01 W.A. Walsh Jr. The history and technology of man-made snow in winter recreation areas - Part 1: History and technology.
02 N.C. Ericksen. The history and technology of man-made snow in winter recreation areas - Part 2: Application and economics.
03 E.A. Anderson. Conceptual stream flow forecasting model applied to northern New England rivers.
04 D.W. Petzold, R.G. Wilson. Solar and net radiation over melting snow in sub-arctic woodlands.
05 E.J. Langham. Problems of measuring and modeling the behavior of meltwater in the snowpack.
06 R.W. Hudson. Spring flood forecast service on the Saint John River basin.
07 D.M. Brack. The snow environment, the public, and the professional snowman.
08 H.L. Ferguson, B.E. Goodison. Mean snowpack water equivalent maps and snow course network design problems over southern Ontario.
09 H.S. Loijens. Comparison of water equivalent of snow cover determined from airborne measurements of natural gamma radiation and from a snow course network.
10 G.R. Benoit. Frost depth and distribution from a heat flow model.
11 J.W. Hornbeck, G.E. Likens. Importance of the chemical composition of the snowpack.
12 D.R. Wiesnet. New developments in snow mapping by satellites.
13 R.B. Sykes Jr. Snowburst: A 1974 Oswego special.
List of studies in progress