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Alain Pietroniro
Alain Pietroniro
Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary
Verified email at ucalgary.ca
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An evaluation of snow accumulation and ablation processes for land surface modelling
JW Pomeroy, DM Gray, KR Shook, B Toth, RLH Essery, A Pietroniro, ...
Hydrological Processes 12 (15), 2339-2367, 1998
4251998
Grouped response units for distributed hydrologic modeling
N Kouwen, ED Soulis, A Pietroniro, J Donald, RA Harrington
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 119 (3), 289-305, 1993
4191993
Hydrological trends and variability in the Liard River basin/Tendances hydrologiques et variabilité dans le basin de la rivière Liard
DH Burn, JM Cunderlik, A Pietroniro
Hydrological Sciences Journal 49 (1), 53-67, 2004
3312004
Towards operational monitoring of a northern wetland using geomatics-based techniques
J Töyrä, A Pietroniro
Remote Sensing of Environment 97 (2), 174-191, 2005
2512005
The fill–spill hydrology of prairie wetland complexes during drought and deluge
DA Shaw, G Vanderkamp, FM Conly, A Pietroniro, L Martz
Hydrological Processes 26 (20), 3147-3156, 2012
2102012
Development of the MESH modelling system for hydrological ensemble forecasting of the Laurentian Great Lakes at the regional scale
A Pietroniro, V Fortin, N Kouwen, C Neal, R Turcotte, B Davison, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 11 (4), 1279-1294, 2007
2062007
Remote sensing applications in hydrological modelling
GW Kite, A Pietroniro
Hydrological Sciences Journal 41 (4), 563-591, 1996
1971996
Connectivity and storage functions of channel fens and flat bogs in northern basins
WL Quinton, M Hayashi, A Pietroniro
Hydrological Processes 17 (18), 3665-3684, 2003
1802003
Multisensor hydrologic assessment of a freshwater wetland
J Töyrä, A Pietroniro, LW Martz
Remote sensing of Environment 75 (2), 162-173, 2001
1802001
Hydrologic functions of wetlands in a discontinuous permafrost basin indicated by isotopic and chemical signatures
M Hayashi, WL Quinton, A Pietroniro, JJ Gibson
Journal of Hydrology 296 (1-4), 81-97, 2004
1742004
On the importance of sublimation to an alpine snow mass balance in the Canadian Rocky Mountains
MK MacDonald, JW Pomeroy, A Pietroniro
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 14 (7), 1401-1415, 2010
1602010
Climate change, flow regulation and land-use effects on the hydrology of the Peace-Athabasca-Slave system; Findings from the Northern Rivers Ecosystem Initiative
TD Prowse, S Beltaos, JT Gardner, JJ Gibson, RJ Granger, R Leconte, ...
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 113, 167-197, 2006
1542006
A multi‐sensor approach to wetland flood monitoring
J Töyrä, A Pietroniro, LW Martz, TD Prowse
Hydrological processes 16 (8), 1569-1581, 2002
1422002
Flood hydrology of the peace‐Athabasca Delta, northern Canada
DL Peters, TD Prowse, A Pietroniro, R Leconte
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 20 (19), 4073-4096, 2006
1262006
A land cover‐based snow cover representation for distributed hydrologic models
JR Donald, ED Soulis, N Kouwen, A Pietroniro
Water Resources Research 31 (4), 995-1009, 1995
1241995
Glacier contribution to the North and South Saskatchewan rivers
LEL Comeau, A Pietroniro, MN Demuth
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 23 (18), 2640-2653, 2009
1232009
Operational surface water detection and monitoring using Radarsat 2
S Bolanos, D Stiff, B Brisco, A Pietroniro
Remote Sensing 8 (4), 285, 2016
1102016
Climatic effects on ice‐jam flooding of the Peace‐Athabasca Delta
S Beltaos, T Prowse, B Bonsal, R MacKay, L Romolo, A Pietroniro, B Toth
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 20 (19), 4031-4050, 2006
1092006
Isotope studies in large river basins: a new global research focus
JJ Gibson, P Aggarwal, J Hogan, C Kendall, LA Martinelli, W Stichler, ...
Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union 83 (52), 613-617, 2002
1032002
Rationale for monitoring discharge on the ground
BM Fekete, U Looser, A Pietroniro, RD Robarts
Journal of Hydrometeorology 13 (6), 1977-1986, 2012
1022012
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