The thematic issue attempts to attract scientific contributions featuring current state of methods of snow cover measurements, evaluation of the amount and variability of water stored in snow, its release during the snowmelt and the links between the snow cover and hydrological processes, e.g. soil and groundwater recharge, river runoff, etc.
Manuscripts with following focus are especially welcomed:
- innovative methods of snow characteristics measurements
- relationships between snow and runoff, snowmelt impacts on high and low-flows
- monitoring and evaluation of environmental tracers in the snow-related part of the hydrological cycle (precipitation, snowpack, soil moisture, groundwater, runoff)
- snow accumulation and melt modelling evaluated against environmental tracers, snow and runoff observations
- transnational studies
Dr. Massimiliano Zappa, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, Birmensdorf, Switzerland
Assoc. Prof. Martin Šanda, Czech Technical University in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic
Dr. Ladislav Holko, Institute of Hydrology, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Liptovský Mikuláš, Slovakia
Deadline for manuscript submission: 30 November 2016
End of the review process: 30 June 2017
Publication of the thematic issue: volume 1/2018; accepted articles will be available online soon after the acceptation
The authors are invited to send their contributions prepared according to Instructions for Authors to Dr. Ladislav Holko (email@example.com), cc. to JHH editor Dr. Lubomir Lichner (firstname.lastname@example.org).