Anthony B. Davis
Anthony B. Davis
Research Scientist, Jet Propulsion Laboratory
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Hyperspectral remote sensing of foliar nitrogen content
Y Knyazikhin, MA Schull, P Stenberg, M Mõttus, M Rautiainen, Y Yang, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (3), E185-E192, 2013
Multifractal characterizations of nonstationarity and intermittency in geophysical fields: Observed, retrieved, or simulated
A Davis, A Marshak, W Wiscombe, R Cahalan
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 99 (D4), 8055-8072, 1994
3D radiative transfer in cloudy atmospheres
A Marshak, A Davis
Springer Science & Business Media, 2005
Radiative smoothing in fractal clouds
A Marshak, A Davis, W Wiscombe, R Cahalan
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 100 (D12), 26247-26261, 1995
The Landsat scale break in stratocumulus as a three-dimensional radiative transfer effect: Implications for cloud remote sensing
A Davis, A Marshak, R Cahalan, W Wiscombe
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 54 (2), 241-260, 1997
Scale invariance of liquid water distributions in marine stratocumulus. Part I: Spectral properties and stationarity issues
A Davis, A Marshak, W Wiscombe, R Cahalan
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 53 (11), 1538-1558, 1996
Bounded cascade models as nonstationary multifractals
A Marshak, A Davis, R Cahalan, W Wiscombe
Physical Review E 49 (1), 55, 1994
The I3RC: Bringing together the most advanced radiative transfer tools for cloudy atmospheres
RF Cahalan, L Oreopoulos, A Marshak, KF Evans, AB Davis, R Pincus, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 86 (9), 1275-1294, 2005
Episodes of particle ejection from the surface of the active asteroid (101955) Bennu
DS Lauretta, CW Hergenrother, SR Chesley, JM Leonard, JY Pelgrift, ...
Science 366 (6470), eaay3544, 2019
Scale invariance in liquid water distributions in marine stratocumulus. Part II: Multifractal properties and intermittency issues
A Marshak, A Davis, W Wiscombe, R Cahalan
Journal of the atmospheric sciences 54 (11), 1423-1444, 1997
Photon propagation in heterogeneous optical media with spatial correlations: enhanced mean-free-paths and wider-than-exponential free-path distributions
AB Davis, A Marshak
Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer 84 (1), 3-34, 2004
Cloud‐vegetation interaction: Use of normalized difference cloud index for estimation of cloud optical thickness
A Marshak, Y Knyazikhin, AB Davis, WJ Wiscombe, P Pilewskie
Geophysical Research Letters 27 (12), 1695-1698, 2000
Canopy structure parameters derived from multi-angular remote sensing data for terrestrial carbon studies
JL WIDLOWSKI, B PINTY, N GOBRON, MM Verstraete, DJ Diner, ...
Climatic Change 67, 403-415, 2004
Horizontal structure of marine boundary layer clouds from centimeter to kilometer scales
AB Davis, A Marshak, H Gerber, WJ Wiscombe
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 104 (D6), 6123-6144, 1999
Atmospheric correction of satellite ocean-color imagery during the PACE era
RJ Frouin, BA Franz, A Ibrahim, K Knobelspiesse, Z Ahmad, B Cairns, ...
Frontiers in earth science 7, 145, 2019
Algorithm for model validation: Theory and applications
D Sornette, AB Davis, K Ide, KR Vixie, V Pisarenko, JR Kamm
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (16), 6562-6567, 2007
The verisimilitude of the independent pixel approximation used in cloud remote sensing
A Marshak, A Davis, W Wiscombe, G Titov
Remote sensing of environment 52 (1), 71-78, 1995
Wavelet based multifractal analysis of rough surfaces: Application to cloud models and satellite data
J Arrault, A Arneodo, A Davis, A Marshak
Physical Review Letters 79 (1), 75, 1997
Going beyond standard ocean color observations: lidar and polarimetry
C Jamet, A Ibrahim, Z Ahmad, F Angelini, M Babin, MJ Behrenfeld, E Boss, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 251, 2019
Solar radiation transport in the cloudy atmosphere: a 3D perspective on observations and climate impacts
AB Davis, A Marshak
Reports on Progress in Physics 73 (2), 026801, 2010
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