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Research Theme: Terrestrial Hydrosphere

Here is an atmospheric-level view of all the Terrestrial Hydrosphere
research and happenings at INSTAAR.

Water is central to life on land, and this research covers the properties, processes, chemistry, and quality that pertains to it in whatever form it takes: solid, liquid, or gaseous; surface water or groundwater.

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Alton C. Byers 2019: Chasing GLOFs in the Nepal Himalaya. ECS Nepal, http://ecs.com.np/features/chasing-glofs-in-the-nepal-himalay

Driscoll, J. M., Meixner, T., Noah P. Molotch, Ferre, T. P. A., Mark Williams, Sickman, J. O. 2018: Event-response ellipses: A method to quantify and compare the role of dynamic storage at the catchment scale in snowmelt-dominated systems. Water, 10(12): 1824-1841. DOI: 10.3390/w10121824

Zheng, Z., Noah P. Molotch, Oroza, C. A., Conklin, M. H., Bales, R. C. 2018: Spatial snow water equivalent estimation for mountainous areas using wireless-sensor networks and remote-sensing products. Remote Sensing of Environment, 215: 44-56. DOI: 10.1016/j.rse.2018.05.029

Saelens, E., Gardner, C. B., Kathy Welch, Welch, S. A., Lyons, W. B. 2018: Barium and barite dynamics in Antarctic streams. Geology, 46(9): 811-814. DOI: 10.1130/G45048.1

Keith Musselman, Lehner, F., Ikeda, K., Clark, M. P., Prein, A. F., Liu, C., Barlage, M., Rasmussen, R. 2018: Projected increases and shifts in rain-on-snow flood risk over western North America. Nature Climate Change, 8(9): 808-812. DOI: 10.1038/s41558-018-0236-4

van der Meij, W. M., Arnaud Temme, Lin, H. S., Gerke, H. H., Sommer, M. 2018: On the role of hydrologic processes in soil and landscape evolution modeling: Concepts, complications and partial solutions. Earth-Science Reviews, 185: 1088-1106. DOI: 10.1016/j.earscirev.2018.09.001

Andriuzzi, W. S., Lee Stanish, Simmons, B. L., Jaros, C., Adams, B. J., Wall, D. H., Diane M. McKnight 2018: Spatial and temporal patterns of microbial mats and associated invertebrates along an Antarctic stream. Polar Biology, 41(10): 1911-1921. DOI: 10.1007/s00300-018-2331-4

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