Item: The Forecasting and Verification of Precipitation Amounts in the Mountains of British Columbia
Title: The Forecasting and Verification of Precipitation Amounts in the Mountains of British Columbia
Proceedings: Proceedings of the 1980 International Snow Science Workshop, Vancouver, BC, Canada
- Vello Puss [ Pacific Weather Centre, Vancouver, B.C. ]
Abstract: The problem of successfully predicting snowfall amounts in mountainous areas has always presented difficulties. One of the primary difficulties is due to the actual variability of snowfall over relatively small geographic expanses, as well as over small vertical separations. This variability can be directly related to the complexities of the terrain.
Language of Article: English
Keywords: terrain, snowfall, precipitation
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