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4 Research Items
July 2019 - present
interMET Sistemas y Redes S.L.U.
- Industrial PhD Student since October 2020
The snowpack is a fundamental element of the cryosphere and understanding its dynamics is crucial for regions where runoff is the main source of freshwater. Regarding the study of seasonal snow, it is necessary to know the processes that lead to its appearance, growth and ablation for a correct modelling and evaluation of the water resource. The th...
Snow precipitation in mountains surrounded by semi-arid regions represents an important reservoir of fresh water during the melting season. The snow cover helps to compensate for the scarce precipitation that occurs during their long summer droughts. Knowing the phenomenology that leads to winter precipitation and snow at these areas becomes even m...
The snowpack over mountains represents an important source of water both in these areas and in adjacent lowlands. It also has a large impact on their economy since it affects tourism, communications, logistics and risks associated with its recreational use. Snow cover in mid elevations is experimenting a significant decrease as a consequence of cli...
The Factorial Snowpack Model (FSM, Essery, 2015) has been applied for the winters ranging from 2008 to 2021 to predict snow height in a location at 1800 m of altitude in Peñalara Massif (Sierra de Guadarrama, Central Spain). Data from an automatic meteorological station is used as input after a thorough validation and completion using different met...