Anna Chesnokova
Anna Chesnokova
Mountain Snow Hydrology Lab, UNBC
Verified email at ens.etsmtl.ca
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Satellite observations show no net change in the percentage of supraglacial debris-covered area in northern Pakistan from 1977 to 2014
S Herreid, F Pellicciotti, A Ayala, A Chesnokova, C Kienholz, J Shea, ...
Journal of Glaciology 61 (227), 524-536, 2015
362015
Pond dynamics and supraglacial-englacial connectivity on debris-covered Lirung Glacier, Nepal
ES Miles, J Steiner, I Willis, P Buri, WW Immerzeel, A Chesnokova, ...
Frontiers in Earth Science 5, 69, 2017
212017
Linking mountain glacier retreat and hydrological changes in Southwestern Yukon
A Chesnokova, M Baraër, T Laperrière‐Robillard, K Huh
Water Resources Research 56 (1), e2019WR025706, 2020
42020
Proglacial icings as records of winter hydrological processes
A Chesnokova, M Baraër, É Bouchard
The Cryosphere 14 (11), 4145-4164, 2020
12020
Evolution of Wet and Dry Snow Covered Area from Optical and Radar Satellite Observations, Lajoie Basin, British Columbia, Canada
S Darychuk, JM Shea, A Chesnokova, B Menounos, F Weber
AGU Fall Meeting 2020, 2020
2020
Journal metrics Journal metrics
J Herrford, P Brandt, T Kanzow, R Hummels, M Araujo, JV Durgadoo, ...
Changes, 2020
2020
Multi-scale assessment of environmental changes impact on subarctic glacierized watersheds hydrology
A Chesnokova
École de technologie supérieure, 2020
2020
A new flow for Canadian young hydrologists: Key scientific challenges addressed by research cultural shifts
C Aubry‐Wake, LD Somers, H Alcock, AM Anderson, A Azarkhish, ...
Hydrological Processes 34 (8), 2001-2006, 2020
2020
In a changing climate, is glacial meltwater still the only major source of runoff in glacierized continental subarctic watersheds?
A Chesnokova, M Baraër
2019
Pre-" peak water" time in the southwest Yukon: when cryospheric changes trigger hydrological regime shifts
M Baraer, A Chesnokova, KI Huh, T Laperriere-Robillard
AGUFM 2017, C13A-0938, 2017
2017
Is proglacial field an important contributor to runoff in glacierized watershed? Lesson learned from a case study in Duke River watershed, Yukon, Canada.
A Chesnokova, M Baraer
AGUFM 2017, C33D-1240, 2017
2017
Hydrological role of large icings within glacierized Sub-Arctic watershed: case study in Upper Duke River valley, Yukon, Canada.
A Chesnokova, M Baraer
EGUGA, 1051, 2017
2017
Mountain glacier contribution to Arctic and subarctic river discharge
A Liljedahl, M Baraer, A Chesnokova, A Gaedeke, L Lebedeva, ...
Cold-region hydrology in a non-stationary world, 174-174, 2017
2017
Decrease in glacier coverage contributes to increased winter baseflow of Arctic rivers
AK Liljedahl, A Gaedeke, M Baraer, A Chesnokova, L Lebedeva, ...
AGUFM 2016, H33R-02, 2016
2016
1. Characterizing contributions of glacier melt and groundwater in alpine glacierized watersheds of the Saint-Elias Mountain range (Canada)
E Bouchard, M Baraer, A Chesnokova
EGUGA, EPSC2016-10342, 2016
2016
Hydrological changes prints in subarctic watersheds discharge records: a case study in the Duke River watershed, Yukon, Canada.
A Chesnokova, M Baraer
AGUFM 2015, C33E-0878, 2015
2015
Hydrological changes prints in glacierized watershed discharge records: A case study in the Duke River watershed, Yukon
A Chesnokova, M Baraer
2015
On the routing dynamics of a glacierized catchment
A Chesnokova, F Pellicciotti, M Carenzo
18th Alpine Glaciology Meeting, AGM, 2014
2014
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