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Inhomogeneous precipitation distribution and snow transport in steep terrain
Lehning, M., Löwe, H., Ryser, M., & Raderschall, N. (2008). Inhomogeneous precipitation distribution and snow transport in steep terrain. Water Resources Research, 44(7), 1-19. https://doi.org/10.1029/2007WR006545
Fine-scale modelling of the boundary-layer wind field over steep topography
Raderschall, N., Lehning, M., & Schär, C. (2008). Fine-scale modelling of the boundary-layer wind field over steep topography. Water Resources Research, 44(9), 1-18. https://doi.org/10.1029/2007WR006544
Small scale wind field simulations for the steep Gaudergrat ridge using CFX-4 and ARPS; influence of the boundary conditions and comparison with measurements
Hug, C., Faure, F., Lehning, M., Mobbs, S., Raderschall, N., & Hertig, J. A. (2005). Small scale wind field simulations for the steep Gaudergrat ridge using CFX-4 and ARPS; influence of the boundary conditions and comparison with measurements. Hrvatski meteorološki časopis. Croatian Meteorological Journal (40), 46-49.
Review of SNOWPACK and ALPINE3D applications
Lehning, M., Bartelt, P., Bethke, S., Fierz, C., Gustafsson, D., Landl, B., … Stähli, M. (2004). Review of SNOWPACK and ALPINE3D applications. In P. Bartelt, E. Adams, M. Christen, R. Sack, & A. Sato (Eds.), Snow Engineering V. Proceedings of the fifth international conference on snow engineering (pp. 299-307). Balkema Publishers.
Generating artificial vertical soundings over complex terrain from the aLMo model output to drive a high resolution snow-drift model
Spreitzhofer, G., & Raderschall, N. (2004). Generating artificial vertical soundings over complex terrain from the aLMo model output to drive a high resolution snow-drift model. Meteorological Applications, 11(4), 311-318. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1350482704001355
A 3D model for snow drift and snow cover development in steep alpine terrain
Lehning, M., Doorschot, J., Fierz, C., & Raderschall, N. (2002). A 3D model for snow drift and snow cover development in steep alpine terrain. In ISSW proceedings. International snow science workshop proceedings 2002 (pp. 579-589).
Integrated Model Approach to Forecast Snow Drift, Snow Cover and Surface Properties in Alpine Terrain and on Roads
Spreitzhofer, G., Lehning, M., Doorschot, J., Fierz, C., & Raderschall, N. (2002). Integrated Model Approach to Forecast Snow Drift, Snow Cover and Surface Properties in Alpine Terrain and on Roads. In Proceedings 11th International Road Weather Conference in Sapporo (p. (8 pp.).
Measurements and one-dimensional model calculations of snow transport over a mountain ridge
Doorschot, J., Raderschall, N., & Lehning, M. (2001). Measurements and one-dimensional model calculations of snow transport over a mountain ridge. Annals of Glaciology, 32, 153-158. https://doi.org/10.3189/172756401781819616
Combining snow drift and SNOWPACK models to estimate snow loading in avalanche slopes
Lehning, M., Doorschot, J., Raderschall, N., & Bartelt, P. (2000). Combining snow drift and SNOWPACK models to estimate snow loading in avalanche slopes. In E. Hjorth-Hansen, I. Holand, S. Løset, & H. Norem (Eds.), Snow engineering. Recent advances and developments. Proceedings of the fourth international conference on snow engineering (pp. 113-122). Balkema.
Downscaling of SM Forecasts for Alpine Locations to Estimate Input Parameters for Local Snowpack Models
Raderschall, N., & Lehning, M. (1998). Downscaling of SM Forecasts for Alpine Locations to Estimate Input Parameters for Local Snowpack Models. Mesoscale Alpine Programme: MAP Newsletter (9), 34-35.