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Spatial variability of snowmelt infiltration of frozen soil within the Yukon boreal forest

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Year
2000

Citation

Janowicz, J. R., 2000, Spatial variability of snowmelt infiltration of frozen soil within the Yukon boreal forest: Technical Publication Series - American Water Resources Association, v. 00-1, p. 121-127.

Summary

This paper presents the results of field studies, which were initiated to study the variability of snowmelt infiltration to frozen soil. The overall objective of the study is to develop a practical method of transferring point source infiltration to a hillslope scale. Previous work has led to the development of a parametric relationship which provides a means of estimating point source infiltration rates to frozen soil using field obtainable data (Zhao and Gray, 1999). Preliminary work has been carried to field test the developed relationship within variable settings in the boreal forest ecoregion of southern Yukon, Canada. Tested sites include a variety of vegetation types and associated canopy coverages. Hydrometeorological inputs [...]

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Author :
Janowicz, J. R.

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NWBLCC-20160406.xml

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ISSN http://sciencebase.gov/vocab/identifierScheme 07319789; 1882132505

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