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  • Electromagnetic studies of ice and snow. 1 Radiometry of ice and snow in Remote sensing application in agriculture and hydrology.
  • Teaching natural hazards : the use of snow avalanches in demonstrating and addressing geographic topics and principles
  • Snow avalanches can be used to explicate weather and climate mechanisms, biogeographic principles, geomorphology, as well as human response and impact. - (DWG)
  • Large-scale snow depletion maps of the Gurgl Valley, Otztal, Tyrol, Austria, showing habitat variation in an alpine terrain in Proceedings of a Symposium on High Mountain Cartography.
  • Snow-depletion patterns shown on maps can be used to determine habitat conditions and to monitor snow cover changes from year to year. - (DWG)
  • Electromagnetic studies of ice and snow 2. Radio echo sounding in Remote sensing application in agriculture and hydrology.
  • Bibliography of snow mapping with remote sensing techniques.
  • On the contribution of volume scattering to the microwave backscattered signal from wet snow and wet soil
  • Computer-aided analysis of satellite and aircraft MSS data for mapping snow-cover and water resources in Remote sensing application in agriculture and hydrology.
  • Snow survey form Earth resources satellites in the Swiss Alps. A review on six years'research.
  • Snow and living things in Northern ecology and resource management. Memorial essays honouring Don Gill.
  • Models, either simple or complex, are the expression of our objective knowledge, when system analysis allows us to reach the core of phenomena. The A. gives examples of analysis about melting snow, and examples of models with karstic hydrology.