Jordy Hendrikx
Jordy Hendrikx
Antarctica New Zealand; UiT The Arctic University of Norway
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Representing spatial variability of snow water equivalent in hydrologic and land‐surface models: A review
MP Clark, J Hendrikx, AG Slater, D Kavetski, B Anderson, NJ Cullen, ...
Water Resources Research 47 (7), 2011
Estimating mean flow of New Zealand rivers
R Woods, J Hendrikx, R Henderson, A Tait
Journal of Hydrology (New Zealand) 45 (2), 95-109, 2006
Avalanche activity in an extreme maritime climate: The application of classification trees for forecasting
J Hendrikx, I Owens, W Carran, A Carran
Cold Regions Science and Technology 43 (1-2), 104-116, 2005
A comparative assessment of the potential impact of climate change on the ski industry in New Zealand and Australia
J Hendrikx, C Zammit, EÖ Hreinsson, S Becken
Climatic Change 119, 965-978, 2013
Developing climate change maps for tourism: essential information or awareness raising?
S Becken, C Zammit, J Hendrikx
Journal of Travel Research 54 (4), 430-441, 2015
Examining spring wet slab and glide avalanche occurrence along the Going-to-the-Sun Road corridor, Glacier National Park, Montana, USA
EH Peitzsch, J Hendrikx, DB Fagre, B Reardon
Cold regions science and technology 78, 73-81, 2012
Classification trees as a tool for operational avalanche forecasting on the Seward Highway, Alaska
J Hendrikx, M Murphy, T Onslow
Cold Regions Science and Technology 97, 113-120, 2014
The potential impact of climate change on seasonal snow in New Zealand: part II—industry vulnerability and future snowmaking potential
J Hendrikx, EÖ Hreinsson
Theoretical and Applied Climatology 110, 619-630, 2012
Combined snow and streamflow modelling to estimate impacts of climate change on water resources in the Clutha River, New Zealand
S Poyck, J Hendrikx, H McMillan, EÖ Hreinsson, R Woods
Journal of Hydrology (New Zealand), 293-311, 2011
Snow distribution in a steep mid-latitude alpine catchment
T Kerr, M Clark, J Hendrikx, B Anderson
Advances in water resources 55, 17-24, 2013
Using GPS tracking to explore terrain preferences of heli-ski guides
J Hendrikx, J Johnson, C Shelly
Journal of outdoor recreation and tourism 13, 34-43, 2016
The potential impact of climate change on seasonal snow in New Zealand: part I—an analysis using 12 GCMs
J Hendrikx, EÖ Hreinsson, MP Clark, AB Mullan
Theoretical and Applied Climatology 110, 607-618, 2012
Assessing changes in the spatial variability of the snowpack fracture propagation propensity over time
J Hendrikx, K Birkeland, M Clark
Cold Regions Science and Technology 56 (2-3), 152-160, 2009
Accident causes and organizational culture among avalanche professionals
J Johnson, P Haegeli, J Hendrikx, S Savage
Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism 13, 49-56, 2016
Simulations of seasonal snow for the South Island, New Zealand
M Clark, EO Hreinsson, G Martinez, A Tait, A Slater, J Hendrikx, I Owens, ...
Journal of Hydrology (New Zealand) 48 (2), 41-58, 2009
Developing nationwide avalanche terrain maps for Norway
HT Larsen, J Hendrikx, MS Slĺtten, RV Engeset
Natural Hazards 103 (3), 2829-2847, 2020
Who's at risk in the backcountry? Effects of individual characteristics on hypothetical terrain choices
A Mannberg, J Hendrikx, M Landrř, MA Stefan
Journal of Environmental Psychology 59, 46-53, 2018
Combining high spatial resolution snow mapping and meteorological analyses to improve forecasting of destructive avalanches in Longyearbyen, Svalbard
H Hancock, A Prokop, M Eckerstorfer, J Hendrikx
Cold Regions Science and Technology 154, 120-132, 2018
Spatial heterogeneity of snow density and its influence on snow water equivalence estimates in a large mountainous basin
K Wetlaufer, J Hendrikx, L Marshall
Hydrology 3 (1), 3, 2016
Using global crowd-sourced data to understand travel behavior in avalanche terrain
J Hendrikx, J Johnson
Proceedings of the international snow science workshop, 224-227, 2014
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