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Reconstructing snow water equivalent in the Rio Grande headwaters using remotely sensed snow cover data and a spatially distributed snowmelt model
Snow covered area (SCA) observations from the Landsat Enhanced Thematic Mapper (ETM+) were used in combination with a distributed snowmelt model to estimate snow water equivalent (SWE) in the headwaters of the Rio Grande basin (3,419 km2) - a spatial scale that is an order of magnitude greater than previous reconstruction model applications. In this reconstruction approach, modeled snowmelt over each pixel is integrated over the time of ETM+ observed snow cover to estimate SWE. Considerable differences in the magnitude of SWE were simulated during the study. Basin-wide mean SWE was 2�6 times greater in April 2001 versus 2002. Despite these climatological differences, the model adequately recovered SWE at intensive...
Effect of seasonality of snow accumulation and melt on snow surface energy exchanges at a continental alpine site
Mercury speciation and distribution in a polar desert lake (Lake Hoare, Antarctica) and two glacial meltwater streams
Effects of land cover, water redistribution, and temperature on ecosystem processes in the South Platte basin
Hydrogeologic effects on the quality of water in the Oued Issen watershed, western Upper Atlas Mountains, Morocco
Occurrence and Distribution of Selected Trace Elements in the Upper Rio Grande and Tributaries in Colorado and Northern New Mexico
Hydrochemical Characterization of Alpine and Alpine-subalpine Stream Waters, Colorado Rocky Mountains, U.S.A
Catchment-flowline network and selected model inputs for an enhanced and updated spatially referenced statistical assessment of dissolved-solids load sources and transport in streams of the Upper Colorado River Basin
This USGS data release consists of the synthetic stream network and associated catchments used to develop spatially referenced regressions on watershed attributes (SPARROW) model of dissolved-solids sources and transport in the Upper Colorado River Basin as well as geology and selected Basin Characterization Model (BCM) data used as input to the model.
Use of the recession characteristics of snowmelt hydrographs in the assessment of snow water storage in a basin