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Diurnal fluctuation of free-water content in a melting snowpack, Rantz, N. E. , 30th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1962, Cheyenne, Wyoming, (1962)
Results of the snowmelt-runoff model in an international test, Rango, A. , 53rd Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1985, Boulder, Colorado, (1985)
Pilot tests of satellite snowcover/runoff forecasting systems, Rango, A. , 46th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1978, Otter Rock, Oregon, (1978)
Climate Change Risks To Our Snowmelt Water Supply and Possible Adaptation Responses in the Southwest U.S., Rango, Albert, Elias Emile, and Steele Caiti , 82nd Annual Western Snow Conference, 2014, Durango, Colorado, (2014)
Snowmelt water supply research in the ARS global change, water resources, and agriculture program, Rango, A., and Cooley K. R. , 62nd Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1994, Sante Fe, New Mexico, (1994)
Remote sensing: snow monitoring tool for today and tomorrow, Rango, A. , 45th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1977, Albuquerque, New Mexico, (1977)
Snowmelt-runoff modeling in the microcomputer environment, Rango, A., and Roberts R. , 55th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1987, Vancouver, British Columbia, (1987)
Evolution of a research-oriented snowmelt-runoff simulation model into an operational forecasting tool, Rango, A. , 57th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1989, Fort Collins, Colorado, (1989)
Comparative satellite capabilities for remote sensing of snow cover in the Rio Grande Basin, Rango, A., Gomez-Landesa E., and Bleiweiss M. , 70th Annual Western Snow Conference, May 2002, Granby, Colorado, (2002)
Global Warming Effects on Snowfields and Water Supply Evaluated Using Snowmelt Runoff Modeling and Normalized Annual Data, Rango, A., Martinec J., and Roberts R. , 75th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 2007, Kailua-Kona, HI, (2007)
Modelling Future Snow Cover and Runoff with Climate-Adjusted Parameters, Rango, Al, Martinec Jaroslav, Elias Emile, and Smith Ryann , 86th Annual Western Snow Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico, (2018)
Application of a simple snowmelt-runoff model to large river basins, Rango, A. , 51st Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1983, Vancouver, Washington, (1983)
Development of a Remote Sensing-Snowmelt Runoff Forecasting System in the Rio Grande Basin, Rango, A., Gomez-Landeza E., Havstad K., Bleiweiss M., Tanksley K., DeWalle D., Martinec J., and Kite G. , 71st Annual Western Snow Conference, April 2003, Scottsdale, Arizona, (2003)
3-D Characterization of snow crystals utilizing low temperature scanning electron microscopy, Rango, A. , 64th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1996, Bend, Oregon, (1996)
Infrastructure Improvements for Snowmelt Runoff Assessments of Climate Change Impacts on Water Supplies in the Rio Grande, Rango, A., Steele C., and DeMouche L. , 78th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 2010, Logan, UT, (2010)
The interactive multisensor snow and ice mapping system, Ramsay, B. H. , 65th Annual Western Snow Conference, May 1997, Banff, Alberta, (1997)
Filling the Holes in the Space-Time Cube of Snowpack Evolution with Lasers, Cameras, Computers, and Snow Shovels, Raleigh, Mark S., and Deems Jeffrey S. , 86th Annual Western Snow Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico, (2018)
Investigating the Response of an Operational Snowmelt Model to Unusual Snow Conditions and Melt Drivers, Raleigh, Mark S., and Deems Jeffrey S. , 84th Annual Western Snow Conference, 2016, Seattle, Washington, (2016)
Are Temperature-Index Models Appropriate for Assessing Climate Change Impacts On Snowmelt, Raleigh, Mark S., and Clark Martyn P. , 82nd Annual Western Snow Conference, 2014, Durango, Colorado, (2014)
What Lies Beneath? Comparing MODIS Fractional Snow Covered Area Against Ground-Based Observations Under Forest Canopies and in Meadows of the Sierra Nevada, Raleigh, Mark S., Rittger Karl, and Lundquist Jessica D. , Western Snow Conference, (2011)
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Laboratory simulation of snowmelt, Quick, M. C. , 38th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1970, Victoria, British Columbia, (1970)
Synthetic Year-Independent Spatio-Temporal Patterns of Snow Depletion, Qualls, Russell J., and Arogundade Ayodeji B. , 81st Annual Western Snow Conference, 2013, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, (2013)
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Field Testing and Comparison of Four Snowmelt Model Approaches in the Quesnel Highlands, Interior British Columbia, Przeczek, K., Déry S., Menounos B., and Moore D. , 77th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 2009, Canmore, AB, (2009)
proposed artifical river ice damming to induce flooding of a delta ecosystem, Prowse, T. D., Demuth M. N., and Peterson M. , 61st Annual Western Snow Conference, June 1993, Quebec City, Quebec, (1993)
A New Instrumental Way to Measure Snowfall SWE in Mountain and Polar Catchments Directly, on the Kilometer-Scale and in Near Real Time (Poster), Pritchard, Hamish D. , 88th Annual Western Snow Conference, Bozeman, MT, (2021)
Snow surveys in West Pakistan water resources development, Priest, J. E. , 30th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1962, Cheyenne, Wyoming, (1962)
Weather, Water and Climate of the Lewis and Clark Expedition (1803-1806), Preston, V. L. , 73rd Annual Western Snow Conference, April 2005, Great Falls, MT, (2005)
World class snowfall in the Sierra Nevada, 1969, Powell, D. R. , 68th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 2000, Port Angeles, Washington, (2000)
Observations on the consistency and reliability of field data in snow survey measurements, Powell, D. , 55th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1987, Vancouver, British Columbia, (1987)
Snow surfaces in the high Sierras for skiing purposes, Poulson, W. , 6th Annual Western Interstate Snow Survey Conference, December 1938, Los Angeles, California, (1938)
Method of applying bakelite to snow sampler, Poulson, W. , 6th Annual Western Interstate Snow Survey Conference, December 1938, Los Angeles, California, (1938)
Snow surveys and runoff forecasting from photographs, Potts, H. L. , 5th Annual Western Interstate Snow Survey Conference, June 1937, Denver, Colorado, (1937)
Streamflow regionalization in western Montana, Potts, D. F. , 50th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1982, Reno, Nevada, (1982)
Snow accumulation, melt and soil moisure recharge under various lodgepole pine stand densities in western Montana, Potts, D. F. , 52nd Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1984, Sun Valley, Idaho, (1984)
A photographic snow survey method of forecasting runoff, Potts, H. L. , 12th Annual Western Interstate Snow Survey Conference, February 1944, Berkeley, California, (1944)
Extremes of Opportunity: Examining Recent Trends in Warm Season Extreme Precipitation for New Mexico River Basins, Poshtiri, Maryam Pournasiri, Towler Erin, Llewellyn Dagmar, and Prein Andreas F. , 86th Annual Western Snow Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico, (2018)
Modeling Alpine Snow Hydrology in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, Pomeroy, J., MacDonald M., DeBeer C., and Brown T. , 77th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 2009, Canmore, AB, (2009)
The use of fractual geometry in modelling intercepted snow accumulation and sublimation, Pomeroy, J., and Schmidt R. A. , 61st Annual Western Snow Conference, June 1993, Quebec City, Quebec, (1993)
Development of the prairie blowing snow model for application in climatological and hydrological models, Pomeroy, J. W., and Li L. , 65th Annual Western Snow Conference, May 1997, Banff, Alberta, (1997)
The use of precipitation and snow survey data in water supply forecasting, Polos, A. J. , 21st Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1953, Boise, Idaho, (1953)

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