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Annals of Glaciology
In a local range, crest winds were compared with winds at lower stations to make it possible to initiate a drift-transport model which would predict snow accumulation patterns on leeward slopes. Corrections to the model input were made after consideration of detailed drift-flux measurements in the lowest 2 m above snow surface. Good agreement was found between the total length of large avalanches in a path near the crest, the appropriate wind reading and the corrected snow-depth increments indoi:10.1017/s0260305500007886 fatcat:46dfrpuy7zgyzfsm6f3k6ppam4