ESC 1973 (30TH MEETING AMHERST MA)
01 H.R. Whitely, W.T. Dickinson, T. Core. The usefulness of standard hydrometeorological data for snowmelt calculations.
02 J.M. O’Bryne, D. Haynes. Use of a snow gun for production of a model snow material.
03 D.I. Bray. A report on the variability of snow water equivalent measurements at a site.
04 A.R. Eschner, H.M. Bretchel. Establishing a snow survey in the state of Hessen, West Germany.
05 S.A. Mathewson. Snow distribution, melt and run-off characteristics of an inter-drumlin swale.
06 R.T. Davis. Operational snow sensors.
07 B.O. Wilen, D.L. Mader, W.P. MacConnell. A study of soil freezing in western Massachusetts and techniques of measurement.
08 S.S. Lazier, M. Metge. Proposals for measuring the thickness of ice sheets.
09 C.A. Federer, R.S. Pierce, J.W. Hornbeck. Snow management seems unlikely in northeastern forests.
10 J.P. Jolly. Influence of air temperature and solar radiation on snowmelt ripening and run-off.
11 R.B. Sykes Jr. The 1972 blizzard-burst at the Eastern Snow Conference in Oswego.
12 G.D. Ashton. Heat transfer to river ice covers.
Research Committee Report 1
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List of Studies in Progress