Development of improved methods for snowmelt forecasting / R.J. Moore, R.J. Harding, R.M. Austin, V.A. Bell and D.R. Lewis.

By: Moore, R. J.
Contributor(s): Harding, R. J | Austin, R. M | Bell, V. A | Lewis, D. R | National Rivers Authority | Institute of Hydrology (Great Britain).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: R&D note: no. 402Publisher: Bristol : National Rivers Authority, 1996Description: xviii, 192 pages : illustrations, graphs ; 30 cm.Subject(s): HYDROMETEOROLOGY | HYDROLOGY | RUNOFF | SNOWMELT | FLOODSHoldings: GRETA POINT: 551.579 MOO
Contents:
Acknowledgements -- Contents -- List of Figures and Tables -- Executive Summary -- Keywords -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Conceptual Snowmelt Models for Operational Use -- 3. The Energy Budget approach and the IHDM snowmelt model -- 4. Digital terrain and satellite imagery model support -- 5. New model formulations -- 6. Study catchments and model database -- 7. Model evaluation -- 8. Improvements in snowmelt forecasting through measurement -- 9. Summary, Conclusions and opportunities for further work -- References -- Appendix A. Snowmelt modelling database -- Appendix B. Snow data holdings for the study catchments -- Appendix C. Survey of snow measurements sites in England and Wales -- Appendix D. The Catchment models.
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"This document describes the findings of R&D project 447, which aimed to develop improved methods for snowmelt forecasting and warning. The results will be used to improve existing regional flood forecasting systems." -- Verso of T.P.

Acknowledgements -- Contents -- List of Figures and Tables -- Executive Summary -- Keywords -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Conceptual Snowmelt Models for Operational Use -- 3. The Energy Budget approach and the IHDM snowmelt model -- 4. Digital terrain and satellite imagery model support -- 5. New model formulations -- 6. Study catchments and model database -- 7. Model evaluation -- 8. Improvements in snowmelt forecasting through measurement -- 9. Summary, Conclusions and opportunities for further work -- References -- Appendix A. Snowmelt modelling database -- Appendix B. Snow data holdings for the study catchments -- Appendix C. Survey of snow measurements sites in England and Wales -- Appendix D. The Catchment models.

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