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Measurements and modelling of snow interception in the boreal forest
Snow accumulation and ablation processes are particularly important to the hydrology of cold climate forests. In order to calculate the distribution of snow cover and the loss of snow to sublimation,Expand
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The cold regions hydrological model: a platform for basing process representation and model structure on physical evidence
After a programme of integrated field and modelling research, hydrological processes of considerable uncertainty such as snow redistribution by wind, snow interception, sublimation, snowmelt,Expand
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IAHS Decade on Predictions in Ungauged Basins (PUB), 2003–2012: Shaping an exciting future for the hydrological sciences
Abstract Drainage basins in many parts of the world are ungauged or poorly gauged, and in some cases existing measurement networks are declining. The problem is compounded by the impacts ofExpand
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Snowcover Accumulation, Relocation, and Management
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An evaluation of snow accumulation and ablation processes for land surface modelling
This paper discusses the development and testing of snow algorithms with specific reference to their use and application in land surface models. New algorithms, developed by the authors, forExpand
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A decade of Predictions in Ungauged Basins (PUB)—a review
Abstract The Prediction in Ungauged Basins (PUB) initiative of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS), launched in 2003 and concluded by the PUB Symposium 2012 held in DelftExpand
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Saltation of snow
Saltation of snow, the transport of snow in periodic contact with and directly above the snow surface, is governed by the atmospheric shear forces applied to the erodible snow surface, theExpand
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Estimates of Threshold Wind Speeds for Snow Transport Using Meteorological Data
Abstract The threshold wind speed for snow transport is related to properties of the surface snowpack: snow particle bonding, cohesion, and kinetic friction. These properties are controlled byExpand
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Coupled Modelling of Forest Snow Interception and Sublimation
A series of process-based algorithms has been developed to describe the accumulation, unloading and sublimation of intercepted snow in forest canopies. These algorithms are unique in that they scaleExpand
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The Prairie Blowing Snow Model: characteristics, validation, operation
Abstract Physically based algorithms that estimate saltation, suspension and sublimation rates of blowing snow using readily available meteorological and land use data are presented. These algorithmsExpand
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