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Asgarimehr_et_al-2018-Geophysical_Research_Letters.pdf.jpg6-Nov-2018Can GNSS reflectometry detect precipitation over oceans?Asgarimehr, Milad; Zavorotny, Valery; Wickert, Jens; Reich, Sebastian-
remotesensing-11-00041.pdf.jpg28-Dec-2018Estimating the Impact of Global Navigation Satellite System Horizontal Delay Gradients in Variational Data AssimilationZus, Florian; Douša, Jan; Kačmařík, Michal; Václavovic, Pavel; Dick, Galina; Wickert, Jens-
remotesensing-11-01048-v2.pdf.jpg3-May-2019Evaluating Impact of Rain Attenuation on Space-borne GNSS Reflectometry Wind SpeedsAsgarimehr, Milad; Wickert, Jens; Reich, Sebastian-
remotesensing-12-00542-v2.pdf.jpg6-Feb-2020First evidence of mesoscale ocean eddies signature in GNSS reflectometry measurementsHoseini, Mostafa; Asgarimehr, Milad; Zavorotny, Valery; Nahavandchi, Hossein; Ruf, Chris; Wickert, Jens-
sensors-17-00756-v2.pdf.jpg3-Apr-2017The Impact of Estimating High-Resolution Tropospheric Gradients on Multi-GNSS Precise PositioningZhou, Feng; Li, Xingxing; Li, Weiwei; Chen, Wen; Dong, Danan; Wickert, Jens; Schuh, Harald-
remotesensing-11-00674.pdf.jpg21-Mar-2019Improving GNSS Zenith Wet Delay Interpolation by Utilizing Tropospheric Gradients: Experiments with a Dense Station Network in Central Europe in the Warm SeasonZus, Florian; Douša, Jan; Kačmařík, Michal; Václavovic, Pavel; Balidakis, Kyriakos; Dick, Galina; Wickert, Jens-
Wang_et_al-2019-Geophysical_Research_Letters.pdf.jpg15-May-2019Retrieving Precipitable Water Vapor From Shipborne Multi‐GNSS ObservationsWang, Jungang; Wu, Zhilu; Semmling, Maximilian; Zus, Florian; Gerland, Sebastian; Ramatschi, Markus; Ge, Maorong; Wickert, Jens; Schuh, Harald-
sensors-17-01614.pdf.jpg12-Jul-2017Sea Ice Detection Based on Differential Delay-Doppler Maps from UK TechDemoSat-1Zhu, Yongchao; Yu, Kegen; Zou, Jingui; Wickert, Jens-
atmosphere-10-00379-v3.pdf.jpg8-Jul-2019Using Convective Available Potential Energy (CAPE) and Dew-Point Temperature to Characterize Rainfall-Extreme Events in the South-Central AndesRamezani Ziarani, Maryam; Bookhagen, Bodo; Schmidt, Torsten; Wickert, Jens; de la Torre, Alejandro; Hierro, Rodrigo-