Item: Automatic monitoring of snow depth
Title: Automatic monitoring of snow depth
Proceedings: Proceedings of the 1996 International Snow Science Workshop, Banff, Canada
Authors: Claude Labine, Campbell Scientific Canada (Corp.), 11564 149 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5M 1W7., Tel:(403) 454-2505, Fax: (403) 454-2655, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract: This presentation is a review of the evolution of the measurement of snow depth using an acoustic (ultra sonic) sensor. Originally developed within the Hydrometeorology Division of the Canadian Atmospheric Environment Service, the sensor has undergone a series of design changes. Although the transducer has remained the same, the packaging and electronic design of the sensor is today quite different than the original sensor. Data from three sites will be presented to assist in showing the evolution and performance of the sensor. The data will show how the measurements produced by the sensor have improved and stabilized.
Keywords: snow depth, measurement, automatic
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