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Persistent Wave Structures and Western Droughts, Liddle, Marshall, Moosmüller Hans, and Lewis John , 83rd Annual Western Snow Conference, 2015, Grass Valley, California, (2015)
Persistence of soil moisture changes resulting from artificially extended snowmelt, MacDonald, L. H. , 54th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1986, Phoenix, Arizona, (1986)
The permeability of temperate snow: Preliminary links to microstructure, Hardy, J. P., and Albert D. G. , 61st Annual Western Snow Conference, June 1993, Quebec City, Quebec, (1993)
Performance Analysis of GMON3 Snow Water Equivalency Sensor, Wright, M., Kavanaugh J., and Labine C. , 79th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 2011, Stateline, NV, (2011)
Perception of Winter in Canada through La Presse Newspaper (1959-2006), Toupin, J., and Langevin R. , 77th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 2009, Canmore, AB, (2009)
Perception of Winter in Canada: A Comparison Between Edmonton (Alberta) and Montreal (Quebec), Toupin, J. , 74th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 2006, Las Cruces, NM, (2006)
Perception of winter from children and teenagers in Alberta, Canada: a case study of Edmonton and Plamondon, Toupin, J. , 73rd Annual Western Snow Conference, April 2005, Great Falls, MT, (2005)
Percent Bias Assessment of Water-Supply Outlooks in the Colorado River Basin, Harrison, Brent, and Bales Roger , 82nd Annual Western Snow Conference, 2014, Durango, Colorado, (2014)
A peakflow forecast for Payette Lake using SNOTEL data, Sarantitis, B. C., and Palmer P. L. , 56th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1988, Kalispell, Montana, (1988)
Peak streamflows from the transient snow zone, western Cascades, Oregon, Christner, J., and Harr R. D. , 50th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1982, Reno, Nevada, (1982)
Is peak snowpack in the North Cascade Mountains decreasing over time?, Pattee, S. , 70th Annual Western Snow Conference, May 2002, Granby, Colorado, (2002)
Peace River project with specific reference to reservoir filling and runoff forecasts, Sampson, F. , 29th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1961, Spokane, Washington, (1961)
Payette River Basin, Idaho: High-Resolution Modeling and Gauging, Kunkel, Mel, Blestrud Derek, Holbrook Pat, Parkinson Shaun, Glenn Brandal, Fletcher Matt, Elliot Sean, and Pittman Al , 82nd Annual Western Snow Conference, 2014, Durango, Colorado, (2014)
Partitioning the deposition of winter snowfall as a function of aspect on forested sites, Troendle, C. A., Schmidt R. A., and Martinez M. H. , 61st Annual Western Snow Conference, June 1993, Quebec City, Quebec, (1993)
Parameter estimation for the precipitation runoff modeling system using snow course and snow telemetry system data, Marron, J. K. , 54th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1986, Phoenix, Arizona, (1986)
Paraffin versus enamel: optimum nuimber of sampling points: improvement of tubular balance, Paget, F. H., and Ryan J. T. , 6th Annual Western Interstate Snow Survey Conference, December 1938, Los Angeles, California, (1938)
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Overcollection of solid precipitation by a standard precipitation gage, Niwot Ridge, Colorado, Bardsley, Tim, and Williams M. W. , 65th Annual Western Snow Conference, May 1997, Banff, Alberta, (1997)
Outline of Weather Bureau Northeast states winter sports service, Bernard, M. l , 6th Annual Western Interstate Snow Survey Conference, December 1938, Los Angeles, California, (1938)
An outline of the thermodynamics of snow melt, Wilson, W. T. , 9th Annual Western Interstate Snow Survey Conference, January 1941, Sacramento, California, (1941)
“Our Winter Snows Are of the Utmost Importance”: The Development of Snow Surveys in British Columbia, 1920s-1950s, Butler, Blake , 88th Annual Western Snow Conference, Bozeman, MT, (2021)
Options for harvesting timber to control snowpack accumulation, Troendle, C. A., and Meiman J. R. , 52nd Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1984, Sun Valley, Idaho, (1984)
The optimum use of water for power calculated by Datatron electronic computer, Ellis, J. D. , 26th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1958, Bozeman, Montana, (1958)
Optimizing Hydrologic Models Using Multi-Temporal LiDAR, Hedrick, Andrew, Marshall Hans-Peter, Winstral Adam, and Elder Kelly , 82nd Annual Western Snow Conference, 2014, Durango, Colorado, (2014)
Optimization of binary regression tree models for estimating the spatial distribution of snow water equivalent in an alpine basin, Molotch, N., Bales R., Colee M., and Dozier J. , 71st Annual Western Snow Conference, April 2003, Scottsdale, Arizona, (2003)
Opportunities and Limitations For Assessing Ski Area Vulnerability and Potential Low-Snow Adaptation Strategies in the Changing Climate, Nichols, Lisa S., and Frazier Tim G. , 82nd Annual Western Snow Conference, 2014, Durango, Colorado, (2014)
Operational Simulation Modeling at the NRCS National Water and Climate Center, Pagano, T. C., Erxleben J., and Perkins T. , 73rd Annual Western Snow Conference, April 2005, Great Falls, MT, (2005)
Operational processing of multi-source snow data, Hartman, R. K., Rost A. A., and Anderson D. M. , 63rd Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1995, Sparks, Nevada, (1995)
Operational forecasts of runoff for the upper American River Project, Clorety, B. S., and Hannaford J. F. , 36th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1968, Lake Tahoe, Nevada, (1968)
Operational forecasting of the day-to-day runoff in the Feather River Basin, Arvola, W. A., and Raimundo A. L. , 31st Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1963, Yosemite National Park, California, (1963)
Operational economy through applied hydrology, Blanchard, F. B. , 23rd Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1955, Portland, Oregon, (1955)
An operational distributed snow dynamics model fot the Sava River, Bosnia, Melloh, R., Daly S., Davis R. E., Jordan R., and Koenig G. , 65th Annual Western Snow Conference, May 1997, Banff, Alberta, (1997)
Operational and technical considerations regarding recent forecast seasons in California, Hannaford, J. F., and Howard C. H. , 47th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1979, Sparks, Nevada, (1979)
Operational airborne measurement of snow water equivalent using natural terrestrial gamma radiation, Carroll, T. R., and Vadnais K. G. , 48th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1980, Laramie, Wyoming, (1980)
The omniscent environmental impact statement, Strauss, F. A. , 41st Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1973, Grand Junction, Colorado, (1973)
Observing the Elusive Intermittent Snow Using Traffic Camera Images, Wayand, Nicholas, and Lundquist Jessica , 81st Annual Western Snow Conference, 2013, Jackson Hole, Wyooming, (2013)
Observations on the Nisqually glacier, Washington and Grinnell, Jackson, and Sperry Glacier, Montana, Giles, G. C., and Colbert J. L. , 23rd Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1955, Portland, Oregon, (1955)
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)
Observations of the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse on Solar Panel Voltage Output at the Starr Ridge, Oregon Snotel Site and on a Home Solar Array in Northern California, Lea, Jon, Lea Jolyne, and Lourence Frederick J. , 86th Annual Western Snow Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico, (2018)
An objective forecast of the snowmelt hydrograph, McCallister, J. P., and Johnson R. , 30th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1962, Cheyenne, Wyoming, (1962)
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Numerical simulation of snow transport deposition, and redistribution, Tesche, T. W. , 56th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1988, Kalispell, Montana, (1988)

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