My field of work is oriented towards the study and monitoring of our environment, including the use of remote sensing tools. In addition, I am interested in global climate change and indirectly in the physical phenomena that occur in the atmosphere. I am also developing methods for estimating, by remote sensing, the water equivalent of snow in a hydroelectric production context.
Satellite monitoring and estimation of snow cover, snow water supply and ground temperatures Thermal and microwave infrared data fusion Development of methods for monitoring the northern environment in the context of climate change Forest fire detection Atmospheric aerosol study and air quality monitoring by remote sensing
Meloche, J., Royer, A., Langlois, A., Rutter, N., & Sasseville, V. (2020). Improvement of microwave emissivity parameterization of frozen Arctic soils using roughness measurements derived from photogrammetry. International Journal of Digital Earth, 1-17.
Mavrovic, A., Pardo Lara, R., Berg, A., Demontoux, F., Royer, A., & Roy, A. (2020). Soil dielectric characterization at L-band microwave frequencies during freeze-thaw transitions. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions, 1-22.
Prince, M., Roy, A., Royer, A., & Langlois, A. (2019). Timing and spatial variability of fall soil freezing in boreal forest and its effect on SMAP L-band radiometer measurements. Remote Sensing of Environment, 231, 111230.
Larue F., A. Royer, D. De Sève, A. Langlois, A. Roy and L. Brucker (2017). Validation of GlobSnow-2 snow water equivalent over Eastern Canada. Remote Sensing of Environment, 194 : 264-277.
Derksen C., X. Xu, R.S. Dunbar, A. Colliander, Y. Kim, J. Kimball, A. Black, E. Euskirchen, A. Langlois, M. Loranty, P. Marsh, K. Rautiainen, A. Roy, A. Royer and J. Stephens (2017). Retrieving landscape freeze/thaw state from Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) radar and radiometer measurements. Remote Sensing of Environment, 194 : 48–62.
Wigneron J.P., T.J. Jackson, P. O’Neill, G.J. De Lannoy, P. de Rosnay, J.P. Walker, P. Ferrazzoli, V. Mironov, S. Bircher, J.P. Grant, M. Kurum, M. Schwank, J. Munoz-Sabater, N. Das, A. Royer, A. Al-Yaari, A. Al Bitar, R. Fernandez-Moran, H. Lawrence, A. Mialon, M. Parrens, P. Richaume, S. Delwart and Y. Kerr (2017). Modelling the passive microwave signature from land surfaces : A review of recent results and application to the L-Band SMOS & SMAP soil moisture retrieval algorithms. Remote Sensing of Environment, Invited Review Paper, 192 : 238–262.
Busseau B.C., A. Royer, A. Langlois and F. Domine (2017). Analysis of snow-vegetation interactions in the Low Arctic – Subarctic transition zone (north-eastern Canada). Physical Geography, DOI: 10.1080/02723646.2017.1283477
Roy A., P. Toose, M. Williamson, T. Rowlandson, C. Derksen, A. Royer, A. Berg, J. Lemmetyinen and L. Arnold (2017). Response of L-Band brightness temperatures to freeze/thaw and snow dynamics in a prairie environment from ground-based radiometer measurements. Rem. Sens. of Enviro., 191 : 67-80.
Toose P., A. Roy, F. Solheim, C. Derksen, T. Watts, A. Royer and A. Walker (2017). Radio-frequency interference mitigating hyperspectral L-band radiometer. Geosci. Instrum. Method. Data Syst., 6 : 39–51. doi:10.5194/gi-6-39-2017.
Royer A., A. Roy, B. Montpetit, O. Saint-Jean-Rondeau, G. Picard, L. Brucker and A. Langlois (2017). Comparison of commonly-used microwave radiative transfer models for snow remote sensing. Remote Sensing of Environment, 190 : 247–259.
Roy A., A. Royer, O. St-Jean-Rondeau, B. Montpetit, G. Picard, A. Mavrovic, N. Marchand, and A. Langlois (2016) Microwave snow emission modeling uncertaintiesin boreal and subarctic environments. The Cryosphere, 10 : 623-638.
Papasodoro C., A. Royer, A. Langlois and E. Berthier (2016) Potential of RADARSAT-2 stereo radargrammetryfor the generation of glacier digital elevation models. J. of Glaciology, 62(233) : 486-496.