Evaluation of multiple datasets for producing snow-cover indicators for Canada: M103-3/33-2017E-PDF

"Snow cover is an essential climate variable. Indicators of trends in the temporal and spatial patterns of snow cover are increasingly used to both monitoring climate variability and change and quantifying regional environmental conditions. However, the choice and accuracy of the indicators are often determined by the input of snow cover data. A survey of snow cover indicators is performed to identify both those that would satisfy user requirements over Canada in addition to the current practices for international reporting."--Abstractas, p. 4.

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Title Evaluation of multiple datasets for producing snow-cover indicators for Canada
Series Title Geomatics Canada, open file ;
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Language [English]
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Date 2017.
Number of Pages 30 p. :
Catalogue Number
  • M103-3/33-2017E-PDF
Subject Terms Snow, Geographic data, Assessment