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Old 10-08-2013   #1
 
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Water Content in Snowpack

Hey Buzz,

I am wondering if anyone has experience measuring the water content in snowpack. If anyone has a paper or methods to share that would be fantastic. I am looking to measure snowpack water content on the Harding Icefield in Alaska.

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Take a core sample and then weight it. That is what the NRCS does when they do a manual survey.
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Thanks. I like this site.
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