by National Research Council, Division of Building Research in Ottawa .
Written in English
|Contributions||Williams, Gaynor P.,|
|LC Classifications||QC915 G3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||294|
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The energy balance of a melting snow cover 41 over snow have been, estimated by aerodynamic formulae for steady flow over an infinite, uniform surface. Departures from this ideal situation are always likely to occur. On the other hand, it is not known whether these departures are serious enough to make the application of these formulae questionable. The surface energy balance in a small permafrost watershed near Fox, Alaska, was calculated for the snow melt period, which started in 30 March and ended on 22 April with the total disappearance of the snow by: uncertainties are introduced by changes in the snow surface during the melt period. In a companion paper we show how hourly snowmelt rates, calculated from the energy balance. Arolla Energy balance / snow melt model exercise - 4 - available for snowmelt: units of W m-2 are equivalent to J s-1 mEach hour you have s. The energy required to melt 1 kg of ice (the latent heat of fusion of ice) is approximately: J kg You can hence calculate the mass (kg) of snow melt per hour (and total over the day).