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COSMIC Data Analysis and Archive Center (CDAAC) activities, ionospheric research [presentation]
Partnering with Cuba: Weather extremes
Use of GPS receivers as a soil moisture network for water cycle studies
Inversion and error estimation of GPS radio occultation data
Early results of ionospheric measurements from the FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC mission [presentation]
An evaluation of slant water vapor using a high resolution numerical weather model [poster]
Assimilation of CHAMP and SAC-C radio occultation data using MM5 4D-Var [presentation]
Ionospheric observations from the FORMOSAT-3/COSMIC GPS occultation experiment: Preliminary results [presentation]
Applications of COSMIC radio occultation data from the troposphere to ionosphere and potential impacts of COSMIC-2 data
Synoptic Tropo-ionospheric Occulations via NEtworked Sensors (STONES) [presentation]
Reproducibility of GPS radio occultation data for climate monitoring: Profile-to-profile inter-comparison of CHAMP climate records 2002 to 2008 from six data centers
The ROCSAT-3/COSMIC mission and applications of GPS radio occultation data to weather and climate
Tropospheric dry layers in the Tropical West Pacific: Comparisons of GPS radio occultation with multiple data sets [poster]
COSMIC Data Analysis and Archive Center (CDAAC): Current status and future plans [presentation]
The design and application of network of ground-based GPS water vapor monitoring stations to improve precipitation prediction in the Greater Beijing metropolitan area
FORMOSAT-7/COSMIC-2 US Data Processing Center
Using GPS multipath to measure soil moisture fluctuations: Initial results
ROTI Maps:  A new IGS ionospheric product characterizing the ionospheric irregularities occurrence
Global variation of COSMIC precipitable water over land: Comparisons with ground-based GPS measurements and NCEP reanalyses
Follow-on radio occultation constellations for meteorology, ionosphere and climate: Overview of currently planned missions, data quality and coverage, and potential science applications [presentation]

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