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Weissman, D. E., H. Winterbottom, and M. A. Bourassa Studies of the influence of rainfall upon scatterometer estimates for sea surface stress: applications to boundary layer parameterization and drag coefficient models within tropical cyclone environments 2010 2010 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium 4154-4157 details   doi
Weissman, D. E., H. Winterbottom, and M. A. Bourassa The influence of rainfall upon scatterometer estimates for sea surface stress: applications to boundary layer parameterization and drag coefficient models within tropical cyclone environments 2010 OCEANS 2010, MTS/IEEE 1-7 details   doi
Weissman, D. E.; Apgar, G.; Tongue, J. S.; Bourassa, M. A. Corrections to the SeaWinds scatterometer wind vectors by removing rain effects 2005 Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 86 621-622 details   openurl
Weissman, D. E.; Bourassa, M. A. The combined effect of surface rain and wind on scatterometer observations of surface roughness 2009 2009 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, IEEE, Cape Town, South Africa I-108 - I-111 details   doi
Weissman, D. E.; Bourassa, M. A. Measurements of the Effect of Rain-induced Sea Surface Roughness on the Satellite Scatterometer Radar Cross Section 2008 XXIX General Assembly of the International Union of Radio Science, Union of Radio Science International 4 details   openurl
Weissman, D. E.; Bourassa, M. A.; Tongue, J. Relationship between QuikSCAT wind speed errors and rain rate using simultaneous, collocated NEXRAD data 1999 Arcadia, CA, USA details   openurl
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