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https://doi.org/10.5194/piahs-371-131-2015
https://doi.org/10.5194/piahs-371-131-2015
12 Jun 2015
 | 12 Jun 2015

Snowpack variability and trends at long-term stations in northern Colorado, USA

S. R. Fassnacht and M. Hultstrand

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Snowpack properties vary over distance. Water resources managers use operational data to estimate streamflow, while scientists use snow data models to understand climate and hydrology. We suggest that there is the individual measurements in a snowcourse be used to address uncertainty. Further, over the long term trends may not be obvious but increasing and decreasing trends can exist over shorter time periods, as seen in Northern Colorado. Such trends mirror global temperature patterns.