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Validation of the snow submodel of the Biosphere-Atmosphere Transfer Scheme with Russian snow cover and meteorological observational data
Daily precipitation, runoff (rain + snowmelt), snowfall, snow-water equivalent (SWE), and snowmelt, at a 100m spatial resolution for the period 1989 - 2011 for the Upper Deschutes River Basin (UDRB) study area and for 1989 - 2009 for the McKenzie River Basin (MRB) study area. For example, the UDRB modeling domain is 781 rows by 385 columns at 100-m grid spacing, and data are stored in 365-day water-year time periods, one for each of the 23 years in the study period. The data include climate-scenarios for the 'reference_climate' i.e. historical climate period, 't2' i.e. +2 degrees C added to each historical temperature record used as model forcing, 't2p10' i.e. +2 degrees C added to each historical temperature and...
Interrelationships among Snow Distribution, Snowmelt, and Snow Cover Depletion: Implications for Atmospheric, Hydrologic, and Ecologic Modeling
Processes regulating watershed chemical export during snowmelt, Fraser Experimental Forest, Colorado
Use of the recession characteristics of snowmelt hydrographs in the assessment of snow water storage in a basin