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Annals of Glaciology
This paper describes the results of snow drift measurements made on a strong katabatic wind slope at Mizuho Station (70°42.6'S, 44°18.9'E; 2230 m above mean sea level) in East Antarctica. From the vertical profile of the mass flux of blowing snow up to 28 m above the snow surface under conditions of snow fall, the snow fall densitities have been estimated as asymptotes of the profile (Fohn 1980). Snow fall densities as asymptotes were estimated between 8x10-6and 8xl0-5kg/m3. Assuming a falldoi:10.1017/s0260305500010429 fatcat:bilzgufqwrdqfklcvrvtmeb5dm