The goal of this webapp is to give you a feel for the reflection characteristics of a particular site, so you can decide whether to invest more time in installing the real reflectometry code which is on my gitHub account. There is more information about the web app and how you should interpret the results at this link. There are also sample inputs/outputs at the bottom of this page.
|Cryosphere||Snow & Soil Moisture||Water Levels|
|lorg,phnx,wlly: Antarctica. Use default settings. Has L2C. example||p038, my favorite bare soil site. Use defaults. example||at01, the BEST water site. Use RH of 5 to 20 m and elevation angles of 5-15. It has L2C. example during winter, example during summer.|
|smm3, Summit Camp Greenland. Use RH of 8 to 20 m, elevation angles of 5-15. Has L2C. example||p360, the poster child for snow. Use defaults. example||sc02, not a great site, but it's the one everyone uses. Use RH of 2 to 9 m and elevation angles of 5-13. No L2C in the default UNAVCO RINEX files. example|
|gls1, gls2, gls3: the GLISN sites in Greenland. Use defaults. example||p041, where it all started. Use defaults. example||mchn, Lake Superior. Use defaults, though not doy 100. example|
Thank you to raxod502, Evan Crouch, realpython.com, Julian Nash, Bucky Roberts, Joakim Strandberg, Felipe Nievinski, Simon Williams, University of Nevada Reno, UNAVCO, CDDIS, SONEL, SOPAC.