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Multi-Channel Ice Penetrating Radar Traverse for Estimates of Firn Density in the Percolation Zone, Western Greenland Ice Sheet, Meehan, Tate, Bradford John, Marshall H.P., Osterberg Erich, Hawley Bob, Hawley Bob, Overly Thomas, Lewis Gabe, Graeter Karina, and McCarthy Forrest , 85th Annual Western Snow Conference, 2017, Boise, Idaho, (2017)
Mt. Hood pressure pillow snow gage, Beaumont, R. H. , 33rd Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1965, Colorado Springs, Colorado, (1965)
Mountain versus sea level rainfall measurements during storms at Juneau, Alaska, Murphy, T. D., and Schamach S. , 33rd Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1965, Colorado Springs, Colorado, (1965)
The mountain snow survey: Its genesis, exodus and revelation, Alter, J. C. , 8th Annual Western Interstate Snow Survey Conference, June 1940, Seattle, Washington, (1940)
Mountain precipitation and hydrology for snow surveys, Farnes, P. E. , 39th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1971, Billings, Montana, (1971)
A Monte Carlo Model for Simulation of Rain-on-Snow Events in the Pacific Northwest, Brunengo, M. J. , 75th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 2007, Kailua-Kona, HI, (2007)
Montane Forest Water Use Under Increased Episodic and Earlier Snowmelt, Cooper, Ava, and Harpold Adrian , 87th Annual Western Snow Conference, Reno, NV, (2019)
The Montana "Sno-Bug", Monson, O. W., and Stutter W. J. , 14th Annual Western Snow Conference, 1946, Sacramento, California, (1946)
Montana Electronic Precipitation Map, Farnes, P. E., Huddleston J., and Flynn K. , 79th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 2011, Stateline, NV, (2011)
Monitoring snowpack conditions with an interactive geostationary satellite system, Allen, M. W., and Mosher F. R. , 54th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1986, Phoenix, Arizona, (1986)
Monitoring snowpack ablation using lysimetry or, sublimation - a forgotten concept in the snow managers' toolbox, Dexter, L. R., Avery C. C., and Delinger W. G. , 63rd Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1995, Sparks, Nevada, (1995)
Monitoring snow grain size for passive microwave studies, Armstrong, R. L., and Rango A. , 60th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1992, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, (1992)
Monitoring Monthly Snowmelt Runoff in the Sierra Nevada to Detect Climate Change, Roos, M. , 75th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 2006, Las Cruces, NM, (2006)
Monitoring global snow cover, Armstrong, R. L. , 59th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1991, Juneau, Alaska, (1991)
Monitoring a rain-on-snow event, Cooley, K. R., and Robertson D. C. , 51st Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1983, Vancouver, Washington, (1983)
A MODIFIED FORCE-RESTORE APPROACH TO MODELING SNOW-SURFACE HEAT FLUXES, Luce, C. H., and Tarboton D. G. , 69th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 2001, Sun Valley, Idaho, (2001)
Modernizaton of the hydrologic data telemetry network in California, McCullough, C. A. , 47th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1979, Sparks, Nevada, (1979)
Modernization of statistical procedures for water supply forecasting, Hartman, R. K., and Henkel A. F. , 62nd Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1994, Sante Fe, New Mexico, (1994)
A modern forecast for Columbia River at Birchbank, B. C., Nelson, M. W., and Simons W. D. , 24th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1956, Penticton, British Columbia, (1956)
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)
Modeling the Effect of Vegetation on the Accumulation and Melting of Snow, Mahat, V., and Tarboton D. G. , 78th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 2010, Logan, UT, (2010)
Modeling Spatial Differences in Snowmelt Runoff Timing, Lott, F. C., and Lundquist J. D. , 76th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 2008, Hood River, OR, (2008)
Modeling snowdrift distribution in a small mountain watershed: Spatial and temporal scale limitations, Sommerfeld, R. L., and Smith J. L. , 66th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1998, Snowbird, Utah, (1998)
Modeling of Snowpack Accumulation and Losses in Mountainous Terrain for Both Snowpack Storage Mapping and Watershed Storage Estimates, Froyland, Hugo, Stackhouse Josh, Schiefer Erik, and Decker Rand , 81st Annual Western Snow Conference, 2013, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, (2013)
Modeling of Snow Water Equivalent Distribution in a Meso-Scale Mountainous Watershed with GIS, Mizukami, N., Decker R., and Julander R. , 71st Annual Western Snow Conference, April 2003, Scottsdale, Arizona, (2003)
Modeling of Interannual Snow Storage for Long-Term Simulation, Ohara, Noriaka, Johnson Ryan, and Heward Jacob , 82nd Annual Western Snow Conference, 2014, Durango, Colorado, (2014)
Modeling crop water use in the Pacific Northwest: The USBR AgriMet program, Palmer, P. L. , 68th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 2000, Port Angeles, Washington, (2000)
A Modeling Approach to Evaluating the Impacts of Climate Change and Mountain Pine Beetle Infestation on Water Resources in the Okanagan Basin, British Columbia, Borden, C., Delaney P., Ying Q., Kobor J., and Guy Brian , 78th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 2010, Logan, UT, (2010)
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)
Model studies of snowdrifts formed by livestock shelters and pond embankments, Jairell, R. L., and Tabler R. D. , 53rd Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1985, Boulder, Colorado, (1985)
A model for updating streamflow forecasts based on aeral snow cover and a precipitation index, Leaf, C. F., and Haeffner A. D. , 39th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1971, Billings, Montana, (1971)
The mission of the Snow, Ice and Permafrost Research Establishment, Lahlum, A. H. , 20th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1952, Sacramento, California, (1952)
Minimizing Measurement Errors in Automated Snowpack Profile Temperature Measurements, Sauter, K. A., and Tanner B. D. , 60th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1992, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, (1992)
The Mill Flat Fire Hydrologic and Flood Potential Evaluation, Julander, R., Vaughn K. S., Bricco M., Uriona B., and Nault B. , 79th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 2011, Stateline, NV, (2011)
Midwinter forecasting of the snow water runoff on years of extremely light or heavy February 1, muntain snow cover, Criddle, W. D., and Marr J. E. , 12th Annual Western Interstate Snow Survey Conference, February 1944, Berkeley, California, (1944)
Microwave studies of snowpack properties, Hall, D. K., Chang A. T. C., Foster J. L., Rango A., and Schmugge T. , 46th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1978, Otter Rock, Oregon, (1978)
Microwave radiometric sensing of the physical parameters of snow, Kennedy, J. M., Sakamoto R. T., and Edgerton A. T. , 35th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1967, Boise, Idaho, (1967)
Microwave measurements of snow stratigraphy and water equivalence, Boyne, H. S., and Ellerbruch D. A. , 47th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1979, Sparks, Nevada, (1979)
Microwave characteristics of snow, Ellerbruch, D. A., Little W. E., Boyne H. S., and Bachman D. D. , 45th Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1977, Albuquerque, New Mexico, (1977)
Micrometeorological measurements and instrumentation to support remote sensing observations of an alpine snowcover, Davis, R. E., Dozier J., and Marks D. , 52nd Annual Western Snow Conference, April 1984, Sun Valley, Idaho, (1984)

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