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October 25, 2020

The paper is based on measurements we took at Harvard Forest as part of SMAP's SMAPVEX19 campaign and compares tower-based L-band VOD with leaf and stem water potentials and dielectric constants. You can find it here. 

October 25, 2020

Natan and Alex contributed to this paper as part of the SMAPVEX19 validation campaign. The paper is available here

July 20, 2020

I am currently looking for a new postdoctoral fellow! If you think our group and your background would be a good fit, please email Alex at with a CV and a description of your research interests. Multiple research topics are available. The postdoc will work to either: a) test newly derived datasets of canopy water content based on microwave radiometry and apply these to a variety of ecological questions or b) use a global carbon cycle data assimilation system constrained by remote sensing (CARDAMOM) to understand the spatial variability of carbon cycle parameters and their implication for global scale modelling. I am, of course, also open to discussing your research ideas. Applicants should have strong, demonstrated quantitative, computational, and communication skills. Experience working with ecological modeling, remote sensing data analysis, and/or microwave remote sensing is preferred. If that sounds like you, please reach out! Applications will be reviewed starting August 17th, until filled. Candidates from underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply