Why is the satellite observed aerosol's indirect effect so variable? Geophysical Research Letters. 32(15). 2005.
Approximation of Single Scattering Properties of Ice and Snow Particles for High Microwave Frequencies. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences. 61(20):2441-2456.. 2004.
Detecting drizzle in marine warm clouds using combined visible, infrared, and microwave satellite data. Journal of Geophysical Research. 109(D7). 2004.
Diurnal Variations of Snow Precipitation in Wakasa Bay during Winter. Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan. 82(4):1117-1128.. 2004.
Subpixel-scale variability of rainfall and its application to mitigate the beam-filling problem. Journal of Geophysical Research. 109(D18). 2004.
Observation and Interpretation of Microwave Cloud Signatures over the Arctic Ocean during Winter. Journal of Applied Meteorology. 42(1):51-64.. 2003.
Retrieval of cloud droplet size from visible and microwave radiometric measurements during INDOEX: Implication to aerosols' indirect radiative effect. Journal of Geophysical Research. 108(D1). 2003.
The Characteristics of Tropical Precipitation Profiles As Inferred From Satellite Radar Measurements.. Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan. 79(1):131-143.. 2001.
Retrieval and characterization of cloud liquid water path using airborne passive microwave data during INDOEX. Journal of Geophysical Research. 106(D22):28719-28730.. 2001.
Determination of Ice Water Path and Mass Median Particle Size Using Multichannel Microwave Measurements. Journal of Applied Meteorology. 39(8):1318-1329.. 2000.