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Published: 08 April 2020
Environmental and Engineering Geoscience (2020) 26 (3): 313–329.
... recharged primarily from snowmelt within the last 70 years, while up-gradient surface water is seasonal runoff from rain and snowmelt. Continuous monitoring of dissolved oxygen (DO) mean concentrations (up-gradient = 1.6 mg/L and down-gradient = 5.7 mg/L) indicated that surface water up-gradient from...
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Series: Geological Society, London, Special Publications
Published: 01 January 2018
DOI: 10.1144/SP462.4
EISBN: 9781786203434
... throughout the year. A substantial amount of snowmelt only occurs when all the snow in a pack reaches isothermal condition. It is therefore very important to know the duration of impact of temperature on snowmelt runoff. Since the Himalayas have very few stations observing hydrological as well...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2017
Vadose Zone Journal (2017) 16 (5): 1–20.
... contribution to streamflow in high-latitude, subhumid, prairie landscapes with flat topography. Three “riparian-to-stream” sites were monitored in southeastern Manitoba, Canada, and four hydrologic events (snowmelt triggered and rainfall triggered) were selected for analysis. A dual water sourcing strategy...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 August 2015
Vadose Zone Journal (2015) 14 (8): vzj2014.12.0182.
...Ryan W. Webb; Steven R. Fassnacht; Michael N. Gooseff Abstract In recent years, regions such as the western United States have been projected to have drastically changing snow and soil moisture conditions in mountainous regions. The importance of subsurface flow during snowmelt for groundwater...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 November 2013
Vadose Zone Journal (2013) 12 (4): vzj2013.03.0064.
... and breakdown, and controls snowmelt infiltration and runoff. These hydrologic processes determine the soil moisture conditions, which affect plant mortality and growth, soil microbial activities, and nutrient (e.g., C and N) cycles. Nutrients leached from the thawed soil, often with rapid infiltration...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 November 2013
Vadose Zone Journal (2013) 12 (4): vzj2013.01.0029.
...), snowmelt dynamics, and periods of water scarcity. This study will help improve the understanding of mechanisms involved in controlling spatiotemporal patterns of soil water isotope compositions, evapotranspiration patterns during growing seasons, and subsurface preferential flow dynamics...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 August 2013
Vadose Zone Journal (2013) 12 (3): vzj2012.0102.
... soil moisture for these areas by using modeled and satellite data is investigated. Specifically, an updated version of a soil water balance model, which takes the snowmelt process into account, is employed. Moreover, satellite-derived soil moisture observations obtained by the Advanced SCATterometer...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 February 2013
Vadose Zone Journal (2013) 12 (1): vzj2012.0059.
...Ying Zhao; Mingbin Huang; Robert Horton; Feng Liu; Stephan Peth; Rainer Horn Abstract Snowmelt infiltration and soil thawing processes are essential for understanding surface and subsurface hydrology under the cold and arid climatic conditions found in grazed Inner Mongolia grassland soils. Over...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 February 2013
Vadose Zone Journal (2013) 12 (1): vzj2012.0061.
...Ying Zhao; Taku Nishimura; Robert Hill; Tsuyoshi Miyazaki Abstract Accurate simulation of snowmelt infiltration and runoff in frozen soil is important for many environmental and engineering issues in cold regions. It is well known that infiltration in frozen soil is dramatically reduced due...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 August 2011
Vadose Zone Journal (2011) 10 (3): 786–799.
... an elevation of 2000 m soils have a paralithic contact (weathered saprolite) that can extend beyond a depth of 1.5 m, facilitating pathways for deep percolation. Soils are wet and not frozen in winter, and dry out in the weeks following spring snowmelt and rain. Based on data from two snowmelt seasons...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 August 2010
Vadose Zone Journal (2010) 9 (3): 517–527.
...T. J. Kelleners; D. G. Chandler; J. P. McNamara; M. M. Gribb; M. S. Seyfried Abstract Snowmelt in mountainous areas is an important contributor to river water flows in the western United States. We developed a distributed model that calculates solar radiation, canopy energy balance, surface energy...
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