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Marco L. Carrera, Stéphane Bélair, and Bernard Bilodeau

snow depth observations are also used in CaLDAS for the analysis of snow depth. For the specification of soil moisture, there are a number of remote sensing missions dedicated to collecting near-real-time data that have been discussed in the introduction. ISBA has been coupled to a surface microwave radiative transfer model for the assimilation of passive L-band TBs within CaLDAS. This study will present the results from data assimilation experiments in which synthetically derived L-band TBs are

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Sujay V. Kumar, Kenneth W. Harrison, Christa D. Peters-Lidard, Joseph A. Santanello Jr., and Dalia Kirschbaum

focused primarily on quantifying the improvements to state variables such as root-zone soil moisture that are directly connected to surface soil moisture measurements. Few studies have focused on quantifying the downstream improvements in fluxes, runoff, or streamflow, or on coupled hydrometeorological prediction from soil moisture measurements, and fewer still have attempted to fully quantify economic benefit ( Arnold and Dey 1986 ; Fritz et al. 2008 ). Nevertheless, as the justification of missions

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