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Daniel G Marks (Danny)
Boise, Idaho
Hydrology

Phone: (208) 422-0721
Fax: (208) 334-1502
Room 105

800 PARK BLVD., STE 105
BOISE , ID 83712
Projects
Ecohydrology of Mountainous Terrain in a Changing Climate
In-House Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 432406
Applications of isnobal, a Physically-Based Distributed Snowmelt Model, in Support of NRCS Water Supply Forecasting
Interagency Reimbursable Agreement (I)
  Accession Number: 431752
Spatial Snow Density Estimates in Support of ASO: Combining Ground Based Radar and In-Situ Measurements with Energy Balance Modeling
Trust Fund Cooperative Agreement (T)
  Accession Number: 431409

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Data set: 31 years of spatially distributed air temperature, humidity, precipitation amount and precipitation phase from a mountain catchment in the rain-snow transition zone -
Kormos, P.R., Marks, D.G., Seyfried, M.S., Havens, S.C., Hedrick, A., Lohse, K., Masarik, M., Flores, A. 2016. Data set: 31 years of spatially distributed air temperature, humidity, precipitation amount and precipitation phase from a mountain catchment in the rain-snow transition zone. Boise State University, Reynolds Creek Critical Zone Observatory. http://doi.org/10.18122/B2B59V.
Data set: A modeling dataset that spans the rain - snow transition zone: Johnston Draw catchment, Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed, Idaho, USA -
Enslin, C., Godsey, S., Marks, D.G., Kormos, P.R., Seyfried, M.S., Link, T., Mcnamara, J. 2016. Data set: A modeling dataset that spans the rain - snow transition zone: Johnston Draw catchment, Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed, Idaho, USA. Ag Data Commons, USDA National Agricultural Library. http://dx.doi.org/10.15482/USDA.ADC/1258769.
The Airborne Snow Observatory: fusion of scanning lidar, imaging spectrometer, and physically-based modeling for mapping snow water equivalent and snow albedo -
Painter, T., Bormann, K., Deems, J., Marks, D.G., Mckenzie Skiles, S., Mcgurk, B. 2016. The Airborne Snow Observatory: fusion of scanning lidar, imaging spectrometer, and physically-based modeling for mapping snow water equivalent and snow albedo. Remote Sensing of Environment. 184:139-152.
Assessment of the timing of daily peak streamflow during melt season in a snow dominated watershed -
Chen, X., Kumar, M., Wang, R., Winstral, A., Marks, D.G. 2016. Assessment of the timing of daily peak streamflow during melt season in a snow dominated watershed. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 17:2225-2244. doi: 10.1175/JHM-D-15-0152.1.
Ecosystem water availability in juniper versus sagebrush snow-dominated rangelands -
Kormos, P.R., Marks, D.G., Pierson Jr, F.B., Williams, C.J., Hardegree, S.P., Havens, S.C., Hedrick, A., Bates, J.D., Svejcar, A.J. 2017. Ecosystem water availability in juniper versus sagebrush snow-dominated rangelands. Rangeland Ecology and Management. doi: 10.1016/j.rama.2016.05.003.
Data set: weather, snow, and streamflow data from four western juniper-dominated experimental catchments in southwestern Idaho, USA -
Kormos, P.R., Marks, D.G., Boehm, A.R., Havens, S.C., Hedrick, A., Pierson Jr, F.B., Williams, C.J., Hardegree, S.P., Bates, J.D., Svejcar, A., Winstral, A. 2016. Data set: Weather, snow, and streamflow data from four western juniper-dominated experimental catchments in southwestern Idaho, USA, Ag Data Commons, USDA Agricultural Library, http://dx.doi.org/10.15482/USDA.ADC/1254010.
The cold rain-on-snow event of June 2013 in the Canadian Rockies – characteristics and diagnosis -
Pomeroy, J., Fang, X., Marks, D.G. 2016. The cold rain-on-snow event of June 2013 in the Canadian Rockies – characteristics and diagnosis. Hydrological Processes. 30:2899–2914. doi: 10.1002/hyp.10905.
Soil temperature variability in complex terrain measured using fiber-optic distributed temperature sensing -
Seyfried, M.S., Link, T., Marks, D.G., Murdock, M.D. 2016. Soil temperature variability in complex terrain measured using fiber-optic distributed temperature sensing. Vadose Zone Journal. 15(6). doi: 10.2136/vzj2015.09.0128.
The USDA-ARS experimental watershed network-Evolution, lessons learned and moving forward -
Goodrich, D.C., Heilman, P., Moran, M.S., Garbrecht, J.D., Marks, D.G., Bosch, D.D., Sadler, E.J., Romkens, M.J., Harmel, R.D., Kleinman, P.J., Gunter, S.A., Walbridge, M.R. 2015. The USDA-ARS experimental watershed network-Evolution, lessons learned and moving forward. Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds. Proc. Fifth Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds. March 2-5, 2015, North Charleston, South Carolina. e-Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-211. USDA Forest Service, 302.
Modeling temperature and humidity profiles within forest canopies -
Flerchinger, G.N., Reba, M.L., Link, T.E., Marks, D.G. 2015. Modeling temperature and humidity profiles within forest canopies. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 213:251-262.
Snowpack sensitivity to perturbed climate changes in alpine catchements -
Rasouli, K., Pomeroy, J., Marks, D.G. 2015. Snowpack sensitivity to perturbed climate changes in alpine catchements. Hydrological Processes. 29(18):3925-3940.
Water resources: Research network to track alpine water -
Pomeroy, J., Bernhardt, M., Marks, D.G. 2015. Water resources: Research network to track alpine water. Nature. DOI:10.1038/521032c.
Bedrock infiltration estimates from a catchment water storage-based modeling approach in the rain snow transition zone -
Kormos, P., Mcnamara, J., Seyfried, M.S., Marshall, H., Marks, D.G., Flores, A. 2015. Bedrock infiltration estimates from a catchment water storage-based modeling approach in the rain snow transition zone. Journal of Hydrology. 525:231-248.
A unified approach for process-based hydrologic modeling: Part 2. Model implementation and case studies -
Clark, M., Nijssen, B., Lundquist, J., Kavetski, D., Rupp, D., Gutmann, E., Wood, A., Gochis, D., Rasmussen, R., Tarboton, D., Mahat, V., Flerchinger, G.N., Marks, D.G. 2015. A unified approach for process-based hydrologic modeling: Part 2. Model implementation and case studies. Water Resources Research. 51(4):2515-2542.
The use of similarity concepts to represent sub-grid variability in hydrologic and land-surface models: case study in a snowmelt dominated watershed -
Newman, A., Clark, M., Winstral, A.H., Marks, D.G., Seyfried, M.S. 2014. The use of similarity concepts to represent sub-grid variability in hydrologic and land-surface models: case study in a snowmelt dominated watershed. Journal of Hydrometeorology. DOI: 10.1175/JHM-D-13-038.1.
Snow distribution, melt and surface water inputs to the soil in the mountain rain-snow transition zone -
Kormos, P., Marks, D.G., Mcnamara, J., Marshall, H., Winstral, A.H., Flores, A.N. 2014. Snow distribution, melt and surface water inputs to the soil in the mountain rain-snow transition zone. Journal of Hydrology. doi: 10.1016.j.jhydrol.2014.06.051.
Soil, snow, weather, and sub-surface storage data from a mountain catchment in the rain-snow transition zone -
Kormos, P., Marks, D.G., Williams, C.J., Marshall, H., Aishlin, P., Chandler, D., Mcnamara, J.P. 2014. Soil, snow, weather, and sub-surface storage data from a mountain catchment in the rain-snow transition zone. Electronic Publication. 6:165-173.
Long-term snow distribution observations in a mountain catchment: assessing variability, time stability, and the representativeness of an index site -
Winstral, A.H., Marks, D.G. 2014. Long-term snow distribution observations in a mountain catchment: assessing variability, time stability, and the representativeness of an index site. Water Resources Research. 50:293-305. DOI: 10.1002/2012WR013038.
Assessing the sensitivities of distributed snow models to forcing data resolution -
Winstral, A.H., Marks, D.G., Gurney, R. 2014. Assessing the sensitivities of distributed snow models to forcing data resolution. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 15(4):1366-1383.
Evaluation of a two source snow-vegetation energy balance model for estimating surface energy fluxes in a rangeland ecosystem Reprint Icon -
Kongoli, C., Kustas, W.P., Anderson, M.C., Norman, J.M., Alfieri, J.G., Flerchinger, G.N., Marks, D.G. 2014. Evaluation of a two source snow-vegetation energy balance model for estimating surface energy fluxes in a rangeland ecosystem. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 15(1):143-158.
Using satellite imagery and the distributed ISNOBAL energy balance model to derive SWE heterogeneity in mountainous basins -
Evaluation of distributed hydrologic impacts of temperature-index and energy-based snow models -
Kumar, M., Marks, D.G., Dozier, J., Reba, M.L., Winstral, A.H. 2013. Evaluation of distributed hydrologic impacts of temperature-index and energy-based snow models. Advances in Water Resources. 56:77-89. DOI: 10.1016/j.advwatres.2013.03.006.
Anomalous trend in soil evaporation in semi-arid, snow-dominated watersheds -
Rui, W., Mukesh, K., Marks, D.G. 2013. Anomalous trend in soil evaporation in semi-arid, snow-dominated watersheds. Advances in Water Resources. 52:32-40. DOI: 10.1016/j.advwatres.2013.03.004.
An evaluation of methods for determining during-storm precipitation phase and the rain/snow transition elevation at the surface in a mountain basin -
Marks, D.G., Winstral, A.H., Reba, M.L., Pomeroy, J., Kumar, M. 2013. An evaluation of methods for determining during-storm precipitation phase and the rain/snow transition elevation at the surface in a mountain basin. Advances in Water Resources. 55:98-110. DOI: 10.1016/j.advwatres.2012.11.012.
Sensitivity of model parameterizations for simulated latent heat flux at the snow surface for complex mountain sites Reprint Icon -
Reba, M.L., Marks, D.G., Link, T., Pomeroy, J., Winstral, A.H. 2014. Sensitivity of model parameterizations for simulated latent heat flux at the snow surface for complex mountain sites. Hydrological Processes. 28:868-881.
The utility of a thermal-based two-source energy balance model for estimating surface energy fluxes over a snow-dominated landscape -
Kustas, W.P., Kongolli, C., Anderson, M.C., Alfieri, J.G., Flerchinger, G.N., Marks, D.G. 2012. The utility of a thermal-based two-source energy balance model for estimating surface energy fluxes over a snow-dominated landscape [abstract]. Trans American Geophysical Union. 2012 CDROM.
Simulating wind-affected snow accumulations at catchment to basin scales -
Winstral, A., Marks, D., Gurney, R. 2013. Simulating wind-affected snow accumulations at catchment to basin scales. Advances in Water Resources. 55:64-79. DOI: 10.1016/j.advwatres.2012.08.011.
Prediction of seasonal runoff in ungauged basins -
Measurement of surface energy fluxes in a rangeland ecosystem and comparison with a multi-layer canopy model -
Flerchinger, G.N., M.L. Reba, and D. Marks. 2012. Measurement of surface energy fluxes from two rangeland sites and comparison with a multilayer canopy model. Journal of Hydrometeorology 13(3):1038-1051, doi: 10.1175/JHM-D-11-093.1.
Estimating surface sublimation losses from snowpacks in a mountain catchment using eddy covariance and turbulent transfer calculations -
Reba, M.L., Pomeroy, J., Marks, D.G., Link, T. 2012. Estimating surface sublimation losses from snowpacks in a mountain catchment using eddy covariance and turbulent transfer calculations. Hydrological Processes. 26:3699-3711. DOI:10.1002/hyp.8372.
Simulation of snow and soil water content as a basis for satellite retrievals -
Sandells, M., Flerchinger G.N., Gurney R., and Marks, D. 2012. Simulation of snow and soil water content as a basis for satellite retrievals. Hydrology Research. 43(5):720-735.
Utilizing long-term ARS data to compare and contrast hydroclimatic trends from snow and rainfall dominated watersheds Reprint Icon -
Goodrich, D.C., Marks, D.G., Seyfried, M.S., Keefer, T.O., Unkrich, C.L., Anson, E.L., Clark, P., Flerchinger, G.N., Hamerlynck, E.P., Hardegree, S.P., Heilman, P., Holifield Collins, C.D., Moran, M.S., Nearing, M.A., Nichols, M.H., Pierson Jr, F.B., Scott, R.L., Stone, J.J., Van Vactor, S.S., Winstral, A.H., Wong, J.K. 2011. Utilizing long-term ARS data to compare and contrast hydroclimatic trends from snow and rainfall dominated watersheds. Proceedings of the 4th Interagency Conference of Research in the Watersheds, Fairbanks, AK., Sept. 26-30, 2011.
Long-term soil water trends across a 1000 m elevation gradient -
Seyfried, M.S., Marks, D.G., Chandler, D.G. 2011. Long-term soil water trends across a 1000 m elevation gradient. Vadose Zone Journal. 10:1275-1285.
A long-term data set for hydrologic modeling in a snow-dominated mountain catchment Reprint Icon -
Reba, M.L., Marks, D.G., Seyfried, M.S., Winstral, A.H., Kumar, M., Flerchinger, G.N. 2011. A long-term data set for hydrologic modeling in a snow-dominated mountain catchment. Water Resources Research. 47. DOI: 10.1029/2010WR010030.
Water, energy and carbon flux observations from ARS watersheds and agro-ecosystem experimental sites -
Alfieri, J.G., Kustas, W.P., Baker, J.M., Flerchinger, G.N., Phillips, R., Prueger, J.H., Scott, R.L., Skinner, H., Marks, D.G., Hatfield, J.L., Goodrich, D.C., Herrick, J.E., Snyder, K.A. 2011. Water, energy and carbon flux observations from ARS watersheds and agro-ecosystem experimental sites [abstract]. Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds. 2011 CDROM.
Sensitivity of the snowcover energetics in a mountain basin to variations in climate Reprint Icon -
Reba, M.L., Marks, D.G., Winstral, A.H., Link, T.E., Kumar, M. 2011. Sensitivity of the snowcover energetics in a mountain basin to variations in climate. Hydrological Processes. 25(21):3312-3321.
Modeling interannual variability in snow-cover development and melt for a semiarid mountain catchment -
Nayak, A., Marks, D.G., Chandler, D., Winstral, A.H. 2012. Modeling interannual variability in snow-cover development and melt for a semiarid mountain catchment. Journal Hydrologic Engineering. 1:74-84.
A comparison of two open source LiDAR surface classification algorithms -
Tinkham, W.T., Huang, H., Smith, A.M., Shrestha, R., Falkowski, M.J., Hudak, A.T., Link, T.E., Glenn, N.F., Marks, D.G. 2011. A comparison of two open source LiDAR surface classification algorithms. Remote Sensing. 3:638-649.
Long-term water balance and conceptual model of a semi-arid mountainous catchment -
Chauvin, G., Flerchinger, G.N., Link, T.E., Marks, D.G., Winstral, A.H., Seyfried, M.S. 2011. Long-term water balance and conceptual model of a semi-arid mountainous catchment. Journal of Hydrology. 400:133-143.
Surface fluxes and water balance of spatially varying vegetation within a small mountainous headwater catchment Reprint Icon -
Flerchinger, G.N., Marks, D., Reba, M.L. Yu, Q., Seyfried, M.S. 2010. Surface fluxes and water balance of spatially varying vegetation within a small mountainous headwater catchment. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 14:965-978.
Long-term snow, climate and streamflow trends from at the Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed, Owyhee Mountains, Idaho, United States Reprint Icon -
Nayak, A., Marks, D.G., Chandler, D., Seyfried, M.S. 2010. Long-Term Snow, Climate and Streamflow Trends from at the Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed, Owyhee Mountains, Idaho, United States. Water Resources Research,46, W06519, doi: 10.1029/2008WR007525.
Dependence of snowmelt simulations on scaling of the forcing processes -
Simple and Computationally Efficient Modeling of Surface Wind Speeds Over Heterogeneous Terrain -
Modeling wind speed and snow accumulation gradients across complex terrain from typically collected meteorological data -
Preface: Subsurface, surface and atmospheric processes in cold regions hydrology -
Essery, R., D. Marks and P. Marsh, 2009. Preface: Sub-surface, Surface and Atmospheric Processes in Cold Regions Hydrology, Hydrological Processes, 23(1-2):2496–2497, doi: 10.1002/hyp.7365
An assessment of corrections for eddy covariance measured turbulent fluxes over snow in mountain environments -
An assessment of corrections for eddy covariance measured turbulent fluxes over snow in mountain environments Reprint Icon -
Reba, M.L., Link, T.E., Marks, D.G., Pomeroy, J. 2009. An Assessment of Corrections for Eddy Covariance Measured Turbulent Fluxes Over Snow in Mountain Environments. Water Resources Research, 45, W00D38, doi:10.1029/2008WR007045.
The impact of coniferous forest temperature on incoming longwave radiation to melting snow Reprint Icon -
Pomeroy, J., D. Marks, T. Link, C. Ellis, J. Hardy, A. Rowlands and R. Granger, 2009, The Impact of Coniferous Forest Temperature on Incoming Longwave Radiation to Melting Snow, Hydrological Processes, 23(1-2):2513-2525, doi: 10.1002/hyp.7325.
Comparision of algorithms for incoming atmospheric long-wave radiation Reprint Icon -
Flerchinger, G.N., Xiao, W., Marks, D.G., Sauer, T.J., Yu, Q. 2009. Comparision of Algorithms for Incoming Atmospheric Long-Wave Radiation. Water Resources Research, 45. W03423. [doi:10/1029/2008WR007394]
Simulated soil water storage effects on streamflow generation in a mountainous snowmelt environment Reprint Icon -
Seyfried, M.S., Grant, L., Marks, D.G., Winstral, A.H., McNamara, J. 2009. Simulated Soil Water Storage Effects on Streamflow Generation in a Mountainous Snowmelt Environment. Hydrological Processes, 23, 858-873, doi:10.1002/hyp.7211.
Research data collection at the Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed -
Marks, D.G., Seyfried, M.S., Flerchinger, G.N., Winstral, A.H. 2008. Research data collection at the reynolds creek experimental watershed. Journal of Service Climatology 1(1), 1-12.
Inter-annual comparision of measured turbulent fluxes over snow at a wind-sheltered and wind-exposed site using eddy covariance Reprint Icon -
Reba, M., D. Marks, T. Link and J. Pomeroy, 2009, Inter-Annual Comparison of Measured Turbulent Fluxes over Snow at a Wind-Sheltered and Wind-Exposed Site Using Eddy Covariance. In: Hydrology in Mountain Regions: Observations, Processes and Dynamics,IAHS Publication 326, Center for Ecology and Hydrology, edited by Pomeroy, J. and MArks, D. p. 34-40.
An efficient method for distributing wind speeds over heterogeneous terrain Reprint Icon -
Winstral, A.H., Marks, D.G., Gurney, R. 2009. An Efficient Method for Distributing Wind Speeds over Heterogeneous Terrain. Hydrological Processes, Volume 23(17):2526-2535.
Correction of electronic record for weighing bucket precipitation gauge measurements Reprint Icon -
Nayak, A., Chandler, D., Marks, D.G., Mcnamara, J., Seyfried, M.S. 2008. Correction of electronic record for weighing bucket precipitation gauge measurements. Water Resources Research, 44, W00D11, doi:10.1029/2008WR006875.
Comparing simulated and measured sensible and latent heat fluxes over snow under a pine canopy -
Marks, D.G., Reba, M., Pomeroy, J., Link, T., Winstral, A.H., Flerchinger, G.N., Elder, K. 2008. Comparing simulated and measured sensible and latent heat fluxes over snow under a pine canopy to improve an energy balance snowmelt model. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 9:1506-1522.
Radiative transfer modeling of a coniferous canopy characterized by airborne remote sensing -
Essery, R., Bunting, P., Hardy, J., Link, T., Marks, D.G., Melloh, R., Pomeroy, J., Rowlands, A., Rutter, N. 2008. Radiative Transfer Modeling of a Coniferous Canopy Characterized by Airborne Remote Sensing. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 9, 228-241, doi:10.1175/2007JHM870.1.
Spatial variability of shortwave irradiance for snowmelt in forests -
Pomeroy, J., Rowlands, A., Hardy, J., Link, T., Marks, D.G., Essery, R., Sicart, J., Ellis, C. 2008. Spatial Variability of Shortwave Irradiance for Snowmelt in Forests. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 9:1482-1490.
Modeling time-series wind fields over a semi-arid mountain catchment Reprint Icon -
Winstral, A., D. Marks and R. Gurney, 2009, Modeling Time-Series Wind Fields Over a Semi-Arid Mountain Catchment, In: Hydrology in Mountain Regions: Observations, Processes and Dynamics (Proceedings of Symposium HS1003 at IUGG2007, Perugia, July 2007), IAHS Publication 326:11-17.
Sensitivity of the seasonal snowcover to warming climate trends in a snow dominated semi-arid mountain basin -
Nayak, A., Marks, D.G., Chandler, D., Winstral, A.H. 2007. Sensitivity of the seasonal snowcover to warming climate trends in a snow dominated semi-arid mountain basin. EOS Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 88(52) Fall Meeting Supplement, Abstract C34A-02.
Evaluation of measured and simulated turbulent components of a snow cover energy balance model in order to refine the turbulent transfer algorithm -
Reba, M., Marks, D.G., Link, T., Pomeroy, J., Winstral, A.H. 2007. Evaluation of measured and simulated turbulent componets of a snow cover energy balance model in order to refine the turbulent transfer algorithm. EOS Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 88(52) Fall Meeting Supplement, Abstract C34A-07.
Inter-annual comparison of measured turbulent fluxes over snow at a wind-sheltered and wind-exposed site using eddy covariance -
Reba, M., Marks, D.G., Link, T., Pomeroy, J. 2007. Inter-annual comparison of measured turbulent fluxes over snow at a wind-sheltered and wind-exposed site using eddy covariance. Presented in IAHS Symposium HS1003: Hydrology in Mountain Regions: Observations, Processes and Dynamics, The 24th General Assembly of the IUGG, Perugia, Italy, July 2-13, 2007.
Modeling time-series wind fields over a semi-arid mountain catchment -
Winstral, A.H., Marks, D.G., Gurney, R. 2007. Modeling time-series wind fields over a semi-arid mountain catchment. Presented in IAHS Symposium HS1003: Hydrolgy in Mountain Regions: Observations, Processes and Dynamics, The 24th General Assembly of teh IUGG, Perugia, Italy, July 2-13, 2007.
Simple and computationally efficient modeling of surface wind speeds over heterogeneous terrain -
Winstral, A.H., Marks, D.G., Gurney, R. 2007. Simple and Computationally efficient modeling of surface wind speeds over heterogeneous terrain. EOS Trasnactions of the American Geophysical Union, 88(52) Fall Meeting Supplement, Abstract C21-0469.
Terrain and forest shelter effects on snowcover energetics, patterns of snow deposition, snowmelt and runoff over a semi-arid mountain catchment -
Terrain and forest shelter effects on snowcover energetics, patterns of snow deposition, snowmelt and runoff over a semi-arid mountain catchment -
Marks, D.G., Winstral, A.H., Pomeroy, J., Nayak, A., Reba, M. 2007. Terrain and forest shelter effects on snowcover energetics, patterns of snow deposition, snowmelt and runoff over a semi-arid mountain catchment. EOS Transactions of teh American Geophysical Union, 88(52) Fall Meeting Supplement, Abstract C21-0466.
Finding the rain/snow transition elevation during storm events in mountain basins -
Marks, D.G., Winstral, A.H. 2007. Finding the rain/snow transition elevation during storm events in mountain basins. Presented in Joint symposium JHW001: INteractions between snow, vegetation and the atmosphere, The 24th General Assembly of the IUGG, Perugia, Italy, July 2-13, 2007.
Long-term trends in snow and hydro-climatic parameters over a mountainous catchment in the western united states -
Marks, D.G., Nayak, A., Chandler, D., Winstral, A.H. 2007. Long-term trends in snow and hydro-climatic parameters over a mountainous catchment in the western united states. Presented in Joint Symposium JHW002: Climate-Permafrost-Hydrology Interactions: The Impact of Changing Climate on Cold Regions Hydrology, The 24th General Assembly of teh IUGG, Perugia, Italy, July 2-13, 2007.
Snowcover interaction with climate, topography & vegetation in mountain catchments in catchments -
Marks, D.G. 2007. Snowcover interaction with climate, topography & vegetation in mountain catchments in catchments.Invited presentation at University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada, February 6,2007. (Presenation can be viewed at the above web site.)
Vegetation and topography effects on snowcover energetics in mountain catchments -
Marks, D.G. 2007. Vegetation and topography effects on snowcover energetics in mountain catchments. Invited presenation at the Second Annual IP3 Workshop, University of Waterloo, Canada, November 7-10,2007. (Presentation can be viewed at the above web site.)
Measuring and monitoring snow deposition, properties and processes in mountain catchments of Western North America -
Marks, D.G. 2007. Measuring and monitoring snow deposition, properties and processes in mountain catchments of Western North America. Invited presenation at the North American Hydro=climate Workshop, Boulder, Colorado, October 17-19, 2007. (Presentation can be viewed at the above web site)
Rapid streamflow generation from subsurface flow -
Seyfried, M.S., Grant, L., Marks, D.G. 2007. Rapid streamflow generation from subsurface flow. Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium Proceedings.
Scaling and parameterization of clear-sky solar radiation over complex topography -
Essery, R., Marks, D.G. 2007. Scaling and parameterization of clear-sky solar radiation over complex topography. Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres, 112(D10122), doi: 10.1029/2006JD007650
Scaling and parametrization of clear-sky solar radiation over complex topography -
Essery. R., and Marks, D., (2007) Scaling and parametrization of clear-sky solar radiation over complex topography, Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 112, D10122.
45 years of climate and hydrologic research conducted at the Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed -
Flerchinger, G.N., Marks, D.G., Seyfried, M.S., Pierson Jr, F.B., Nayak, A., Hardegree, S.P., Winstral, A.H., and Clark, P. 2007. 45 years of climate and hydrologic research conducted at the reynolds creek experimental watershed. pp 135-143. In: J.R. Rogers (ed.), Environmental and Water Resources: Milestones in Engineering History. Sponsored by ASCE Environmental and Water Resources Institute (EWRI) National History & Heritage Committee. American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston, VA. 168p.
Modeling surface winds in mountainous catchments as a function of topography and vegetation -
Marks, D., and Winstral, A. 2006. Modeling surface winds in mountainous catchments as a function of topography and vegetation. EOS Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 87(52) Fall Meeting Supplement, ABS C21B-1173.
Generating distributed forcing fields for spatial hydrologic modeling -
Nayak, A., Marks, D., Chandler, D., and Winstral, A. 2006. Generating distributed forcing fields for spatial hydrologic modeling. EOS Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 87(52) Fall Meeting Supplement, Abs C21B-1171.
The Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed: A hydro-geo-climatic observatory for the 21st century -
Marks, D., Seyfried, M., Flerchinger, G., and Winstral, A. 2006. The Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed: A Hydro-Geo-Climactic Observatory for the 21st Century. EOS Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 87(52) Fall Meeting Supplement, Abs H51D-0510.
Snow modeling in the Klamath River Basin: understanding the factors controlling snow distribution and melt -
Morehead, M., Garen, D., and Marks, D. 2006. Snow modeling in the Klamath River Basin: Understanding the factors controlling snow distribution and melt. EOS Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 87(52) Fall Meeting Supplement, Abs C21B-1174
A comparison of measured and modeled turbulent fluxes over snow based on site characteristics -
Reba, M., Marks, D., Link, T., and Pomeroy, J. 2006. A comparison of measured and modeled turbulent fluxes over snow based on site characteristics. EOS Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 87(52), Fall Meeting Supplement, Abs C12A-08
Sub-canopy radiant energy during snowmelt in uniform and non-uniform forests spanning a latitudinal transect -
Link, T., Essery, T., Hardy, J., Marks, D., Pomeroy, J., Reba, M., and Sicart, J. 2006. Sub-canopy radiant energy during snowmelt in uniform and non-uniform forests spanning a latitudinal transect. EOS Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 87(52), Fall Meeting Supplement, Abs C21B-1144.
Surface-subsurface flow linkage in a snowmelt environment -
Seyfried,M.S., Marks, D.G., Grant, L., and Winstral, A.H. 2006. Surface-subsurface flow linkage in a snowmelt environment, EOS trans AGU 87(52). Fall meeting supp H32B-01.
Surface-subsurface flow linkage in a snowmelt environment -
Seyfried, M., Marks, D., Grant, L., and Winstral, A. 2006. Surface-subsurface flow linkage in a snowmelt environment. EOS Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 87(52) Fall Meeting Supplement, Abs H32B-01.
Impact of soil water storage and distribution on snowmelt generated streamflow -
Seyfried, M.S., Grant, L.E., Marks, D., and Winstral, A. 2006. Impact of Soil Water Storage and Distribution on Snowmelt Generated Streamflow. Proceedings of the Canadian Geophysical Union, May 14-17, 2006, Banff, Canada, p. 118
Climate and hydrologic research conducted at the Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed -
Flerchinger, G., Marks, D., Hardegree, S., Winstral, A., Seyfried, M., Pierson, F., and Clark, P. 2006. Climate and Hydrologic Research Conducted at the Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed. Owyhee Outpost, A Journal of the History of the Owyhee County 37:72-91.
Sub-canopy radiant energy during snowmelt in uniform and non-uniform forests spanning the North American Cordillera -
Marks, D., Link, T., Reba, M., Essery, R., Hardy, J., Pomeroy, J., and Sicart, J. 2006. Sub-canopy radiant energy during snowmelt in uniform and non-uniform forests spanning the North American Cordillera, Eos, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, Joint Assembly Supplement, 87(36): Abstract A33D-07
Snowcover and climate, topography and vegetation in semi-arid mountain catchments -
Marks, D., Pomeroy, J., Winstral, Link, T., Seyfried, M. and Essery, R. 2005. Snowcover and climate, topography and vegetation in semi-aris mountain catchments. Abstract C21A-1072, Eos, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 86(52):F432.
Interaction between climate, topography, vegetation, and snowcover in semi-arid mountain catchments -
Marks, D., and Winstral, A. 2005. Interaction between climate, topography, vegetation and snowcover in semi-aris mountain catchments, Invited presentation, abstract volume, 31st annual meeting of the canadian geophysical union, May 8-11, 2005. Abstract 160
Interaction between climate, topography, vegetation and snowcover -
Marks, D. 2005. Interaction between climate, topography, vegetation and snowcover. Paper 64-3, Invited Presentation, Geological Society of American abstract, 37(7): 161
Intergrated snow, soil and water-balance measurement strategy for multi-scale environmental observations in mountain areas -
Bales, R.C., Molotch, N.P., Marks, D., and Small, E.E. 2005. Integrated snow, soil and water-balance measurement strategy for multi-scale environmental observations in mountain areas. abstract H34D-04, Eos, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 86(52):F829
Modeling variabilty in radiative fluxes on snow surfaces beneath coniferous canopies -
Essery, R., Hardy, J. Link, T., Marks, D., Pomeroy, J., Rowlands, A., and Rutter, N. 2005. Modelling variability in radiative fluxes on snow surfaces beneath coniferous canopies. abstract C21A-1075, Eos, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 86(52):F432
Small-scale spatial variability of sub-canopy radiant energy during snowmelt in decidous and confierous forest patches -
Link, T.E., Reba, M.L., Essery, R.L., Hardy, J.P., Marks, D., and Pomeroy, J.W. 2005. Small-scale spatial variability of sub-canopy radiant energy during snowmelt in deciduous and coniferous forest patches, abstract C21A-1073, Eos, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 86(52): F432
The sensitivity of snowmelt processes to meterological conditions and forest cover during rain-on-snow -
Marks, D., 2005. The sensitivity of snowmelt processes to meteorological conditions and forest cover during rain-on-snow, abstract GC32A-05, Invited Presentation, Eos, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 86(52):F623
The analysis of the trends in hydro-climatic parameters of a mountainous catchment in the western United States -
Nayak, A., Marks, D., and Chandler, D.G. 2005. The analysis of the trends in hydro-climatic parameters of a mountainous catchment in the western United States, abstract H52B-04, Eos, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 86(52):F907
Snowmelt in an arctic mountain shrub tundra -
Pomeroy, J.W., Bewley, D.S., Essery, R.L., Granger, R.J., Link, T., and Marks, D. 2005. Snowmelt in an arctic mountain shrub tundra, abstract C21A-1071, Invited Poster, Eos, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 86(52):F432
Comparision of estimation methods to determine turbulent fluxes over snow in a mountainous forested environment -
Reba, Michele L., Marks, D., Link, Timothy, and Winstral, A. 2005. Comparison of estimation methods to determine turbulent fluxes over snow in a mountainous forested environment. abstract C21A-1068, Eos, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 86(52):F431
Vadose zone effects on snowmelt generated streamflow -
Seyfried, M., Grant, L., and Marks, D. 2005. Vadose zone effects on snowmelt generated streamflow, abstract C21A-1070, Eos, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 86(52):F431
Measuring winter precipitation in a mountain catchment -
Winstral, A., Marks, D., and Van Vactor, S., 2005. Measuring winter precipitation in a mountain catchment, abstract C21A-1058, Eos, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 86(52):F429-F430
Spatially distributed energy balance snowmelt modeling in a mountainous river basin: estimation of meteorological inputs and verification of model results -
Garen, D.C., Marks, D. 2005. Spatially distributed energy balance snowmelt modelling in a mountainous river basin: Estimated of inputs and verification of model results. Journal of Hydrology, 315:126-153
Sampling designs for heterogeneous snow distributions -
Winstral, A., and Marks, D. 2005. Sampling designs for heterogeneous snow distributions. abstract volume, 31st Annual Meeting of the Canadian Geophysical Union, May 8-11, 2005. Abstract 147
The importance of canopy structure in controlling the interception loss of rainfall: examples from a young and an old-growth Douglas Fir forest -
Pypker, T.G., Bond, B.J., Link, T.E., Marks, Danny, and Usworth, M.H. The importance of canopy structure in controlling the interception loss of rainfall: Examples from a young and an old-growth Doughlas-fir forest, Elsevier, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 130 (2005) 113-129.
Water relations of an old-growth Douglas Fir stand -
Link, T.E., G.N. Flerchinger, M. Unsworth, and D. Marks. 2005. Water relations of old-growth Douglas fir stands. In: C. De Jong, D. Collins, and R. Ranzi (eds.), Climate & Hydrology in Mountain Areas. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., Chichester, England. Chap 11: pp.147-159.
A deterministic method to characterize canopy radiative transfer properties -
Link, T., Marks, D., and Hardy, J. 2004. A deterministic method to characterize canopy radiative transfer properties (abstract). Hydrological Processes, Vol 18. pgs 3583-3594.
Simulation of vegetation, soil characteristics, and topography effects on soil water distribution and streamflow timing over a semi-arid mountain catchment -
Grant, L., Seyfried, M., Marks, D., and Winstral, A. 2004. Simulation of vegetation, soil characteristics, and topography effects on soil water distribution and streamflow timing over a semi-arid mountain catchment (abstract). American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting Supplement (CD-ROM) 85(47).
Reynolds Mountain east and Upper Sheep Creek experimental catchments for cold season hydrologic research -
Seyfried, M., Marks, D., Flerchinger, G., Winstral, A., Murdock, M., 2004. Reynolds Mountain East and Upper Sheep Creek: Experimental Catchments for Cold Season Hydrologic Research. Abstract H31C-0401 In: EOS Transactions Vol 85 (47) Supplement, American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C. (CD-ROM abstract)
The detection and correction of snow water equivalent pressure sensor errors -
Johnson, J., and Marks, D. 2004. The detection and correction of snow water equivalent pressure sensor errors. Hydrological Processes, abstract, Vol 18, pgs 3513-3525.
Stratified random sampling techniques for snow surveys of mountainous basins -
Winstral, A., Marks, D. 2004. Stratified Random Sampling Techniques for Snow Surveys of Mountainous Basins, EOS Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, Vol 85 (47) F446 (CD-ROM abstract)
ETRS arrays: a boundary layer to water table total flux measurement system -
Marks, D., Duffy, C.J., and Seyfried, M., 2004. ETRS Arrays: A boundary layer to water table total flux measurement system, EOS Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, Vol 85 (47): F801 (CD-ROM abstract)
Variations in below canopy turbulent flux from snow in north american mountain environments -
Essery, R., Marks, D., Pomeroy, J., Granger, R., Reba, M., Hedstrom, N., Link, T., and Winstral, A. 2004. Variations in Below Canopy Turbulent Flux from Snow in North American Moutain Environments, EOS Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, Vol 85, (47): F450 (CD-ROM)
A water balance approach to characterzing the hydroclimatology of a mountainous semi-arid catchment -
Chauvin, G., Flerchinger, G., Marks, D., Link, T. 2004. A Water Balance Approach to Characterizing the Hydroclimatology of a Mountainous Semi-arid Catchment. (abstract C31A-0310 In: EOS Transactions Vol. 85, No. 47, Supplement. American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C. (CD-ROM)
Variability of the below canopy thermal structure over snow -
Hardy, J.P., Marks, D., Link, T., and Koenig, G. 2004. Variability of the below canopy thermal structure over snow, EOS Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, Vol 85 (47): F448 (CD-ROM abstract)
EDDY Covariance (EC) over snow in a mountainous environment to determine sensible and latent heat and mass fluxes -
Reba, M.L., Marks, D., Link, T., and Winstral, A. 2004. Eddy Covariance (EC) over snow in a moutainous environment to determine sensible and latent heat and mass fluxes, EOS Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, Vol 85 (47): F446 (CD_ROM abstract)
Toward a continental-scale mesonet: the USDA National Conservation Service SCAN-SNOTEL system -
Schaffer, G., Marks, D. 2004. Toward a Continental-Scale Mesonet: The USDA National Resources Conservation Service SCAN-SNOTEL System, EOS Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, Vol 85 (47): F801 (CD-ROM Abstract)
Linking an energy-balance snow model (SNOBAL) to a soil temperature and moisture model (SHAW) -
Davidov, S., Marks, D., Flerchinger, G., and Garen. D. 2004. Linking an Energy-Balance Snow Model (SNOBAL) to a Soil Temperature. Abstract C31A-0286 In: EOS Transactions Vol. 85, No. 47, Supplement. American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C. (CD-ROM)
A sensitivity study of daytime net radiation during snowmelt to forest canopy and atmospheric conditions -
Sicart, J.E., Pomeroy, J.W., Essery, Richard, Hardy, J., Link, T., and Marks, Danny. Journal of Hydrometeorology - Special Section 2004, A sensitivity study of daytime net radiation during snowmelt to forest canopy and atmospheric conditions, abstract: vol 5, pp 774-784.
Solar radiation transmission through conifer canopies -
Solar radiation transmission through conifer canopies -
Hardy, J.P., Melloh, R., Koenig, G., Marks, D., Winstral, A., Pomeroy, J.W., and Link.T., Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 2004; Solar radiation transmission through conifer canopies, abstract: vol 126: pp 257-270
Simulation of water and energy fluxes in an old growth seasonal temperate rainforest using the simultaneous heat and water (SHAW) model -
Link, Timothy E., Flerchinger, Gerald N., Unsworth, Mike, Marks, Danny. 2004. Simulation of water and energy fluxes in an old-growth seasonal temperate rain forest using the simultaneous heat and water (SHAW) model, abstract, American Meteorological Society, p.443-457.
Comparison of snow cover energetics during spring at open and forested sites -
Marks, D., Winstral A. 2004. Comparison of snow cover energetics during spring at open and forested sites. Abstract EOS Transactions, v. 85(17) supplement, American Geophysical Union, CD-ROM abstract.
Distribution of soil dynamics in a small mountain catchment -
Grant, L.E., and Seyfried, M.S., Marks, D., Winstral, A., McNamara, J., Murdock, M. 2003. Distribution of soil moisture dynamics in a small mountain catchment. Abstract C41B-09 In: EOS Transactions, v. 84(46) supplement, American Geophysical Union, CD_ROM
The interception dynamics of a seasonal temperate rainforest -
Link, Timothy E., Unsworth, Mike, and Marks, D., Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 2004; The dynamics of rainfall interception by a seasonal temperate rainforest, abstract, vol. 124, pp. 171-191.
Components and controls of water flux in an old growth Douglas Fir/western Hemlock ecosystem -
Unsworth, M.H., Phillips, N., Link, T., Bond, B., Falk, M., Harmon, M., Hinckley, T., Marks, D., Paw-U K-T. 2004. Components and controls of water flux in an old growth douglas fir/western hemlock ecosystem. Ecosystems 7:1-14.
Measured and predicted solar transmission through conifer canopies -
Hardy,J., Marks, D., Melloh, R., Winstral, A., Koenig, G. 2003. Measured and predicted solar transmission through conifer canopies. EOS Transactions, v. 84(46), supplement, American Geophysical Union CD-ROM abstract.
Methods to identify and correct snow water equivalent pressure sensor measurement errors to improve estimates of water stored as snow -
Johnson, J. Marks, D., 2003. Methods to identify and correct snow water equivalent pressure sensor measurements errors to improve estimates of water stored as snow. EOS Transactions, v. 84(46) supplement, American Geophysical Union, CD-ROM abstract.
Iinfluence of sub-grid variabilty of snow deposition and ablation in North American Mountain Environments: implications of upscaling to meso-scale representations -
Marks, Daniel G., Flerchinger, Gerald N., Seyfried, Mark S.,Influence of sub-grid variability on snow deposition and ablation in North American Mountain Environments: Implications for Upscaling to Meso-scale Representations. 2003, p. 437-443.
Simulating wind fields and snow redistribution using terrain-based parameters to model snow accmulation and melt over a semi-arid mountain catchment -
Winstral, Adam, Marks, Danny., Simulating wind fields and snow redistribution using terrain-based parameters to model snow accumulation and melt over a semi-arid mountain catchment. Hydrological Processes 2002, v. 16, p. 3585-3603.
Simulation of terrain and forest shelter effects on patterns of snow deposition, snowmelt and runoff over a semi-arid mountain catchment -
Marks, D.G., Winstral, A.H., and Seyfried, M.S. 2002. Simulation of terrain and forest shelter effects on patterns of snow deposition, snowmelt and runoff over a semi-arid mountain catchment. Hydrological Processes 16:3605-3626.
THIRTY-FIVE YEARS OF RESEARCH DATA COLLECTION AT THE REYNOLDS CREEK EXPERIMENTAL WATERSHED, IDAHO, UNITED STATES -
Slaughter, Charles W., Marks, Danny, Flerchinger, Gerald N., Van Vactor, Steven S, and Burgess, Mike, Thirty-five years of research data collection at the Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed, Idaho, United States. Water Resources Research 2001, v. 37, no. 11, p. 2819-2823.
LONG-TERM SNOW DATABASE, REYNOLDS CREEK EXPERIMENTAL WATERSHED, IDAHO, UNITED STATES -
Marks, Danny, Cooley, Keith R., Robertson, David C., and Winstral, Adam. Long-term snow database, Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed, Idaho, United States. Water Resources Research, v. 37, no. 11, p. 2835-2838.
GEOGRAPHIC DATABASE, REYNOLDS CREEK EXPERIMENTAL WATERSHED, IDAHO, UNITED STATES -
Seyfried, M., Harris, R., Marks, D., and Jacob, B., Geographic database, Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed, Idaho, United States. Water Resources Research 2001, v.37, no. 11, p. 2825-2829.
Introduction to special section: Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed -
Marks, Daniel G., Introduction to Special Section: Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed, Water Resources Research, journal, pp 2817, v. 37, 2001.
SPATIALLY-DISTRIBUTED SNOWMELT, WATER BALANCE AND STREAMFLOW MODELLING FOR A LARGE MOUNTAINOUS CATCHMENT: BOISE RIVER, IDAHO, USA -
Garen, D.C., J. Geyer, A. Schumann and D. Marks 2001. Spatially-distributed snowmelt, water balance and streamflow modelling for a large mountainous catchment: Boise River, Idaho, USA. In: Soil-Vegetation-Atmosphere Transfer Schemes and large-Scale Hydrological Models, IAHS publication 270, 199-207.
SPATIAL FIELDS OF METEOROLOGICAL INPUT DATA INCLUDING FOREST CANOPY CORRECTIONS FOR AN ENERGY BUDGET SNOW SIMULATION MODEL -
Garen, D.C. and D. Marks, 2001. Spatial fields of meteorological input data including forest canopy corrections for an energy budget snow simulation model. In: Soil-Vegetation-Atmosphere Transfer Schemes and Large-Scale Hydrological Models, IAHS publication 270, 349-353.
LONG-TERM CLIMATE DATABASE: REYNOLDS CREEK EXPERIMENTAL WATERSHED, IDAHO USA -
Hanson, Clayton L., Marks, Daniel G., Van Vactor, Steven S., Long-Term Climate Database: Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed, Idaho USA., Water Resources Research, journal, pp 2839-2841, v. 37, 2001.
COMPARISON OF SNOW DEPOSITION, SNOW COVER ENERGY BALANCE AND SNOWMELT AT TWO SITES IN A SEMI-ARID MOUNTAIN BASIN -
Marks, Daniel G., Winstral, Adam H., Comparison of Snow Deposition, Snow Cover Energy Balance and Snowmelt at Two Sites in a Semi-Arid Mountain Basin; Journal of Hydrometeorology, pp. 213-227, v.2., 2001.
SIMULATING SNOWMELT PROCESSES DURING RAIN-ON-SNOW OVER A SEMI-ARID MOUNTAIN BASIN -
Marks, Daniel G., Link, Tim, Winstral, Adam H., Garen, David; Simulating Snowmelt Processes During Rain-On-Snow Over a Semi-Arid Mountain Basin, Annals of Glaciology, journal, pp. 195-202, v. 32, 2001.
TOPOGRAPHIC AND CANOPY CONTROLS ON SNOW DEPOSITION, SNOW-COVER ENERGY BALANCE AND SNOWMELT -
Marks, Daniel G., Winstral, Adam H., Van Vactor, Steven S., Robertson, David C., Davis R.E., Topographic and Canopy Controls on Snow Deposition, Snow-Cover Energy Balance and Snowmelt, International Assoc. of Hydrological Sciences, Book Chapter Title - Remote Sensing Hydrology 2000, pp. 129-135, 2001.
A SPATIALLY DISTRIBUTED ENERGY BALANCE SNOWMELT MODEL FOR APPLICATION IN MOUNTAIN BASINS -
DISTRIBUTED SIMULATION OF SNOWCOVER MASS-AND ENERGY-BALANCE IN THE BOREAL FOREST -
METHODS FOR DEVELOPING TIME-SERIES CLIMATE SURFACES TO DRIVE TOPOGRAPHICALLY DISTRIBUTED ENERGY-AND WATER-BALANCE MODELS -
POINT SIMULATION OF SEASONAL SNOWCOVER DYNAMICS BENEATH BOREAL FOREST CANOPIES -
POINT AND DISTRIBUTED SIMULATION OF SNOWCOVER MASS-AND ENERGY-BALANCE IN A BOREAL FOREST -
SIMULATION OF SNOWCOVER DEVELOPMENT AND ABLATION OVER A MOUNTAIN BASIN WITH CORRECTION FOR CANOPY EFFECTS -
HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DATA PREPARATION FOR A SPATIALLY DISTRIBUTED ENERGY BUDGET SNOWMELT MODEL -
SNOW ACCUMULATION AND MELT, UPPER FREMONT GLACIER, WIND RIVER RANGE, WYOMING, 1997-98 -
THE SENSITIVITY OF SNOWMELT PROCESSES TO CLIMATE CONDITIONS AND FOREST COVER DURING RAIN-ON-SNOW: A STUDY OF THE 1996 PACIFIC NORTHWEST FLOOD -
METHODS FOR DEVELOPING TIME-SERIES CLIMATE SURFACES TO DRIVE TOPOGRAPHICALLY DISTRIBUTED SNOWMELT MODELS -
DISTRIBUTED SIMULATION OF SNOWCOVER MASS AND ENERGY BALANCE IN THE BOREAL FOREST -
SPATIALLY DISTRIBUTED ENERGY BALANCE SNOWMELT MODELLING IN A MOUNTAINOUS RIVER BASIN -
DEVELOPING TIME-SERIES CLIMATE SURFACES TO DRIVE TOPOGRAPHICALLY DISTRIBUTED ENERGY-AND WATER-BALANCE MODELS -
A SPATIALLY DISTRIBUTED ENERGY BALANCE SNOWMELT MODEL FOR APPLICATION IN MOUNTAIN BASINS -
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