Dongyue Li
Dongyue Li
Postdoctoral Scholar, Department of Geography, UCLA
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How much runoff originates as snow in the western United States, and how will that change in the future?
D Li, ML Wrzesien, M Durand, J Adam, DP Lettenmaier
Geophysical Research Letters 44 (12), 6163-6172, 2017
Characterizing the extreme 2015 snowpack deficit in the Sierra Nevada (USA) and the implications for drought recovery
SA Margulis, G CortÚs, M Girotto, LS Huning, D Li, M Durand
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (12), 6341-6349, 2016
Potential for hydrologic characterization of deep mountain snowpack via passive microwave remote sensing in the Kern River basin, Sierra Nevada, USA
D Li, M Durand, SA Margulis
Remote sensing of environment 125, 34-48, 2012
Estimating snow water equivalent in a Sierra Nevada watershed via spaceborne radiance data assimilation
D Li, M Durand, SA Margulis
Water Resources Research 53 (1), 647-671, 2017
The role of rain‐on‐snow in flooding over the conterminous United States
D Li, DP Lettenmaier, SA Margulis, K Andreadis
Water Resources Research 55 (11), 8492-8513, 2019
The utility of infrequent snow depth images for deriving continuous space‐time estimates of seasonal snow water equivalent
SA Margulis, Y Fang, D Li, DP Lettenmaier, K Andreadis
Geophysical Research Letters 46 (10), 5331-5340, 2019
Estimating alpine snow depth by combining multifrequency passive radiance observations with ensemble snowpack modeling
RS Kim, M Durand, D Li, E Baldo, SA Margulis, M Dumont, S Morin
Remote Sensing of Environment 226, 1-15, 2019
Examination of the impacts of vegetation on the correlation between snow water equivalent and passive microwave brightness temperature
S Cai, D Li, M Durand, SA Margulis
Remote Sensing of Environment 193, 244-256, 2017
The value of accurate high-resolution and spatially continuous snow information to streamflow forecasts
D Li, DP Lettenmaier, SA Margulis, K Andreadis
Journal of Hydrometeorology 20 (4), 731-749, 2019
A curve‐fitting method for estimating bathymetry from water surface height and width
JR Schaperow, D Li, SA Margulis, DP Lettenmaier
Water Resources Research 55 (5), 4288-4303, 2019
Quantifying spatiotemporal variability of controls on microwave emission from snow-covered mountainous regions
D Li, M Durand, SA Margulis
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remoteá…, 2015
Large-scale high-resolution modeling of microwave radiance of a deep maritime alpine snowpack
D Li, M Durand, SA Margulis
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 53 (5), 2308-2322, 2014
A Data Assimilation Framework for Generating Space‐Time Continuous Daily SWOT River Discharge Data Products
D Li, KM Andreadis, SA Margulis, DP Lettenmaier
Water Resources Research 56 (6), e2019WR026999, 2020
Signal Processing Letters, IEEE
D Li, M Durand, SA Margulis
ieee, 2015
Signal Processing Letters, IEEE
A Tani, MB Camara, B Dakyo
ieee, 2015
Drought Variability over the Conterminous United States for the past century
L Su, Q Cao, M Xiao, DM Mocko, M Barlage, D Li, CD Peters-Lidard, ...
Journal of Hydrometeorology 22 (5), 1153-1168, 2021
Potential of balloon photogrammetry for spatially continuous snow depth measurements
D Li, O Wigmore, MT Durand, B Vander-Jagt, SA Margulis, NP Molotch, ...
IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters 17 (10), 1667-1671, 2019
A prototype data assimilation framework for generating spatiotemporally continuous SWOT data products
SA Margulis, K Andreadis, D Li, DP Lettenmaier
2017 AGU Fall Meeting, 2017
How much of the streamflow in the US originates as snow?
D Li, M Wrzesien, MT Durand, JC Adam, DP Lettenmaier
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2015, C33B-0816, 2015
Interpreting the remotely sensed microwave radiance from snow covered mountains via a high-resolution modeling framework
D Li, M Durand, SA Margulis
Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS), 2014 IEEE Internationalá…, 2014
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