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  1. Editorial 

    Spichiger, David; Luthi, Hans P.; Koch, Guido (2020)
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  2. Tracing devastating fires in Portugal to a snow archive in the Swiss Alps: a case study 

    Osmont, Dimitri; Brugger, Sandra; Gilgen, Anina; et al. (2020)
    The Cryosphere
    Recent large wildfires, such as those in Portugal in 2017, have devastating impacts on societies, economy, ecosystems and environments. However, wildfires are a natural phenomenon, which has been exacerbated by land use during the past millennia. Ice cores are one of the archives preserving information on fire occurrences over these timescales. A difficulty is that emission sensitivity of ice cores is often unknown, which constitutes a ...
    Journal Article
  3. Earth as an Exoplanet. I. Time Variable Thermal Emission Using Spatially Resolved Moderate Imaging Spectroradiometer Data 

    Mettler, Jean-Noël; Quanz, Sascha Patrick; Helled, Ravit (2020)
    The Astronomical Journal
    Among the more than 4000 exoplanets known today, some terrestrial planets have been detected in the so-called habitable zone of their host stars and their number is expected to increase in the near future, energizing a drive to understand and interpret the eagerly awaited wealth of data to identify signs of life beyond our solar system. So far, Earth remains the best and only example of a habitable (and inhabited) world. Although, it seems ...
    Journal Article
  4. NB-IoT Versus LoRaWAN: An Experimental Evaluation for Industrial Applications 

    Ballerini, Massimo; Polonelli, Tommaso; Brunelli, Davide; et al. (2020)
    IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics
    Low power and long-range communications are crucial features of the Internet of Things (IoT) paradigm that is becoming essential even for industrial applications. Today, the most promising long-range communication technologies are LoRaWAN and Narrow Band IoT (NB-IoT), which are driving a large IoT ecosystem. In this article, we evaluate the performance of LoRaWAN and NB-IoT with accurate in-field measurements using the same application ...
    Journal Article

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