Front matter

01 A.D. Hewitt, J.H. Cragin, S.C. Colbeck. Effect of crystal metamorphosis on the elution of chemical species from snow.

02 S. Samelson. An improved method of predicting snowpack water equivalent.

03 H.O. Schroeter, D.K. Boyd, H.R. Whiteley. Areal Snow Accumulation-Ablation Model (ASAAM): Experience of real-time use in southwestern Ontario.

04 K. Elder, R.E. Davis, R.C. Bales. Terrain classification of snow-covered watersheds.

05 M.B. Burkhard, H.O. Schroeter, J.R. Donald, H.R. Whiteley. Snow depth/area relationships for various landscape units in southwestern Ontario.

06 D.C. Norton. Digital investigation of Great Lakes regional snowfall, 1951 - 1980.

07 J.B. Shanley, E.T. Sundquist, J.C. Denner. Water, energy, and biogeochemical budgets at Sleepers River, Danville, Vermont: A research plan.

08 K.E. Fraser, J.M. Buttle, W.P. Adams, M.A. Ecclestone. Ionic mass balance for a small High Arctic wetland basin during spring snowmelt.

09 H.G. Jones, J. Stein, W. Sochanski. SNOQUAL, A snow-meltwater quality model: A study of model variants.

10 W.R. Burrows. Verification of statistical forecast guidance for 1-day and 2-day mesoscale forecasts of lake-effect snow off Lake Huron, Georgian Bay.

11 C.E. Banfield. Snow accumulation and climate over the Grand Lake catchment, Newfoundland.

12 J.R. Donald, E.D. Soulis, F. Seglenieks, N. Kouwan. Snow depth estimates for shallow snowpacks from GOES visible imagery.

13 L. Peck. Microwave propagation over a changing snowcover.

14 J.W. Pomeroy, D.M. Gray, P.G. Landine. Modelling the transport and sublimation of blowing snow on the Prairies.

15 M.R. Albert, W.R. McGilvary. Multidimensional observation of snow temperature on windy days.

16 C.C. Ryerson. Ship superstructure icing climatology of coastal eastern North America.

17 C.J. Martel, B.M. Nadeau. Snow as an expedient adsorbant for hazardous waste spills.

18 K.J. Claffey, C.C. Ryerson. High latitude, west coast mountaintop icing.

19 J.C. Denner, J.B. Shanley. Aeration systems and winter streamflow measurements at Sleepers River, Danville, Vermont.

20 A. Hogan, M. Ferrick. Investigation of temperature variation over snow-covered ground.

21 S.L. Gamble, W.W. Kochanski, P.A. Irwin. Prediction of snow loading on large snow roofs.

22 R.A. Assel. A computer tutorial for Great Lakes ice cover climatology.

23 D.L. Hutt, J. Oman. Extinction coefficient measurements in rain and snow using a forward scatter meter.

24 J.W. Govoni, D.A. Meese. High-wind snow collector for chemical analysis.

25 R.A. Melloh, C.H. Racine. Snow, ice and frozen ground observations in a pond/marsh wetland.

26 M.J. Soligo, G.D. Schuyler. Snow infiltration in fresh air intakes “What can be done”.

27 C. Clark, S. Daly, J. Rand. Precise water temperature measurement at remote field sites.

28 C.J. Williams, B.F. Waechter. Arctic snowfences - A big solution for a big problem.

29 T.R. Carroll, K.L. Giese. Real-time images of airborne snow water equivalent data and satellite areal extent of snow cover data for the U.S. and southern Canada.

30 P. Adams, M. Ecclestone. Mass balance measurements on Baby Glacier Axel Heiberg Island, NWT, Canada 1959 - present, for the record.

31 T.D. Prowse, M.N. Demuth. Measurement of freeze-up and break-up ice velocities.

32 A. MacLean. A study of ground heat flux and associated changes in snowpack water equivalent and soil moisture.

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