Hongjie Xie
Hongjie Xie
Professor, Earth and Planetary Sciences, University of Texas at San Antonio
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Monitoring lake level changes on the Tibetan Plateau using ICESat altimetry data (2003–2009)
G Zhang, H Xie, S Kang, D Yi, SF Ackley
Remote Sensing of Environment 115 (7), 1733-1742, 2011
Lake volume and groundwater storage variations in Tibetan Plateau's endorheic basin
G Zhang, T Yao, CK Shum, S Yi, K Yang, H Xie, W Feng, T Bolch, L Wang, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 44 (11), 5550-5560, 2017
An inventory of glacial lakes in the Third Pole region and their changes in response to global warming
G Zhang, T Yao, H Xie, W Wang, W Yang
Global and Planetary Change 131, 148-157, 2015
Response of Tibetan Plateau lakes to climate change: Trends, patterns, and mechanisms
G Zhang, T Yao, H Xie, K Yang, L Zhu, CK Shum, T Bolch, S Yi, S Allen, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 208, 103269, 2020
Increased mass over the Tibetan Plateau: From lakes or glaciers?
G Zhang, T Yao, H Xie, S Kang, Y Lei
Geophysical Research Letters 40 (10), 2125-2130, 2013
Different responses of MODIS-derived NDVI to root-zone soil moisture in semi-arid and humid regions
X Wang, H Xie, H Guan, X Zhou
Journal of hydrology 340 (1-2), 12-24, 2007
Lakes’ state and abundance across the Tibetan Plateau
G Zhang, T Yao, H Xie, K Zhang, F Zhu
Chinese Science Bulletin 59, 3010-3021, 2014
Extensive and drastically different alpine lake changes on Asia's high plateaus during the past four decades
G Zhang, T Yao, S Piao, T Bolch, H Xie, D Chen, Y Gao, CM O'Reilly, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 44 (1), 252-260, 2017
Evaluation of MODIS snow cover and cloud mask and its application in Northern Xinjiang, China
X Wang, H Xie, T Liang
Remote Sensing of Environment 112 (4), 1497-1513, 2008
Modeling grassland above-ground biomass based on artificial neural network and remote sensing in the Three-River Headwaters Region
S Yang, Q Feng, T Liang, B Liu, W Zhang, H Xie
Remote Sensing of Environment 204, 448-455, 2018
Estimating surface temperature changes of lakes in the Tibetan Plateau using MODIS LST data
G Zhang, T Yao, H Xie, J Qin, Q Ye, Y Dai, R Guo
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 119 (14), 8552-8567, 2014
Toward advanced daily cloud-free snow cover and snow water equivalent products from Terra–Aqua MODIS and Aqua AMSR-E measurements
Y Gao, H Xie, N Lu, T Yao, T Liang
Journal of hydrology 385 (1-4), 23-35, 2010
Statistical evaluation of remotely sensed snow-cover products with constraints from streamflow and SNOTEL measurements
X Zhou, H Xie, JMH Hendrickx
Remote Sensing of Environment 94 (2), 214-231, 2005
New methods for studying the spatiotemporal variation of snow cover based on combination products of MODIS Terra and Aqua
X Wang, H Xie
Journal of hydrology 371 (1-4), 192-200, 2009
Toward improved daily snow cover mapping with advanced combination of MODIS and AMSR-E measurements
T Liang, X Zhang, H Xie, C Wu, Q Feng, X Huang, Q Chen
Remote Sensing of Environment 112 (10), 3750-3761, 2008
Comparison and validation of MODIS standard and new combination of Terra and Aqua snow cover products in northern Xinjiang, China
X Wang, H Xie, T Liang, X Huang
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 23 (3), 419-429, 2009
Estimating root zone soil moisture at distant sites using MODIS NDVI and EVI in a semi-arid region of southwestern USA
MT Schnur, H Xie, X Wang
Ecological Informatics 5 (5), 400-409, 2010
Tibetan Plateau's lake level and volume changes from NASA's ICESat/ICESat‐2 and Landsat Missions
G Zhang, W Chen, H Xie
Geophysical Research Letters 46 (22), 13107-13118, 2019
Integrated assessment on multi-temporal and multi-sensor combinations for reducing cloud obscuration of MODIS snow cover products of the Pacific Northwest USA
Y Gao, H Xie, T Yao, C Xue
Remote Sensing of Environment 114 (8), 1662-1675, 2010
Water level variation of Lake Qinghai from satellite and in situ measurements under climate change
G Zhang, H Xie, S Duan, M Tian, D Yi
Journal of Applied Remote Sensing 5 (1), 053532-053532-15, 2011
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