Validating and improving the critical crack length in SNOWPACK

To validate the critical crack length as implemented in the snow cover model SNOWPACK, PST experiments were conducted for three winter seasons (2015-2017) at two field site above Davos, Switzerland. This dataset contains manually observed snow profiles and stability tests. Furthermore, corresponding SNOWPACK simulations are included. These data were analyzed and results were published in Richter et al. (2019).

Please refer to the Readme file for further details on the data.

These data are the basis of the following publication: Richter, B., Schweizer, J., Rotach, M. W., and van Herwijnen, A.: Validating modeled critical crack length for crack propagation in the snow cover model SNOWPACK, The Cryosphere, 13, 3353–3366, https://doi.org/10.5194/tc-13-3353-2019, 2019.

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c460111d-cbd0-479d-bd34-48ba27abe5e4@envidat
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validating-and-improving-the-critical-crack-length-in-snowpack
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September 27, 2019
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October 29, 2020
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https://www.envidat.ch/dataset/validation-of-the-critical-crack-length-in-snowpack
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