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Influence of Initial Snowpack Properties on Runoff Formation during Rain-on-Snow Events
Journal of Hydrometeorology
Rain-on-snow (ROS) events have caused severe floods in mountainous areas in the recent past. Because of the complex interactions of physical processes, it is still difficult to accurately predict the effect of snow cover on runoff formation for an upcoming ROS event. In this study, a detailed physics-based energy balance snow cover model (SNOWPACK) was used to assess snow cover processes during more than 1000 historical ROS events at 116 locations in the Swiss Alps. The simulations of the massdoi:10.1175/jhm-d-15-0181.1 fatcat:v6svhyemxvf4zkzxgdym5qxsji