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作者:Abbas Fayad , Simon Gascoin , Ghaleb Faour ...
来源:[J].Journal of Hydrology(IF 2.964), 2017, Vol.551, pp.374-396
摘要:... A good knowledge of the snow processes in the Mediterranean mountains is therefore a key element of water management strategies in such regions. The objective of this paper is to review the literature on snow hydrology in Mediterranean mountains to identify the existing knowl...
作者:Susan Marshall , Robert J. Oglesby , Kirk A. Maasch ...
来源:[J].Environmental Modelling and Software(IF 3.476), 1999, Vol.14 (4), pp.327-334
摘要:Abstract(#br)In this study previous work that led to an improved representation of snow albedo in global climate models is expanded to include regional simulations of snow cover over three distinctly different regions of the United States. We also discuss broadening our work in snow...
作者:S. U. Islam , S. J. Déry
来源:[J].Hydrology and Earth System Sciences(IF 3.587), 2017, Vol.21 (3), pp.1827-1847
摘要:This study evaluates predictive uncertainties in the snow hydrology of theFraser River Basin (FRB) of British Columbia (BC), Canada, using the VariableInfiltration Capacity (VIC) model forced with several high-resolution griddedclimate datasets. These datasets include the Cana...
作者:Asif M. Bhatti , Toshio Koike , Maheswor Shrestha
来源:[J].Journal of Hydrology(IF 2.964), 2016, Vol.543, pp.523-541
摘要:Abstract(#br)A water and energy budget-based distributed hydrological model with improved snow physics (WEB-DHM-S) was applied to elucidate the impact of climate change on mountain snow hydrology in the Shubuto River basin, Hokkaido, Japan. The simulated spatial distribution of snow...
作者:Susan Marshall , Robert J. Oglesby
来源:[J].Climate Dynamics(IF 4.231), 1994, Vol.10 (1-2), pp.21-37
摘要:Abstract(#br)A new, physically-based snow hydrology has been implemented into the NCAR CCM1. The snow albedo is based on snow depth, solar zenith angle, snow cover pollutants, cloudiness, and a new parameter, the snow grain size. Snow grain size in turn depends on temperature and...
作者:A. RANGO
来源:[J].Hydrological Sciences Journal(IF 1.114), 1996, Vol.41 (4), pp.477-494
摘要:Certain satellite-based remote sensing for snow hydrology applications has been very positive, namely, snow areal extent mapping using visible and near-infrared sensors and snow water equivalent using passive microwave techniques. Although certain problems are yet to be solved, v...
作者:Saida Nemri , Christophe Kinnard
来源:[J].Journal of Hydrology(IF 2.964), 2020, Vol.582
摘要:Abstract(#br)Having a realistic estimation of snow cover by conceptual hydrological models continues to challenge hydrologists. The calibration of the free model parameters is an unavoidable step and the uncertainties resulting from the use of this optimal set remains a source of...
作者:Wei Zhang , Shi-chang Kang , Yong-ping Shen ...
来源:[J].Journal of Mountain Science(IF 0.664), 2017, Vol.14 (11), pp.2295-2310
摘要:With changing climatic conditions and snow cover regime, regional hydrological cycle for a snowy basin will change and further available surface water resources will be redistributed. Assessing snow meltwater effect on runoff is the key to water safety, under climate warming an...
作者:Ross A. Woods
来源:[J].Advances in Water Resources(IF 2.412), 2009, Vol.32 (10), pp.1465-1481
摘要:... The purpose of the model is to provide insight into the relative roles of the mean and seasonality of temperature, the mean and seasonality of precipitation, and the melt factor, in controlling snow climatology.(#br)The model can be used to make broad-scale predictions of the...
作者:Siraj Ul Islam , Stephen J. Déry
来源:[J].Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 2017, Vol.21 (3), pp.1827-1847
摘要:This study evaluates predictive uncertainties in the snow hydrology of theFraser River Basin (FRB) of British Columbia (BC), Canada, using the VariableInfiltration Capacity (VIC) model forced with several high-resolution griddedclimate datasets. These datasets include the Cana...

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