Precipitation Scaling Data Set (Vögeli et al., Frontiers)

Dataset (Model input, snow distribution and validation) for the precipitation scaling paper, which should be cited along with the data set citation.

This data is useful for distributed hydrological modelling or other tasks that involve the study of snow distribution and precipitation in the high Alpine.

The format of the data is for Alpine3D ( model runs but other models could be used, too.

Please cite:

Vögeli, C., Lehning, M., Wever, N., Bavay M., 2016: Scaling Precipitation Input to Spatially Distributed Hydrological Models by Measured Snow Distribution., Front. Earth Sci. 4: 108. doi: 10.3389/feart.2016.00108.

Dataset is provided as a single zip file. The archive contains two directories, the valuable distributed snow depth maps for the landscape Davos and the simulation input. The archive also contains the file: "ReadMeMetadataDataSetPrecipitationScaling" which explains the data structure.

Funding Information:

This work was supported by:
  • Funding information not available.


Vögeli, Christian; Lehning, Michael; Mathias Bavay (2016). Precipitation Scaling Data Set (Vögeli et al., Frontiers). Frontiers in Earth Science. doi:10.16904/23.

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DOI 10.16904/23
Publication State Published
  • Given Name: Christian  Family Name: Vögeli  Email: christian.voegelifoo(at)  Affiliation: WSL
  • Given Name: Michael  Family Name: Lehning  Email: lehningfoo(at)  Affiliation: WSL  Additional Affiliation : EPFL
  • Family Name: Mathias Bavay  Email: bavayfoo(at)  Affiliation: WSL
Contact Person Given Name: Michael  Family Name: Lehning  Email: lehningfoo(at)  Affiliation: WSL
Publication Publisher: Frontiers in Earth Science  Year: 2016
  • Type: Created  Date: 2018-12-06
Version 1.0
General Type Dataset
Language English
Location Davos, Switzerland
Content License ODbL with Database Contents License (DbCL)    [Open Data]
Last Updated November 1, 2019, 00:48 (CET)
Created August 15, 2017, 17:23 (CEST)

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