Spatial Snow Cover Processes at Kühtai and Reynolds Creek
Contribution to Book
Spatial Patterns in Catchment Hydrology: Observations and Modelling
R. Grayson and G. Blöschl
Cambridge University Press
In many climates, predicting and understanding the spatio-temporal variability of snow related quantities plays a key role in catchment hydrology. Practical applications include the prediction of snowmelt induced floods and the estimation of water yield from snow covered catchments for water resources management. The snow cover is also a key link in the climate system via its effect on the surface energy and water balance, so its accurate representation is essential to a better...
Tarboton, David G.; Blöschl, Günter; Cooley, Keith; Kirnbauer, Robert; and Luce, Charles H., "Spatial Snow Cover Processes at Kühtai and Reynolds Creek" (2000). Civil and Environmental Engineering Faculty Publications. Paper 2498.
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