College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences
Using advanced technologies to investigate the impacts of climate change on snow and ice. Focusing on mountain watershed hydrology, snow-vegetation interactions, and climate change impacts on snow, glaciers, ice sheets, and society.
"Mountain Meltdown?" a panel discussion on mountain climate change and winter sports, at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco, 22 October 2013 Link to Mountain Meltdown
Nolin joins the Board of Protect Our Winters, a non-profit group raising awareness of global warming impacts on snow, glaciers, and snow sports Link to Protect Our Winters
Gleason, K. E., A. W. Nolin, and T. R. Roth. Charred forests increase snowmelt: Effects of burned woody debris and incoming solar radiation on snow ablation, Geophysical Research Letters, 40, 1-8, doi:10.1002/grl.50896, 2013.
Sproles, E., A. W. Nolin, K. Rittger, and T. Painter, Climate change impacts on maritime mountain snowpack in the Oregon Cascades, Hydrology and Earth System Science, 17, 2581-2597, 2013.
Jaeger, W.K., A.J. Plantinga, H. Chang, G. Grant, D. Hulse, J. McDonnell, H. Moradkhani A.T. Morzillo, P. Mote, A. Nolin, M. Santelmann, J. Wu. Toward a formal definition of water scarcity in natural-human systems, Water Resources Research, DOI:10.1002/wrcr.20249, 2013.
Nolin, A. W., E. Sproles, and A. Brown, Climate Change Impacts on Snow and Water Resources in the Columbia, Willamette, and McKenzie River Basins, USA: A Nested Watershed Study. In: Transboundary Governance in the Face of Uncertainty: The Columbia River Treaty, B. Cosens (Ed.), Oregon State University Press, 2012.
|Dr. Anne W. Nolin|
|Department of Geosciences|
|Oregon State University|
|Corvallis, OR 97331|
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