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01 K.R. Cooley, P. Palmer. Characteristics of snowmelt from NRCS SNOTEL (SNOwTELemetry) sites.

02 G.J. Freeman. Hydro-fuels-, maintenance-, and pricing risk management - changing times in snow zone water management.

03 K. Elder, W. Rosenthal, B. Davis. Estimating the spatial distribution of snow water equivalence in a montane watershed.

04 C.A. Moore, W.W. McCaughey. Snow accumulation under various forest stand densities at Tenderfoot Creek Experimental Forest, Montana, USA.

05 W.W. McCaughey, P.E. Farnes, K.J. Hansen. Historic role of fire in determining annual water yield from Tenderfoot Creek Experimental Forest, Montana, USA.

06 R.B. Haehnel, J.H. Lever, R.D. Tabler. Field measurements of snowdrift development rate.

07 S. Hartley. Atlantic ocean-atmosphere interactions and snowfall in southern New England.

08 R.W. Hoham, J.Y. Kang, A.J. Hasselwander, A.F. Behrstock, I.R. Blackburn, R.C. Johnson, E.M. Schlag. The effects of light intensity and blue, green and red wavelengths on mating strategies in the snow alga, Chloromonas sp.-D, from the Tughill Pleateau, New York State.

09 C. Hopkinson, G. Young. The impact of glacier recession upon the discharge of the Bow River above Banff, Alberta. 1951-1993.

10 G. Ingersoll, J. Turk, C. McClure, S. Lawlor, D. Clow, A. Mast. Snowpack chemistry as an indicator of pollutant emission levels from motorized winter vehicles in Yellowstone National Park.

11 J.P. Hardy, R.E. Davis, R. Jordan, W. Ni, C. Woodcock. Snow ablation modeling in conifer and deciduous stands of the Boreal Forest.

12 R. Kattelmann. Very warm storms and Sierra Nevada snowpacks.

13 N.R. Hedstrom, J.W. Pomeroy. Accumulation of intercepted snow in the Boreal Forest: Measurements and modelling.

14 B. Li, G. Kite, U. Haberlandt. Application of SLURP hydrological model to a sub-arctic basin.

15 R. Melloh, S. Daly, R. Davis, R. Jordan, G. Koenig. An operational distributed snow dynamics models for the Sava River, Bosnia.

16 R.A. Metcalfe, J.M. Buttle. Spatially-distributed snowmelt rates in a Boreal Forest basin.

17 N. Neumann, P. Marsh. Local advection of sensible heat during snowmelt.

18 J.W. Pomeroy, L. Li. Development of the Prairie Blowing Snow Model for application in climatological and hydrological models.

19 B.H. Ramsay. The Interactive Multisensor Snow and Ice Mapping System.

20 M. Roos, C. Ross. An experiment in use of seasonal long-range weather forecasts for water supply forecasts in northern California.

21 K. Seidel, C. Ehrler, J. Martinec. Effects of climate change on water resources and runoff in an Alpine basin.

22 R.M. Chisholm. Learning scientific writing through snowpack study.

23 K.W. Forsythe. Stepwise multiple regression snow models: GIS applications in the Marmot Creek basin, (Kananaskis Country, Alberta) Canada and the National Park Berchtesgaden, (Bayern) Germany.

24 R.D. Brown, R.O. Braaten. Spatial and temporal variability of Canadian monthly snow depths, 1946-1995.

25 T.Y. Gan, P.R. Singh, M. Seneka. Impact of climatic warming to the droughts of Canadian Prairies.

26 C. Hopkinson. The net volumetric loss of glacier cover within the Bow Valley above Banff, 1951-1993.

27 M. Jasek, G. Ford. Coal Lake outlet freeze-up, containment of winter inflows and estimates of related outburst flood on Wolf Creek, Yukon Territory.

28 F. Gehrke. A detector for determining snow water content based on attenuation of cosmic radiation.

29 R.G. Hammer, P.E. Farnes, R.A. McLeod. Comparison of average annual precipitation distributed by different GIS models for the Bitterroot watershed, Montana.

30 T. Johnson, J. Dozier, J. Michaelsen, P. Fohl. River basin variations in Sierra Nevada snowpack accumulations trends.

31 D. Cline, K. Elder, R. Bales. Scale effects in a distributed SWE and snowmelt model for mountain basins.

32 F. Seglenieks, E.D. Soulis, N. Kouwen. Determination of snow covered area using RADARSAT imagery on two small test sites in southern Ontario.

33 P. Storck, T. Kern, S. Bolton. Measurement of difference in snow accumulation, melt, and micrometeorology between clearcut and mature forest stands.

34 C.H. Luce, D.G. Tarboton, K.R. Cooley. Spatially distributed snowmelt inputs to a semi-arid mountain watershed.

35 T. Bardsley, M.W. Williams. Overcollection of solid precipitation by a standard precipitation gage, Niwot Ridge, Colorado.

36 R. Kattelmann. Snowpack characteristics of an alpine site in the Sierra Nevada.

37 D. Mueller. An investigation of the thermal properties of traditional snow shelters.

Western Snow Conference: Minutes of Executive Meeting

Western Snow Conference: Minutes of General Business Meeting