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An evaluation of changes in the snow water equivalent (SWE) during the period of 1961- 2010 in the representative catchment of the mountainous regions in Central Slovakia is provided in this paper. Simulated values of the SWE by a conceptual semi-distributed rainfall-runoff model in different altitude zones were analysed. A decrease in the simulated data and the snow duration with significant decreasing trends in December, January and February were detected in the highest altitude zone.
Articles | Volume 370
Proc. IAHS, 370, 109–116, 2015
https://doi.org/10.5194/piahs-370-109-2015
Proc. IAHS, 370, 109–116, 2015
https://doi.org/10.5194/piahs-370-109-2015

  11 Jun 2015

11 Jun 2015

Changes in the snow water equivalent in mountainous basins in Slovakia over recent decades

K. Hlavčová et al.

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An evaluation of changes in the snow water equivalent (SWE) during the period of 1961- 2010 in the representative catchment of the mountainous regions in Central Slovakia is provided in this paper. Simulated values of the SWE by a conceptual semi-distributed rainfall-runoff model in different altitude zones were analysed. A decrease in the simulated data and the snow duration with significant decreasing trends in December, January and February were detected in the highest altitude zone.
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