Phillip Harder
Phillip Harder
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Estimating precipitation phase using a psychrometric energy balance method
P Harder, J Pomeroy
Hydrological Processes 27 (13), 1901-1914, 2013
752013
Accuracy of snow depth estimation in mountain and prairie environments by an unmanned aerial vehicle
P Harder, M Schirmer, J Pomeroy, W Helgason
Cryosphere 10 (6), 2559-2571, 2016
612016
Characterization and summary of the 1999–2005 Canadian Prairie drought
JM Hanesiak, RE Stewart, BR Bonsal, P Harder, R Lawford, R Aider, ...
Atmosphere-Ocean 49 (4), 421-452, 2011
512011
Hydrological resilience of a Canadian Rockies headwaters basin subject to changing climate, extreme weather, and forest management
P Harder, JW Pomeroy, CJ Westbrook
Hydrological Processes 29 (18), 3905-3924, 2015
502015
Hydrological model uncertainty due to precipitation‐phase partitioning methods
P Harder, JW Pomeroy
Hydrological Processes 28 (14), 4311-4327, 2014
362014
Local‐scale advection of sensible and latent heat during snowmelt
P Harder, JW Pomeroy, W Helgason
Geophysical Research Letters 44 (19), 9769-9777, 2017
212017
Modeling the Snowpack Energy Balance during Melt under Exposed Crop Stubble
P Harder, WD Helgason, JW Pomeroy
Journal of Hydrometeorology 19 (7), 1191-1214, 2018
92018
Hydrometeorological data from Marmot Creek Research Basin, Canadian Rockies.
X Fang, JW Pomeroy, CM DeBeer, P Harder, E Siemens
Earth System Science Data 11 (2), 2019
52019
Cold and hot periods associated with dry conditions over the Canadian prairies
RE Stewart, BR Bonsal, P Harder, W Henson, B Kochtubajda
Atmosphere-ocean 50 (3), 364-372, 2012
52012
A simple model for local-scale sensible and latent heat advection contributions to snowmelt
P Harder, JW Pomeroy, WD Helgason
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 23 (1), 1, 2019
22019
Hydroclimatological trends in the Kananaskis Valley
P Harder
Centre for Hydrology Internal Report, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, 2008
22008
Implications of stubble management on snow hydrology and meltwater partitioning
P Harder, JW Pomeroy, WD Helgason
Canadian Water Resources Journal/Revue canadienne des ressources hydriques …, 2019
12019
Impact of spatial variation in snow water equivalent and snow ablation on spring snowcover depletion over an alpine ridge
M Schirmer, P Harder, J Pomeroy
EGUGA, EPSC2016-11997, 2016
12016
Unmanned aerial vehicle remote sensing of snow: improving snowmelt prediction
P Harder, W Helgason, J Pomeroy
Soils and Crops Workshop, 2016
12016
Experiences in the management, archiving and visualization of data for drought research in DRI
P Harder, P Constanza, C Saad, R Lawford, R Stewart
CMOS Bulletin SCMO 39 (2), 2011
12011
Improving sub-canopy snow depth mapping with unmanned aerial vehicles: lidar versus structure-from-motion techniques
P Harder, JW Pomeroy, WD Helgason
The Cryosphere 14 (6), 1919-1935, 2020
2020
Snow-stubble-atmosphere interactions during snowmelt on the Canadian Prairies
PS Harder
University of Saskatchewan, 2018
2018
Diagnosing land management and climate change impacts on snowmelt in semi-arid agricultural cold regions with an improved snowmelt model
P Harder, JW Pomeroy, W Helgason
AGUFM 2017, C13A-0951, 2017
2017
Improved quantification of mountain snowpack properties using observations from Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAVs)
JM Shea, P Harder, JW Pomeroy, PDA Kraaijenbrink
AGUFM 2017, C53B-1022, 2017
2017
Mountains, Climate Change and North American Water Security
JW Pomeroy, X Fang, PH Whitfield, K Rasouli, P Harder, E Siemens, ...
AGUFM 2016, H41B-1330, 2016
2016
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