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Susan Frankenstein, Anne Sawyer, and Julie Koeberle

incoming and reflected solar radiations are used to drive the models, FASST did better at Buffalo Pass, Walton Creek, and Fool Creek during the accumulation period. Both models do very well at predicting the slope and diurnal oscillations in the ablation phase at the two Rabbit Ears ISAs, whereas SNTHERM becomes unstable at Fool Creek, melting out much quicker than observed. In all cases, FASSTi melts quicker than FASST, with the former predicting melt-out before the actual date, whereas FASST and

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