The ESC final program Final Program is now available! Additionally, there will be an Eastern Snow Conference Live Stream via Zoom (link) available for the oral sessions, from 8am-12pm EDT Wednesday June 15, and from 830am-12pm EDT Thursday June 16….

The first cut of the ESC program is available (link). We’re looking forward to an excellent 73rd meeting here in Columbus. For details see the ESC website (link). More details to follow! Deadlines coming up quickly: 1. Registration of $250…

Asmita Murumkar officially joined the MORSL laboratory as a postdoc. Welcome Asmita!

Jinmei Pan was awarded a final-year Presidential Fellowship for her proposed work to improve radar retrieval algorithms for snow water equivalent estimation. Congratulations, Jinmei!

Melissa’s poster “Evaluation of the Weather Research and Forecasting Model Estimates of Mountain Snow” at the 2016 AMS Annual meeting was chosen as the 2nd place poster presentation among student entries in the hydrology section. The award comes with a…

Highbanks Metro Park cross-country ski trail February 2015. Photo by M. Durand.

The 73rd Eastern Snow Conference will be taking place right here in Columbus, Ohio, at the Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center. The call for papers is now available (link). See the Eastern Snow website for more details. Hope to…

The bars on the left represent Precipitation onto the lake, Runoff into the lake, and Evaporation out of the lake, in thousands of cubic meters per second. To convert to cubic kilometers per year, multiply by 31.5. The bars on…

Teachers measure how much water has infiltrated through various types of soil in soup cans.

As part of a project funded via the NSF Geoscience and Education, we worked with Jason Cervenec (BPCRC outreach coordinator) and Steven Gordon (Ohio Supercomputer Center), and with Howard Greene (College of Engineering Diversity & Outreach), to help develop a…

Layer cake snow stratigraphy

A bunch of us (me, Ben, Jinmei, Melissa, and Rhae Sung) just got back from participating in a field course led by Noah Molotch (UC Boulder). We were hosted by Storm Peak Lab (SPL); SPL is directed by Gannet Hallar…

Beautiful photos and a nice article on the Copper River (link). Via Faith.