snow Albedo Characterization for Climate Simulations, In: Beniston, M. and M. M. Verstraete (Eds.), Remote Sensing and Climate Simulations: Synergies and Limitations, Advances in Global Change Research, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht and Boston, pp. 159-180, 2001.
Barrett, A., G. Leavesley, R. L. Viger, A. W. Nolin, and M. P. Clark, A comparison of satellite- and model-derived snow covered area of a mountain watershed, In M. Owe, K. Brubaker, J. Ritchie and A. Rango (Eds.), Remote Sensing and Hydrology 2000, IAHS Publ. no. 267, 87-92, 2001.
Marshall, S., R. J Oglesby and A. W. Nolin, Effect of western U.S. snow cover on climate, Annals of Glaciology, 32, 82-86, 2001.
Nolin, A. W. and S. Liang, Progress in bidirectional reflectance modeling and applications for surface particulate media: Snow and soils, Remote Sensing Reviews, 18, 307-342, S. Liang and A.H. Strahler (Eds.) Land Surface Bidirectional Reflectance Distribution Function (BRDF): Recent Advances and Future Prospects, 2000.
Diner, D. J., G. P. Asner, R. Davies, J-P. Muller, A. W. Nolin, B. Pinty, C. B. Schaaf, and J. Stroeve, New directions in Earth observing: Scientific applications of multi-angle remote sensing, Bull. Am. Meteorol. Soc., 80, 2209-2228, 1999.
Nolin, A. W. and J. Stroeve, The changing albedo of the Greenland ice sheet: Implications for climate modeling, Annals of Glaciology, 25, 51-57, 1997.
Stroeve, J., A. Nolin, and K. Steffen, Comparison of AVHRR-derived and in situ surface albedo over the Greenland Ice Sheet, Remote Sensing of Environment, 62, 262-276, 1997.
Nolin, A. W. and J. Dozier, Estimating snow grain size using AVIRIS data, Remote Sens. Environ., 44, 231-238, 1993.
Nolin, A. W., J. Dozier, and L. A. K. Mertes, Mapping alpine snow using a spectral mixture modeling technique, Annals of Glaciology, 17, 121-124, 1993.
Davis, R. E., A. W. Nolin, R. Jordan, and J. Dozier, Forecasting temporal changes of the spectral signature of snow in visible and near-infrared wavelengths, Annals of Glaciology, 17, 143-148, 1993.
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