perational Techniques for Determining SWE by Sound Propagation through Snow : I . General Theory

@inproceedings{Kinar2009perationalTF,
  title={perational Techniques for Determining SWE by Sound Propagation through Snow : I . General Theory},
  author={Nicholas J. Kinar and John W. Pomeroy},
  year={2009}
}
R ter Equi s a num ied veg f retur or determining SWE by an acoustic wave has been developed. This paper presents the theory of the new procedure and discusses the selection of parameters requ ization of an acoustic sampling system. Images of a rough snow interface were analyzed using fractal techniques. The image analysis procedure showed that rough snow interfaces can be ace was ed to p gh freq is also 

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