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Record #119606:

Does detailed areal distribution of snow cover improve the utility of a hydrological model for watershed management? / H.O. Schroeter, H.R. Whiteley.

Title: Does detailed areal distribution of snow cover improve the utility of a hydrological model for watershed management? / H.O. Schroeter, H.R. Whiteley.
Author(s): Schroeter, H. O.
Whiteley, H. R.
Date: 1992.
In: Eastern Snow Conference. Proceedings. (1992.), Vol. 49th Annual Meeting (1992)
Abstract: Illustrates how form used for areal snow cover in watershed model influences calculations of streamflow and sediment load. Areal snow accumulation-ablation model and Guelph all-weather sequential-events runoff model were used with snow cover modelled as single block and distributed over different land-cover types. Results showed that distribution of snow cover used in calculations influenced model results for streamflows and suspended sediment loads, particularly during winter and early spring. Results demonstrate that change in land use could create changes in temporal patterrns of streamflow and sediment load. To simulate these changes, models would have to include explicit representations of areal distribution of snow cover as influenced by land use/cover type.
Notes:

Eastern Snow Conference. Proceedings. Vol. 49th Annual Meeting :181-192 (1992).

Keywords: 551.578.46 -- Snow cover and snow patches.
551.578.42 -- Snow surveys.
551.579.2 -- Water supply from snow.
556 -- Hydrology.
519.673 -- Modelling.
E11 -- Glaciology: glaciohydrology.
SPRI record no.: 119606

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