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UCLA C&EE 150: Introduction to Hydrology Instructional Objectives: By the end of the section on Snow Processes you should be able to: Define and/or determine snow porosity, liquid water content, snow density, and snow water equivalent Recall the typical density of new fallen snow Name and describe the snowpack metamorphism processes during the snow accumulation season Name and describe the three phases of snowmelt processes and why/when they occur
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Unformatted text preview: • Estimate the energy input needed to complete the warming phase • Estimate the energy input needed to complete the ripening phase • Estimate the energy input needed to complete the output phase • Estimate the phase and snow water equivalent state based on the amount of cumulative energy that has been absorbed by the snowpack...
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