Snowpack sensitivity to perturbed climate in a cool mid-latitude mountain catchment

  title={Snowpack sensitivity to perturbed climate in a cool mid-latitude mountain catchment},
  author={Kabir Rasouli and John W. Pomeroy and Danny G. Marks},
There is great interest in ascertaining the degree of climate change necessary to induce substantial changes in snow accumulation and ablation processes in mountain headwater catchments. Therefore, the response of mountain snow hydrology to changes in air temperature and precipitation was examined by simulating a perturbed climate in Reynolds Mountain East (RME), a headwater catchment with a cool mountain climate in Idaho, USA. The cold regions hydrological model was used to calculate snow… CONTINUE READING
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