Publications ¶

Parr, C., Sturm, M., & Larsen, C. (2020). Snowdrift Landscape Patterns: An Arctic Investigation. Water Resources Research, 56(12), e2020WR027823.

Sturm, M., Goldstein, M. A., & Parr, C. (2017). Water and life from snow: A trillion dollar science question. Water Resources Research, 53(5), 3534-3544.

Charles Parr, Matthew Sturm, and Christopher Larsen. 2020. Camden Bay Snow Depth Maps: Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska, 2018 and 2019. Arctic Data Center.

Charles Parr, Matthew Sturm, and Christopher Larsen. 2020. Landscape Scale Snow Depth Maps: Brooks Range Foothills, Alaska, 2012-2018. Arctic Data Center.

Sturm, M., Parr, C., & Larsen, C. (2019). A Report on the Snow Cover of the 1002 Area of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, 2014-2019. US Fish and Wildlife Service and University of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute.

Macander, M. J., Swingley, C. S., Parr, C., Sturm, M., Selkowitz, D., & Larsen, C. (2016). Snow depth and snow persistence patterns in the Arctic from analysis of the entire Landsat archive. In AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts., 2016, C41F-06.

Parr, C., Sturm, M., Larsen, C., & Macander, M. (2016). Tundra Snow Depth Pattern Year-to-Year Similarity Revealed by Airborne Lidar. National Park Service Centennial Science and Stewardship Symposium: State of the Climate. Fairbanks, Alaska.

Haselwimmer, C., Prakash, A., Parr, C., Stowell, L., Daanen, R., Miller, J., & Holdmann, G. (2012). Investigating Geothermally-heated Ground at Pilgrim Hot Springs, Alaska using Remote Sensing Observations of Anomalous Snow-melt and In-situ Shallow Temperature Measurements. In AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.