Pilot study of influence of solar radiation on intensity of snowmelt

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In the hydraulic laboratory of People's Friendship University of Russia a series of experiments to study the various possible external influences on the process of snow melting were carried out at the facility, which allows to measure the amount of seepage flow in time. The laboratory investigations of the continuous snow melting and infiltration of melt water into the ground, depending on the properties of the snow (initial density, thickness and temperature) were carried out. The impact of rain flows and radiation of the sun on the snow-melting process were examined, carried out experiments with exposure to infrared (IR) and ultraviolet (UV) radiation on the snow. The work is a continuation of the study of the dynamics of the coastal slope of the water bodies in a permafrost [1].

I I Gritsuk

Russian Academy of Sciences Water Problems Institute

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia Ordzhonikidze str., 3, Moscow, Russia, 115419

V K Debolskiy

Russian Academy of Sciences Water Problems Institute

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia Ordzhonikidze str., 3, Moscow, Russia, 115419

O Ya Maslikova

Russian Academy of Sciences Water Problems Institute

Email: oksana68@mail.ru

N K Ponomarev

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: rudneng@mail.ru

E K Sinichenko

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: eks47@mail.ru

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