Analysis of single-Alter-shielded and unshielded measurements of mixed and solid precipitation from WMO-SPICE

@inproceedings{Kochendorfer2017AnalysisOS,
  title={Analysis of single-Alter-shielded and unshielded measurements of mixed and solid precipitation from WMO-SPICE},
  author={John P. Kochendorfer and Rodica Nitu and M. P. H. Wolff and Eva Mekis and Roy Martin Rasmussen and Bruce R. Baker and Michael E. Earle and Audrey Reverdin and Kai Wong and Craig D. Smith and Daqing Yang and Yves-Alain Roulet and Samuel T. Buisan and Timo V. Laine and GyuWon Lee and Jose Luis C. Aceituno and Javier Celaya Alastru{\'e} and Ketil Isaksen and Tilden Meyers and Ragnar Br{\ae}kkan and Scott David Landolt and Al Jachcik and Antti Poikonen},
  year={2017}
}
Although precipitation has been measured for many centuries, precipitation measurements are still beset with significant inaccuracies. Solid precipitation is particularly difficult to measure accurately, and wintertime precipitation measurement biases between different observing networks or different regions can exceed 100 %. Using precipitation gauge results from the World Meteorological Organization Solid Precipitation Intercomparison Experiment (WMO-SPICE), errors in precipitation… CONTINUE READING

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