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Advances in measuring and modelling of snow and ice-covered mountainous terrain and in ski resorts (co-organized)PICO session
Convener: Nora Helbig 
Co-Conveners: Samuel Morin , Richard L.H. Essery , Marc Pons , Michael Schirmer , Ulrich Strasser , Vincent Vionnet 
Session details
 / Mon, 09 Apr, 13:30–15:00 / PICO spot 4
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Monday, 09 Apr 2018
PICO spot 4
Chairperson: Nora Helbig and Samuel Morin
Snow and ice-covered mountainous terrain

13:30–13:32 PICO4.1
Modelling the water balance under changing climate conditions in Alpine regions – a numerical WaSiM experiment for the Berchtesgaden Alps (Germany)
Florentin Hofmeister, Kristian Förster, Thomas Marke, and Ulrich Strasser
13:32–13:34 PICO4.2
Modeling of the snow hydrological processes and the influence in the runoff of the mountain basins in the semi-arid Andes Central Chile
Yohann Videla-Giering and James McPhee
13:34–13:36 PICO4.3
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Glacio-hydrological modeling under inner tropical conditions: Implications for water resources planning and management at the Antisana massif in Ecuador
Jean Carlos Ruiz Hernández, Thomas Condom, Marcos Villacís, Antoine Rabatel, Jean Emmanuel Sicart, Luis Maisincho, Clementine Junquas, Rubén Basantes, and Pierre Ribstein
13:36–13:38 PICO4.4
Can we use the same snow scheme to simulate alpine snow packs in France and New Zealand?
Matthieu Lafaysse, Pascal Sirguey, Jonathan P. Conway, Nicolas J. Cullen, François Tuzet, and Marie Dumont
13:38–13:40 PICO4.5
Snow modelling in the land surface models: verification and climate change impacts using UTOPIA
Claudio Cassardo, Valentina Andreoli, Silvia Terzago, Silvia Ferrarese, and Edoardo Cremonese
13:40–13:42 PICO4.6
Large-scale glacio-hydrological modelling and its usefulness to correcting high-mountain precipitation in Central Asia
Michel Wortmann
13:42–13:44 PICO4.7
Regional climate modelization over an Andean glacier region (Antizana, Ecuador)
Clémentine Junquas, Maria-Belén Heredia Guzmán, and Thomas Condom
13:44–13:46 PICO4.8
Spatially-averaged sky view factors for snow interception over forest canopy
Nora Helbig, David Moeser, and Michaela Teich
13:46–13:48 PICO4.9
The Himalayas: would you rather climb them or model their hydrology?
Andrea Momblanch, Ian Holman, Daniel Banister, Andrew Orr, Boris Snapir, Toby Waine, Anil Kulkarni, Sanjay K. Jain, Chandra S.P. Ojha, and Adebayo J. Adeloye
Snow in ski resorts

13:48–13:50 PICO4.10
Suitability evaluation for building skiing grounds in China based on natural and socioeconomic conditions
Jie Deng and Tao Che
13:50–13:52 PICO4.11
Modelling the impact of future climate change on operating conditions of ski resorts in the French Alps
Pierre Spandre, Hugues Francois, Deborah Verfaillie, Matthieu Lafaysse, Emmanuelle George, and Samuel Morin
13:52–13:54 PICO4.12
Simulating snow management in Austrian and Italian ski resorts using the AMUNDSEN model: data, setup and first results
Florian Hanzer, Thomas Marke, Michael Rothleitner, and Ulrich Strasser
13:54–13:56 PICO4.13
Trade off between topographic complexity and weather and climate forecasting skills at a ski resort level
Carlo Maria Carmagnola, Hugues François, Samuel Morin, Matthieu Lafaysse, and Matthieu Vernay
13:56–13:58 PICO4.14
Towards a seamless modelling chain to simulate snow conditions in ski resorts
Carlo Maria Carmagnola, Samuel Morin, Matthieu Lafaysse, Matthieu Vernay, Hugues François, Nicolas Eckert, Lauriane Batté, Jean-Michel Soubeyroux, and Christian Viel
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