Front matter

01 P. Ménard, C.R. Duguay, G.M. Flato, W.R. Rouse. Simulation of ice phenology on a large lake in the Mackenzie River basin.

02 F.C. Pivot, C.R. Duguay, R.D. Brown, B. Duchiron, C. Kergomard. Remote sensing of snow cover for climate monitoring in the Canadian Subarctic: A comparison between SMMR-SMM/I and NOAA-AVHRR sensors.

03 N.P. Molotch, S.R. Fassnacht, S.R. Helfrich, R.C. Bales. Estimating the distribution of snow water equivalent and snow extent beneath the cloud-cover in the Salt-Verde River basin, Arizona.

04 C. Gidda, H. Whiteley, I. Rubinstein, R. Dony. Comparison of satellite-based data with modeled snow-water equivalent for open and forested areas.

05 D.K. Hall, R. Solberg, G.A. Riggs. Validation of satellite snow-cover maps in North America and Norway.

06 J.R. Janowicz, D.M. Gray, J.W. Pomeroy. Characterisation of snowmelt infiltration scaling parameters within a mountainous subarctic watershed.

07 J. Hardy, R. Fitzhugh, R. Jordan, P. Groffman, C. Driscoll, T. Fahey, F. Tierney. Soil frost modeling in a northern hardwood forest: Past and present.

08 J. Talbot, A.P. Plamondon. The diminution of snowmelt rate with forest regrowth as an index of peak flow hydrological recovery, Montmorency Forest, Québec.

09 J.W. Pomeroy, D.M. Gray, N.R. Hedstrom, J.R. Janowicz. Physically based estimation of seasonal snow accumulation in the Boreal Forest.

10 A. Rowlands, J. Pomeroy, J. Hardy, D. Marks, K. Elder, R. Melloh. Small-scale spatial variability of radiant energy for snowmelt in a mid-latitude sub-alpine forest.

11 R.A. Melloh, J.P. Hardy, R.N. Bailey, T.J. Hall. An efficient snow albedo model for the open and sub-canopy.

12 C. Lavoie, H.B. Granberg, N. O’Neill. Attenuation of solar radiation by the snowpack in Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica.

13 N. Voisin, H.G. Leighton, E.D. Soulis, J. Feng. Sensitivity of the Mackenzie River basin hydrology to solar radiation uncertainties.

14 R.J. Granger, J.W. Pomeroy, J. Parviainen. Boundary layer integration approach to advection of sensible heat to a patchy snow cover.

15 A. Winstral, D. Marks. Simulating wind fields and snow redistribution using terrain-based parameters to model snow accumulation and melt over a semi-arid mountain catchment.

16 D. Marks, A. Winstral, M. Seyfried. Simulation of terrain and forest shelter effects on patterns of snow deposition, snowmelt, and runoff over a semi-arid mountain catchment.

17 C. Derksen, R. Drown, A. Walker, B. Brasnett. Comparison of model, snow course, and passive microwave derived snow water equivalent data for western North America.

18 R. Brown, B. Brasnett, D. Robinson. Development of a gridded North American snow depth and water equivalent dataset for GCM validation - Results with an enhanced snowpack model.

19 A. Liu, G. Moore. Water vapor transport associated with lake-effect snowfall over southern Ontario.

20 S.R. Fassnacht, F. Yusuf, N. Kouwen. January 1999 storms dumped snow on southern Ontario, yet limited streamflow resulted.

21 B. Whiffen. One for the history books: The winter of 2000-01 in St. John’s, Newfoundland.

22 T. Econopouly. Acquisition and use of snow water equivalent data at the Northeast River Forecast Center.

23 J.C. Denner, J.B. Shanley, B. Wemple. Comparison of runoff from a ski resort and adjacent undeveloped watershed in northern Vermont.

24 G. Koh, N.D. Mulherin, J.P. Hardy, R.E. Davis, A. Twombly. Microwave interaction with snowpack observed at the Cold Land Processes Field Experiment.

25 G. Fortin, G.H. Jones, M. Bernier, M. Schneebeli. Changes in the structure and permeability of artificial ice layers containing fluorescent tracer in cold and wet snow cover.

26 J. Bubier, P. Crill, A. Mosedale. Net ecosystem CO2 exchange measured by autochambers during the snow-covered season at a temperate peatland.

27 S. Taylor, X. Feng, M. Williams, J. McNamara. How isotopic fractionation of snowmelt affects hydrograph separation.

28 D. Levia Jr., S. Herwitz. Winter chemical leaching from deciduous tree branches as a function of branch inclination angle in central Massachusetts.

29 T.G. Huntington, G.A. Hodgkins, R.W. Dudley. Historical trend in ice thickness on the Piscataquis River in central Maine.

30 F. Lenormand, C.R. Duguay, R. Gauthier. Development of a historical ice database for the study of climate change in Canada.

31 J.B. Shanley, S.F. Clark, J.C. Denner. Patterns and trends in snowpack water equivalent at a northern Vermont site, 1960-2002.

32 R.J. Leffler. Going… Going… Gone? Earth’s disappearing tropical glaciers.

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