Philip Marsh
TitleCited byYear
Effects of climate change on the freshwaters of arctic and subarctic North America
WR Rouse, MSV Douglas, RE Hecky, AE Hershey, GW Kling, L Lesack, ...
Hydrological processes 11 (8), 873-902, 1997
4711997
Wetting front advance and freezing of meltwater within a snow cover: 1. Observations in the Canadian Arctic
P Marsh, MK Woo
Water Resources Research 20 (12), 1853-1864, 1984
2351984
Application of a distributed blowing snow model to the Arctic
JW Pomeroy, P Marsh, DM Gray
Hydrological processes 11 (11), 1451-1464, 1997
2131997
Arctic landscapes in transition: responses to thawing permafrost
JC Rowland, CE Jones, G Altmann, R Bryan, BT Crosby, LD Hinzman, ...
Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union 91 (26), 229-230, 2010
1862010
The Mackenzie GEWEX Study: The water and energy cycles of a major North American river basin
RE Stewart, HG Leighton, P Marsh, GWK Moore, H Ritchie, WR Rouse, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 79 (12), 2665-2684, 1998
1631998
Eddy covariance measurements of evaporation from Great Slave lake, Northwest Territories, Canada
PD Blanken, WR Rouse, AD Culf, C Spence, LD Boudreau, JN Jasper, ...
Water Resources Research 36 (4), 1069-1077, 2000
1552000
A conceptual framework for runoff generation in a permafrost environment
WL Quinton, P Marsh
Hydrological Processes 13 (16), 2563-2581, 1999
1511999
Subsurface drainage from hummock-covered hillslopes in the Arctic tundra
WL Quinton, DM Gray, P Marsh
Journal of Hydrology 237 (1-2), 113-125, 2000
1442000
Comparison of weather station snowfall with winter snow accumulation in High Arctic basins
M Woo, R Heron, P Marsh, P Steer
Atmosphere-Ocean 21 (3), 312-325, 1983
1371983
The flooding hydrology of Mackenzie Delta lakes near Inuvik, NWT, Canada
P Marsh, M Hey
Arctic, 41-49, 1989
1261989
Snowcover formation and melt: recent advances and future prospects
P Marsh
Hydrological Processes 13 (14‐15), 2117-2134, 1999
1201999
Meltwater fluxes at an arctic forest‐tundra site
P Marsh, JW Pomeroy
Hydrological Processes 10 (10), 1383-1400, 1996
1201996
Meltwater movement in natural heterogeneous snow covers
P Marsh, MK Woo
Water Resources Research 21 (11), 1710-1716, 1985
1161985
Modeling lakes and reservoirs in the climate system
MD MacKay, PJ Neale, CD Arp, LN De Senerpont Domis, X Fang, G Gal, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 54 (6part2), 2315-2329, 2009
1152009
Changes in thaw lake drainage in the Western Canadian Arctic from 1950 to 2000
P Marsh, M Russell, S Pohl, H Haywood, C Onclin
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 23 (1), 145-158, 2009
1102009
Wetting front advance and freezing of meltwater within a snow cover: 2. A simulation model
P Marsh, MK Woo
Water Resources Research 20 (12), 1865-1874, 1984
921984
Lake abundance, potential water storage, and habitat distribution in the Mackenzie River Delta, western Canadian Arctic
CA Emmerton, LFW Lesack, P Marsh
Water Resources Research 43 (5), 2007
912007
Recent shrub proliferation in the Mackenzie Delta uplands and microclimatic implications
TC Lantz, P Marsh, SV Kokelj
Ecosystems 16 (1), 47-59, 2013
892013
Surface energy balance of the western and central Canadian subarctic: Variations in the energy balance among five major terrain types
AK Eaton, WR Rouse, PM Lafleur, P Marsh, PD Blanken
Journal of Climate 14 (17), 3692-3703, 2001
842001
Local advection of sensible heat in the snowmelt landscape of Arctic tundra
N Neumann, P Marsh
Hydrological Processes 12 (10‐11), 1547-1560, 1998
821998
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