Front matter

01 E.A. Burakowski, C.P. Wake, J.E. Dibb, M. Stampone. Putting the capital “A” in CoCoRaHS: An experimental program to measure albedo using the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail, and Snow (CoCoRaHS) network.

02 J.W. Sugg, L.B. Perry, D.K. Hall. Satellite and surface perspectives of snow extent in the southern Appalachian Mountains.

03 A. Kasurak, R.E.J. Kelly, J. King. A simple in-situ sensor for snow grain size measurement.

04 R.D. Brown, K. Luojus, B.E. Goodison. Developing a snow cover component for the WMO Global Cryosphere Watch.

05 D.C. Pierson, N. Samal, E. Owens, E.M. Schneiderman, M.S. Zion. Changes in the timing of snowmelt and the seasonality of nutrient loading: Can models simulate the impacts on freshwater trophic status?

06 R. Mukundan, D.C. Pierson, L. Wang, A.H. Matonse, N.R. Samal, M.S. Zion, E.M. Schneiderman. Effect of projected changes in winter streamflow on stream turbidity, Esopus Creek watershed in New York, USA.

07 N.R. Samal, A.H. Matonse, R. Mukundan, D.C. Pierson, R.K. Gelda, M.S. Zion, E.M. Schneiderman. Potential effects of climate change on winter turbidity levels in the Ashokan Reservoir, NY.

08 A. Anandhi, M.S. Zion, P.H. Gowda, D.C. Pierson, D. Lounsbury, A. Frei. Past and future changes in frost day indices in Catskill Mountain region of New York.

09 S.M. Pradhanang, A. Frei, M.S. Zion, E.M. Schneiderman, T.S. Steenhuis, D. Pierson. Analysis of rain-on-snow events in New York.

10 P. Adams, M. Ecclestone, J. Buttle, C. Taylor. The Québec/Labrador peninsula and the evolution of the Eastern Snow Conference.

11 J. Toupin. Pioneers through winter in North America: Paleo-Indians and Paleo-Eskimos.

12 S. Vermette, J. Kanack. Modeling frost line soil penetration using freezing degree-day rates, day length, and sun angle.

13 K.J. Bayr, D.K. Hall, M. Kelly, C. Dunn. Influence of the recession of the Pasterze Glacier, Austria, on water discharge used for hydro-power production.

14 M. Pelto, D. Capps, J.J. Clague, B. Pelto. Rising ELA and expanding proglacial lakes lead to initiation of rapid retreat of Brady Glacier, Alaska.

15 B. Montpetit, A. Royer, A. Langlois, C. Derksen. Snow microwave emission modeling of ice lenses within the snowpack using Microwave Emission Model for Layered Snowpacks (MEMLS).

16 D. Gustafsson, N. Sundström, A. Lundberg. Estimation of snow water equivalent of dry snowpacks using a multi-offset ground penetrating radar system.

17 G. Riggs, D.K. Hall. Improved snow mapping accuracy with revised MODIS snow algorithm.

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