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Nolin presents in “Breakthroughs in Hydrology” lecture series

Posted by: | September 17, 2015 | No Comment |

Nolin presented the kickoff lecture in the Breathroughs in Hydrology lecture series at the Global Institute for Water Security at the University of Saskatchewan.

Her lecture, entitled “Advances in measuring, modeling, and understanding the consequences of climate change on snow hydrology” covered innovations in remote sensing of snow, hybrid approaches for snow modeling/remote sensing, and the role of snow hydrology in social-ecological systems modeling.

Thanks to Dr. Jeff McDonnell and everyone at the GIWS for serving as gracious hosts.

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