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Homogeneity assessment of Swiss snow depth series: comparison of break detection capabilities of (semi-)automatic homogenization methods
Buchmann, M., Coll, J., Aschauer, J., Begert, M., Brönnimann, S., Chimani, B., … Marty, C. (2022). Homogeneity assessment of Swiss snow depth series: comparison of break detection capabilities of (semi-)automatic homogenization methods. Cryosphere, 16(6), 2147-2161. https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-16-2147-2022
GNSS signal-based snow water equivalent determination for different snowpack conditions along a steep elevation gradient
Capelli, A., Koch, F., Henkel, P., Lamm, M., Appel, F., Marty, C., & Schweizer, J. (2022). GNSS signal-based snow water equivalent determination for different snowpack conditions along a steep elevation gradient. Cryosphere, 16(2), 505-531. https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-16-505-2022
Propagating information from snow observations with CrocO ensemble data assimilation system: a 10-years case study over a snow depth observation network
Cluzet, B., Lafaysse, M., Deschamps-Berger, C., Vernay, M., & Dumont, M. (2022). Propagating information from snow observations with CrocO ensemble data assimilation system: a 10-years case study over a snow depth observation network. Cryosphere, 16(4), 1281-1298. https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-16-1281-2022
Modelling supraglacial debris-cover evolution from the single-glacier to the regional scale: an application to High Mountain Asia
Compagno, L., Huss, M., Miles, E. S., McCarthy, M. J., Zekollari, H., Dehecq, A., … Farinotti, D. (2022). Modelling supraglacial debris-cover evolution from the single-glacier to the regional scale: an application to High Mountain Asia. Cryosphere, 16(5), 1697-1718. https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-16-1697-2022
Understanding monsoon controls on the energy and mass balance of glaciers in the Central and Eastern Himalaya
Fugger, S., Fyffe, C. L., Fatichi, S., Miles, E., McCarthy, M., Shaw, T. E., … Pellicciotti, F. (2022). Understanding monsoon controls on the energy and mass balance of glaciers in the Central and Eastern Himalaya. Cryosphere, 16(5), 1631-1652. https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-16-1631-2022
Brief communication: application of a muonic cosmic ray snow gauge to monitor the snow water equivalent on alpine glaciers
Gugerli, R., Desilets, D., & Salzmann, N. (2022). Brief communication: application of a muonic cosmic ray snow gauge to monitor the snow water equivalent on alpine glaciers. Cryosphere, 16(3), 799-806. https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-16-799-2022
Glacier-permafrost relations in a high-mountain environment: 5 decades of kinematic monitoring at the Gruben site, Swiss Alps
Gärtner-Roer, I., Brunner, N., Delaloye, R., Haeberli, W., Kääb, A., & Thee, P. (2022). Glacier-permafrost relations in a high-mountain environment: 5 decades of kinematic monitoring at the Gruben site, Swiss Alps. Cryosphere, 16(5), 2083-2101. https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-16-2083-2022
Automated avalanche mapping from SPOT 6/7 satellite imagery with deep learning: results, evaluation, potential and limitations
Hafner, E. D., Barton, P., Daudt, R. C., Wegner, J. D., Schindler, K., & Bühler, Y. (2022). Automated avalanche mapping from SPOT 6/7 satellite imagery with deep learning: results, evaluation, potential and limitations. Cryosphere, 16(9), 3517-3530. https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-16-3517-2022
Sub-seasonal variability of supraglacial ice cliff melt rates and associated processes from time-lapse photogrammetry
Kneib, M., Miles, E. S., Buri, P., Fugger, S., McCarthy, M., Shaw, T. E., … Pellicciotti, F. (2022). Sub-seasonal variability of supraglacial ice cliff melt rates and associated processes from time-lapse photogrammetry. Cryosphere, 16(11), 4701-4725. https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-16-4701-2022
Long-term firn and mass balance modelling for Abramov Glacier in the data-scarce Pamir Alay
Kronenberg, M., Van Pelt, W., Machguth, H., Fiddes, J., Hoelzle, M., & Pertziger, F. (2022). Long-term firn and mass balance modelling for Abramov Glacier in the data-scarce Pamir Alay. Cryosphere, 16(12), 5001-5022. https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-16-5001-2022
Sentinel-1 snow depth retrieval at sub-kilometer resolution over the European Alps
Lievens, H., Brangers, I., Marshall, H. P., Jonas, T., Olefs, M., & De Lannoy, G. (2022). Sentinel-1 snow depth retrieval at sub-kilometer resolution over the European Alps. Cryosphere, 16(1), 159-177. https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-16-159-2022
Halving of Swiss glacier volume since 1931 observed from terrestrial image photogrammetry
Mannerfelt, E. S., Dehecq, A., Hugonnet, R., Hodel, E., Huss, M., Bauder, A., & Farinotti, D. (2022). Halving of Swiss glacier volume since 1931 observed from terrestrial image photogrammetry. Cryosphere, 16(8), 3249-3268. https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-16-3249-2022
A random forest model to assess snow instability from simulated snow stratigraphy
Mayer, S., van Herwijnen, A., Techel, F., & Schweizer, J. (2022). A random forest model to assess snow instability from simulated snow stratigraphy. Cryosphere, 16(11), 4593-4615. https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-16-4593-2022
Brief communication: a continuous formulation of microwave scattering from fresh snow to bubbly ice from first principles
Picard, G., Löwe, H., & Mätzler, C. (2022). Brief communication: a continuous formulation of microwave scattering from fresh snow to bubbly ice from first principles. Cryosphere, 16(9), 3861-3866. https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-16-3861-2022
Natural climate variability is an important aspect of future projections of snow water resources and rain-on-snow events
Schirmer, M., Winstral, A., Jonas, T., Burlando, P., & Peleg, N. (2022). Natural climate variability is an important aspect of future projections of snow water resources and rain-on-snow events. Cryosphere, 16(9), 3469-3488. https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-16-3469-2022
Elements of future snowpack modeling - Part 1: a physical instability arising from the nonlinear coupling of transport and phase changes
Schürholt, K., Kowalski, J., & Löwe, H. (2022). Elements of future snowpack modeling - Part 1: a physical instability arising from the nonlinear coupling of transport and phase changes. Cryosphere, 16(3), 903-923. https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-16-903-2022
Rain on snow (ROS) understudied in sea ice remote sensing: a multi-sensor analysis of ROS during MOSAiC (Multidisciplinary drifting Observatory for the Study of Arctic Climate)
Stroeve, J., Nandan, V., Willatt, R., Dadic, R., Rostosky, P., Gallagher, M., … Schneebeli, M. (2022). Rain on snow (ROS) understudied in sea ice remote sensing: a multi-sensor analysis of ROS during MOSAiC (Multidisciplinary drifting Observatory for the Study of Arctic Climate). Cryosphere, 16(10), 4223-4250. https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-16-4223-2022
Snowfall and snow accumulation during the MOSAiC winter and spring seasons
Wagner, D. N., Shupe, M. D., Cox, C., Persson, O. G., Uttal, T., Frey, M. M., … Lehning, M. (2022). Snowfall and snow accumulation during the MOSAiC winter and spring seasons. Cryosphere, 16(6), 2373-2402. https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-16-2373-2022
Dynamic crack propagation in weak snowpack layers: insights from high-resolution, high-speed photography
Bergfeld, B., Van Herwijnen, A., Reuter, B., Bobillier, G., Dual, J., & Schweizer, J. (2021). Dynamic crack propagation in weak snowpack layers: insights from high-resolution, high-speed photography. Cryosphere, 15(7), 3539-3553. https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-15-3539-2021
Local-scale variability of seasonal mean and extreme values of in situ snow depth and snowfall measurements
Buchmann, M., Begert, M., Brönnimann, S., & Marty, C. (2021). Local-scale variability of seasonal mean and extreme values of in situ snow depth and snowfall measurements. Cryosphere, 15(10), 4625-4636. https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-15-4625-2021
 

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