This session will focus on recent and upcoming advances in satellite remote sensing of the global cryosphere. We welcome presentations providing new insights into cryospheric processes in the broadest sense, ranging from ice sheets, glaciers, snow cover and snow properties, frozen soil and sea ice to extraterrestrial glaciology. While the advent of remote sensing has revolutionized the field of glaciology, a vast reservoir of potential remains to be unlocked by using these observations in concert with other data sets. We particularly encourage presentations discussing multi-platform data merging, integration of GIS and ground validation data, integration of remote sensing data into earth system models, as well as cloud computing and processing of super large data sets. We also encourage contributions focusing on historic satellite data re-analysis, novel processing approaches for upcoming satellite missions, and presentations outlining pathways to next-generation satellite missions for the coming decades.
We are committed to a well-balanced session.

Convener: Sophie Berger | Co-conveners: Stef Lhermitte, Wolfgang Rack, Bert Wouters, Rachel Tilling, Masahiro Hori, Knut Stamnes
| Thu, 11 Apr, 10:45–12:30, 14:00–18:00
Room N2
| Attendance Wed, 10 Apr, 16:15–18:00
Hall X4

Attendance time: Wednesday, 10 April 2019, 16:15–18:00 | Hall X4

Chairperson: Sophie Berger
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Marco Meloni, Jerome Bouffard, and Tommaso Parrinello
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Jade Bowling, Amber Leeson, Malcolm McMillan, Stephen Livingstone, and Andrew Sole
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Jennifer Maddalena, Geoffrey Dawson, Stephen Chuter, and Jonathan Bamber
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Stephen Chuter, Jonathan Rougier, Andrew Zammit-Mangion, and Jonathan Bamber
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Eike Reinosch, Markus Gerke, Björn Riedel, and Johannes Buckel
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Niklas Neckel, Philipp Hochreuther, Ole Zeising, Angelika Humbert, and Veit Helm
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Jan Wuite, Thomas Nagler, Markus Hetzenecker, Stefan Scheiblauer, and Helmut Rott
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Mariel Dirscherl, Andreas Dietz, and Claudia Künzer
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Liss M. Andreassen, Kjetil Melvold, Karsten Müller, Teodor Nagy, Nils Kristian Orthe, and Solveig H. Winsvold
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Weiran Li, Stef Lhermitte, and Paco Lopez Dekker
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Michel Gay and Maëlle Le Clainche
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Peter Friedl, Matthias Braun, Thorsten Seehaus, Stefan Lippl, and Philipp Malz
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Ya-Lun Tsai, Andreas Dietz, Claudia Künzer, and Natascha Oppelt
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Fabian Fleischer, Jan-Christoph Otto, and Daniel Hölbling
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X4.18 |
Jan-Peter Muller, Jennifer Sutherland, and Yu Tao
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X4.19 |
Exploiting NOAA-20 and S-NPP VIIRS sensor for Sea Ice Mapping in Antarctica
Mijael Rodrigo Vargas Godoy, Marouane Temimi, Petra Heil, Rob Massom, Alex Fraser, Beatrix Schmuelling, Alexander Ritschel, and Fatima Al Suwaidi
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Quantification of roughness effects on simulated radiances from the metre-scale to the topographic scale using a new 3-D photon tracing model
Fanny Larue, Ghislain Picard, Laurent Arnaud, Maxim Lamare, Jesus Revuelto, François Tuzet, and Marie Dumont
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Munkhdavaa Munkhjargal, Simon Groos, Caleb Pan, Gansukh Yadamsuren, Jambaljav Yamkin, and Lucas Menzel
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Alexander Kokhanovsky, Olaf Danne, Carsten Brockmann, Maxim Lamare, Ghislain Picard, Laurent Arnaud, Marie Dumont, Michael Kern, and Jason Box
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Wei Li, Nan Chen, Charles Gatebe, Tomonori Tanikawa, Masahiro Hori, Teruo Aoki, Rigen Shimada, and Knut Stamnes
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Masahiro Hori, Teruo Aoki, Tomonori Tanikawa, Masashi Niwano, and Rigen Shimada
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Rigen Shimada, Masahiro Hori, Teruo Aoki, Tomonori Tanikawa, Sumito Matoba, Masashi Niwano, Knut Stamnes, Wei Li, and Nan Chen
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Validation of the snow-kernel BRDF model using multiangle measurements of contaminated snow
Ziti Jiao, Jing Guo, Alexander Kokhanovsky, and Jouni Peltoniemi
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