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Effect of soil priming to spring runoff by fall precipitation on the upper Snake River
Submitted by Armida on Fri, 02/15/2013 - 16:45
|Effect of soil priming to spring runoff by fall precipitation on the upper Snake River
|Year of Conference
|Marr, J. C.
|7th Annual Western Interstate Snow Survey Conference
|Proceedings of the 7th Annual Western Interstate Snow Survey Conference
|American Geophysical Union, Transactions, Part I:
|Antecedent precipitation, Fall precipitation, Snow data, Soil moisture, Water supply forecasting
The effect of fall precipitation as a soil priming factor in predicting irrigation water supply from April first snow survey data is presented. Graphical analysis are illustrated and discussed. Snow survey data at nine courses, and precipitation data for April, May and October at Moran, Wyoming, are tabulated and used in the analysis. Forecasts are determined from the graphs illustrated. Discussion by H.T. Gisborn, Lynn Crandle, O.W. Monson and J.E. Church are included.