Robert Patrick has released a new ebook with Kendall Hunt Publishing: Protecting Sources of Drinking Water: A Guidebook for Indigenous Communities, Watershed Associations, Local Governments and Non-Governmental Organizations.
The ebook can be updated annually, and is practical as a resource book in both academic and non-academic settings. You can order the form or request a review copy at the following website:
Hydrometeorological data from Marmot Creek Research Basin, Canadian Rockies
Xing Fang, John W. Pomeroy, Chris M. DeBeer, Phillip Harder, and Evan Siemens
Earth Syst. Sci. Data, 11, 455-471, 2019
Phillip Harder, John W. Pomeroy & Warren D. Helgason
Canadian Water Resources Journal / Revue canadienne des ressources hydriques,
Impact of Future Climate and Vegetation on the Hydrology of an Arctic Headwater Basin at the Tundra–Taiga Transition
Sebastian A. Krogh and John W. Pomeroy
Journal of Hydrometeorology,20(2), 197-215.
Preferential meltwater flowpaths as a driver of preferential elution of chemicals from melting snowpacks
Diogo Costa, John W. Pomeroy
Science of The Total Environment, 662, 110-120.
A long-term hydrometeorological dataset of a northern mountain basin
Kabir Rasouli, John W. Pomeroy, J. Richard Janowicz, Tyler J. Williams,and Sean K. Carey
Earth Syst. Sci. Data, 11, 89-100, 2019
Centre for Hydrology Senior Research Fellow Paul Whitfield has published a paper in Water Resources Research that shows precipitation is the dominant control on total annual streamflow and on the duration and severity of low flows in mountain rivers. However, mountain low flows are up to 2 times more sensitive than annual streamflow to temperature fluctuations and are very sensitive to winter temperatures above 0 °C as these conditions result in low snowpacks. Climate warming in these mountain catchments may cause more intense and longer low flow periods.
Challenges in Modeling Turbulent Heat Fluxes to Snowpacks in Forest Clearings
Jonathan P. Conway, John W. Pomeroy, Warren D. Helgason & Nicholas J. Kinar
Journal of Hydrometeorology, 19(10), 1599-1616.
A numerical model for the simulation of snowpack solute dynamics to capture runoff ionic pulses during snowmelt: the PULSE model
Diogo Costa, John Pomeroy & Howard Wheater
Advances in Water Resources. doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2018.09.008
Modeling the Snowpack Energy Balance during Melt under Exposed Crop Stubble
Phillip Harder, Warren Helgason & John Pomeroy
Journal of Hydrometeorology, 19(7), 1191-1214.