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Annals of Glaciology
The mass per unit horizontal area, vertical height and density of new snow accumulated on various slopes of 0° to 75° were measured. Although the mass of new snow on these slopes was nearly the same, vertical height increased and density decreased with increase of slope angle. Differences in heights and densities of new snow due to slope angle were explained by considering both accumulation and densification processes on the slopes.doi:10.3189/1998aog26-1-14-18 fatcat:rwckhmrbnbgk5lgizytge6xzpe