The validation of satellite precipitation estimates with ground observations plays a vital role in the search for sources of errors. Additionally, satellite estimates and their performance change with precipitation types, intensities, and geographical conditions. An international team of scientists led by Rajani Kumar Pradhan of the Czech University of Life Sciences recently published an article … Continue reading Integrated Multi-Satellite Retrievals for Global Precipitation Measurement
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres | Markonis et al. 
During the last decade substantial improvements have been accomplished in many remote sensing systems. However, the uncertainty in precipitation estimation still persists, since it manifests (a) as measurement error, (b) in the space/time interpolation of a naturally discontinuous and erratic field and (c) in the assumptions made to transform the satellite measurements into a precipitation … Continue reading Cross-scale evaluation of ground precipitation derived from the ACM-CAP data product over Europe (EarthCARE mission)
PNAS | Burls & Fedorov 
Theoretical & Applied Climatology | Markonis et al. 
Nature Climate Change | Markonis & Koutsoyiannis 
Journal of Hydrology | Iliopoulou et al.