Tamlin Pavelsky
Tamlin Pavelsky
Professor of Geological Sciences, University of North Carolina
Verified email at unc.edu
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The SWOT mission and its capabilities for land hydrology
S Biancamaria, DP Lettenmaier, TM Pavelsky
Surveys in Geophysics 37 (2), 307-337, 2016
2512016
Global extent of rivers and streams
GH Allen, TM Pavelsky
Science 361 (6402), 585-588, 2018
1942018
Rising minimum daily flows in northern Eurasian rivers: A growing influence of groundwater in the high‐latitude hydrologic cycle
LC Smith, TM Pavelsky, GM MacDonald, AI Shiklomanov, RB Lammers
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 112 (G4), 2007
1902007
Estimation of river discharge, propagation speed, and hydraulic geometry from space: Lena River, Siberia
LC Smith, TM Pavelsky
Water Resources Research 44 (3), 2008
1882008
RivWidth: A software tool for the calculation of river widths from remotely sensed imagery
TM Pavelsky, LC Smith
IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters 5 (1), 70-73, 2008
1622008
Development of the global width database for large rivers
D Yamazaki, F O'Loughlin, MA Trigg, ZF Miller, TM Pavelsky, PD Bates
Water Resources Research 50 (4), 3467-3480, 2014
1592014
A simple global river bankfull width and depth database
KM Andreadis, GJP Schumann, T Pavelsky
Water Resources Research 49 (10), 7164-7168, 2013
1282013
Assessing the potential global extent of SWOT river discharge observations
TM Pavelsky, MT Durand, KM Andreadis, RE Beighley, RCD Paiva, ...
Journal of Hydrology 519, 1516-1525, 2014
1232014
Temporal and spatial variations in maximum river discharge from a new Russian data set
AI Shiklomanov, RB Lammers, MA Rawlins, LC Smith, TM Pavelsky
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 112 (G4), 2007
1142007
Remote sensing of suspended sediment concentration, flow velocity, and lake recharge in the Peace‐Athabasca Delta, Canada
TM Pavelsky, LC Smith
Water Resources Research 45 (11), 2009
1132009
An intercomparison of remote sensing river discharge estimation algorithms from measurements of river height, width, and slope
M Durand, CJ Gleason, PA Garambois, D Bjerklie, LC Smith, H Roux, ...
Water Resources Research 52 (6), 4527-4549, 2016
1082016
Remote sensing of suspended sediment concentration and hydrologic connectivity in a complex wetland environment
CM Long, TM Pavelsky
Remote Sensing of Environment 129, 197-209, 2013
1042013
Patterns of river width and surface area revealed by the satellite‐derived North American river width data set
GH Allen, TM Pavelsky
Geophysical Research Letters 42 (2), 395-402, 2015
1032015
Spatial and temporal patterns in Arctic river ice breakup observed with MODIS and AVHRR time series
TM Pavelsky, LC Smith
Remote Sensing of Environment 93 (3), 328-338, 2004
892004
Remote sensing of volumetric storage changes in lakes
LC Smith, TM Pavelsky
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 34 (10), 1353-1358, 2009
752009
MERIT Hydro: a high‐resolution global hydrography map based on latest topography dataset
D Yamazaki, D Ikeshima, J Sosa, PD Bates, GH Allen, TM Pavelsky
Water Resources Research 55 (6), 5053-5073, 2019
732019
Atmospheric inversion strength over polar oceans in winter regulated by sea ice
TM Pavelsky, J Bo, A Hall, EJ Fetzer
Climate Dynamics 36 (5-6), 945-955, 2011
682011
Lithologic and tectonic controls on bedrock channel form at the northwest Himalayan front
GH Allen, JB Barnes, TM Pavelsky, E Kirby
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 118 (3), 1806-1825, 2013
672013
Intercomparison of four global precipitation data sets and their correlation with increased Eurasian river discharge to the Arctic Ocean
TM Pavelsky, LC Smith
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 111 (D21), 2006
622006
Using width‐based rating curves from spatially discontinuous satellite imagery to monitor river discharge
TM Pavelsky
Hydrological Processes 28 (6), 3035-3040, 2014
492014
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