ESC 2015 (72ND MEETING JOUVENCE QC)
01 N.R. Leroux, J.W. Pomeroy. A dual pathway heterogeneous flow through snow model.
02 C. Papasodoro, A. Royer, A. Langlois, E. Berthier. SAR RADARSAT-2 and optical Pléiades stereo imagery for monitoring the melt of Baffin Island ice caps (Nunavut, Canada).
03 J. Pomeroy, X. Fang, K. Rasouli. Sensitivity of snow processes to warming in the Canadian Rockies.
04 F. Ouellet, A. Langlois, C.-A. Johnson, A. Richards. Spatialization of the SNOWPACK snow model in the Canadian Arctic for Peary caribou winter grazing conditions assessment.
05 M. Pelto, O. Grah, J. Beaulieu. Quantifying glacier runoff and its impact on stream temperature and discharge in the Nooksack River, Washington.
06 N.O. Aksamit, J.W. Pomeroy. Saltating snow mechanics: Three species classification from high speed videography.
07 R.D. Brown. Less snow or more snow? The challenge of developing snow cover change scenarios for the Baffin Bay-Davis Strait region.
08 G.D. Horton, R.S. Horton, F. Huber, A. Frei. Recent advancements in ground penetrating radar technology offer possibilities for affordable non-contact SWE measurements.
09 C.G. Sommer, M. Lehning, R. Mott. Snow accumulation and redistribution in very steep rock faces.
10 N. Marchand, A. Royer, G. Krinner, A. Roy. Effect of the snow cover on the ground surface temperature variation analyzed with the Canadian LAnd Surface Scheme (CLASS) constrained with remote sensing observations.
11 B. Hoch, E.G. Hoffman, L. Avilés, S. Miller, J. Cordeira. NOAA ESRL snow-level radar deployment and observations of mixed precipitation events in Plymouth, NH.
12 G. Riggs, D.K. Hall. An introduction to the new NASA Suomi-NPP VIIRS snow cover data product.
13 A. Thompson, R. Kelly. Ku- and X-band radar observations of deep seasonal snow in agricultural fields in Ontario.
14 F. Larue, A. Royer, D. De Sève, L. Lozac’h, A. Langlois, A. Roy, C. Derksen. Preliminary validation analysis of the GlobSnow2 database over Eastern Canada.
15 V. Nandan, T. Geldsetzer, T. Islam, J.J. Yackel, J.P.S. Gill. Understanding microwave interactions from a highly saline snow cover on smooth first-year sea ice (FYI): A multi-frequency theoretical approach.
16 M. Barrere, F. Domine, D. Sarrazin, S. Morin, B. Decharme. Measuring and modeling the impact of vegetation growth on tundra on snow physical properties. Impact on the permafrost thermal regime.
17 K. Côté, J.-B. Madore, A. Langlois. Assessing accuracy of simulated and spatialized snow profiles from SNOWPACK and Alpine3D driven in-situ and predicted meteorological data for avalanche forecasting in Canada.
18 J.-B. Madore, K. Côté, A. Langlois. Improvement of snow grain simulations from the multi-layered thermodynamic snow model SNOWPACK: Implications to avalanche risk assessment.
19 J. Pelto. Baseline crevasse measurements on North Cascade glaciers to detect climate change.
20 R.J. Poremba, L.B. Perry, A. Seimon, D.T. Martin, A. Tupayachi. Meteorological characteristics of heavy snowfall events in the Cordillera Vilcanota, Peru.
21 E.J. Burton, L.B. Perry, B. Bonshoms, A. Seimon, N. Quispe, G. Mamani. Vertical structure, melting layer heights, and antecedent upstream air trajectories associated with precipitation events during the 2014-15 wet season in the central Andes of Peru.
22 S. Elhouar, Y. Khodair, Y.-S. Lee, T. Peters. Best practices in snow and ice removal.
23 Y. Xue, B.A. Forman. Can the predictability of snow water equivalent and snow depth across regional scales be enhanced through atmospheric and forest decoupling?
24 B.-C. Busseau, A. Royer, A. Langlois. Analysis of the interactions between snow and shrub ecosystem of the taiga in Nunavik.