01 W.P. Adams, D.R. Barr. Vegetation-snow relationships in Labrador.
02 L.T. Steyaert, S.K. LeDuc, N.D. Strommen, W.E. McCollom, L.Nicodemus. Estimating water equivalent depth from related meteorological variables.
03 R.M. Thompstone, P.J. Pilon. Square-grid spatial interpolation of snow cover for a hydrometeorological information system.
04 A.M. Gordon. Some factors affecting spring snowmelt within Narrows Mountain Brook Basin, a forested watershed in central New Brunswick.
05 A.P. O’Hayre. Snowmelt runoff forecasting using state estimation techniques.
06 A.J. Wagner. Mean 700 mb circulation patterns associated with the snowiest and least snowy winter months over the eastern United States.
07 M.-K. Woo. Breakup of streams in the Canadian High Arctic.
08 A. Caillet, F.G. D’Aillon, I. Zawadzki. An ultrasound low power sonar for snow thickness measurements.
09 W. Tobiasson. Snow studies associated with the sideways move of Dye-3.
10 M.E. Leech. The climatology of freezing rain in the Montreal area.
Results of the snow survey schedule committee questionnaire
List of attendees