Panel discussion of lake effect snow conditions
01 B.E. Goodison. Accuracy of snow samplers for measuring shallow snowpacks: An update.
02 K.H. Mayhew. Snow surveys in the Black River drainage area.
03 G. Paulin. Developments in snow measurements with gamma radiation.
04 D.R. Wiesnet, M. Matson, D.F. McGinnis. NOAA monitoring of snow cover in the northern hemisphere during the winter of 1977.
05 D.R. Wiesnet. Future U.S. satellite programs of interest to snow scientists.
06 J. Foster, D. Schultz, W.C. Dallam. Ice conditions on the Chesapeake Bay as observed from Landsat during the winter of 1977.
07 A. Wankiewicz. Hydraulic characteristics of snow lysimeters.
08 W.P. Adams, T.D. Prowse. Observations on special characteristics of lake snowcover.
09 R.B. Crowe. Snowcover suitability percentiles for skiing and snowmobiling.
10 R.L. Hendrick, D.B. Heath. The effect of elevation on snowfall and rainfall - first results from the Mt. Mansfield network.
11 M.J. O’Rourke. Snow loads on structures.
12 R. Heron, M-.K. Woo. Snowmelt computations fro a High Arctic site.
13 M.C. English. The magnitude and significance of the terrestrial snowpack and white ice contribution to the phosphorus budget of a lake in the Canadian Shield region of the Kawartha Lakes.
Eastern Snow Conference constitution
Report of the snow survey schedule committee
List of studies in progress
List of attendees