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Monitoring spatial and temporal differences in Andean snow depth derived from satellite tri-stereo photogrammetry
Shaw, T. E., Deschamps-Berger, C., Gascoin, S., & McPhee, J. (2020). Monitoring spatial and temporal differences in Andean snow depth derived from satellite tri-stereo photogrammetry. Frontiers in Earth Science, 8, 579142 (16 pp.). https://doi.org/10.3389/feart.2020.579142
Monitoring of snow cover ablation using very high spatial resolution remote sensing datasets
Eker, R., Bühler, Y., Schlögl, S., Stoffel, A., & Aydın, A. (2019). Monitoring of snow cover ablation using very high spatial resolution remote sensing datasets. Remote Sensing, 11(6), 699 (20 pp.). https://doi.org/10.3390/rs11060699
Photogrammetric snow depth mapping: evaluation of different platforms and sensors
Eberhard, L., Marty, M., Stoffel, A., Kenner, R., & Bühler, Y. (2018). Photogrammetric snow depth mapping: evaluation of different platforms and sensors. In International snow science workshop proceedings 2018 (pp. 403-407).
SFM-based 3D point clouds in determination of snow depth from high-resolution UAS data as alternative methods: is it possible to use?
Eker, R., Aydin, A., Bühler, Y., & Stoffel, A. (2018). SFM-based 3D point clouds in determination of snow depth from high-resolution UAS data as alternative methods: is it possible to use? In International snow science workshop proceedings 2018 (pp. 398-402).
Uneven winter snow influence on tree growth across temperate China
Wu, X., Li, X., Liu, H., Ciais, P., Li, Y., Xu, C., … Zhang, C. (2018). Uneven winter snow influence on tree growth across temperate China. Global Change Biology, 25, 144-154. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14464
Scaling precipitation input to spatially distributed hydrological models by measured snow distribution
Vögeli, C., Lehning, M., Wever, N., & Bavay, M. (2016). Scaling precipitation input to spatially distributed hydrological models by measured snow distribution. Frontiers in Earth Science, 4, 108 (15 pp.). https://doi.org/10.3389/feart.2016.00108
Are flat-field snow depth measurements representative? A comparison of selected index sites with areal snow depth measurements at the small catchment scale
Grünewald, T., & Lehning, M. (2015). Are flat-field snow depth measurements representative? A comparison of selected index sites with areal snow depth measurements at the small catchment scale. Hydrological Processes, 29(7), 1717-1728. https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.10295
Remote sensing tools for snow and avalanche research
Bühler, Y. (2012). Remote sensing tools for snow and avalanche research. In ISSW proceedings. International snow science workshop proceedings 2012 (pp. 264-268).
Measurements of small scale spatial and temporal variability of snow depth and SWE in a small mountain catchment
Grünewald, T., Schirmer, M., & Lehning, M. (2009). Measurements of small scale spatial and temporal variability of snow depth and SWE in a small mountain catchment. In J. Schweizer & A. van Herwijnen (Eds.), ISSW proceedings. International snow science workshop proceedings 2009 (pp. 151-154).
Synergy of in situ and space borne observation for snow depth mapping in the Swiss Alps
Foppa, N., Stoffel, A., & Meister, R. (2007). Synergy of in situ and space borne observation for snow depth mapping in the Swiss Alps. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 9(3), 294-310. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jag.2006.10.001
Snow depth mapping in the Alps: merging of in situ and remotely-sensed data
Foppa, N., Stoffel, A., & Meister, R. (2005). Snow depth mapping in the Alps: merging of in situ and remotely-sensed data. EARSeL eProceedings, 4(1), 119-129.