Sebastián A. Krogh
Sebastián A. Krogh
Associate Professor, Universidad de Concepción
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Diagnosis of the hydrology of a small Arctic basin at the tundra-taiga transition using a physically based hydrological model
SA Krogh, JW Pomeroy, P Marsh
Journal of hydrology 550, 685-703, 2017
Physically Based Mountain Hydrological Modelling using Reanalysis Data in Patagonia
SA Krogh, J Pomeroy, J McPhee
Journal of Hydrometeorology, 2015
Why does snowmelt-driven streamflow response to warming vary? A data-driven review and predictive framework
BL Gordon, PD Brooks, SA Krogh, GFS Boisrame, RWH Carroll, ...
Environmental Research Letters 17 (5), 053004, 2022
Impact of future climate and vegetation on the hydrology of an Arctic headwater basin at the Tundra-Taiga transition
SA Krogh, JW Pomeroy
Journal of Hydrometeorology 20 (2), 197-215, 2019
Using Process Based Snow Modeling and Lidar to Predict the Effects of Forest Thinning on the Northern Sierra Nevada Snowpack
S Krogh, P Broxton, P Manley, A Harpold
Frontiers in Forest and Global Change, 2020
Recent changes to the hydrological cycle of an Arctic basin at the tundra–taiga transition
SA Krogh, J Pomeroy
hydrology and earth system sciences 22 (7), 3993-4014, 2018
The cold regions hydrological modelling platform for hydrological diagnosis and prediction based on process understanding
JW Pomeroy, T Brown, X Fang, KR Shook, D Pradhananga, R Armstrong, ...
Journal of Hydrology 615, 128711, 2022
Increasing the Efficacy of Forest Thinning for Snow Using High‐Resolution Modeling: A Proof of Concept in the Lake Tahoe Basin, California, USA
AA Harpold, SA Krogh, M Kohler, D Eckberg, J Greenberg, G Sterle, ...
Ecohydrology, e2203, 2020
Shifting Hydrological Processes in a Canadian Agroforested Catchment due to a Warmer and Wetter Climate
O Aygün, C Kinnard, S Campeau, S Krogh
Water 12 (3), 739, 2020
Unraveling the controls on snow disappearance in montane conifer forests using multi‐site lidar
H Safa, SA Krogh, J Greenberg, TS Kostadinov, AA Harpold
Water Resources Research 57 (12), e2020WR027522, 2021
Diel streamflow cycles suggest more sensitive snowmelt-driven streamflow to climate change than land surface modeling
SA Krogh, L Scaff, G Sterle, J Kirchner, B Gordon, A Harpold
Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 2021
Dryline characteristics in North America’s historical and future climates
L Scaff, AF Prein, Y Li, AJ Clark, SA Krogh, N Taylor, C Liu, ...
Climate Dynamics 57 (7), 2171-2188, 2021
Simulating site-scale permafrost hydrology: Sensitivity to modelling decisions and air temperature
SA Krogh, JW Pomeroy
Journal of Hydrology 602, 126771, 2021
Avances en la modelación hidrológica de gran escala en cuencas Patagónicas mediante la incorporación de reanálisis climatológicos: aplicación a la cuenca del Río Baker, Región …
SA Krogh
Universidad de Chile, 2012
Antecedent snowpack cold content alters the hydrologic response to extreme rain-on-snow events
L Katz, G Lewis, S Krogh, S Drake, E Hanan, B Hatchett, A Harpold
Journal of Hydrometeorology 24 (10), 1825-1846, 2023
Subsurface lateral flows buffer riparian water stress against snow drought
LJ Graup, CL Tague, AA Harpold, SA Krogh
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 127 (12), e2022JG006980, 2022
Unraveling the Controls on Snow Disappearance in Montane Forests Using Multi-Site Lidar Observations
H Safa, S Krogh, J Greenberg, TS Kostadinov, AA Harpold
Authorea Preprints, 2022
The impacts of changing Winter Warm Spells on snow ablation over Western North America
L Scaff, SA Krogh, K Musselman, A Harpold, Y Li, M Lillo‐Saavedra, ...
Water Resources Research 60 (5), e2023WR034492, 2024
Return of the Giants: The extreme Atmospheric River of late June 2023 in central Chile
R Garreaud, D Bozkurt, D Campos, RF Rondanelli, S Krogh, L Scaff, ...
AGU23, 2023
The prediction of uneven snowpack response to forest thinning informs forest restoration in the central Sierra Nevada
G Lewis, A Harpold, SA Krogh, P Broxton, PN Manley
Ecohydrology 16 (7), e2580, 2023
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