Mountain Hydrology Group


JANUARY 27, 2017. Alan Buis and Trent Knoss. Storms Filled 37 Percent of CA Snow-Water Deficit. NASA JPL.

JANUARY 27, 2017. Trent Knoss. Recent storms recouped 37 percent of California’s five-year snow-water deficit. University of Colorado, Boulder.

JANUARY 27, 2017. Bettina Boxall, January storms erase part of California's snowpack deficit. LA Times.

January 30, 2017. Ryan Sabalow. One month of storms erases big chunk of California’s snow-water deficit. Sacremento Bee.

January 30, 2017. Peter Fimrite. Even after epic storms, groundwater still depleted by drought. San Francisco Gate.

January 30, 2017. JasonSamenow. It snowed 5.7 trillion gallons of water in California this January. Washington Post.

January 31, 2017. Sidney Fussell. Snowfall In California Went A Long Way To Helping The State's Drought. Gizmodo Australia.

February 2, 2017. Craig Miller. 'Astounding' Snowpack Bodes Well for Summer Water Supply. KQED Radio, Science.

February 2, 2017. Joseph Serna. California snowpack reaches 173% of average, replenishing a third of state's 'snow-deficit.' L.A. Times.

February 3, 2017. Peter Fimrite. Surveyors ‘ecstatic’ as Sierra snowpack measures 173% of normal. San Francisco Gate.

March 3, 2017. Mike Carlowicz and Joshua Stevens. Abundant Snowpack Blankets the Sierra Nevada. NASA Earth Observatory.

March 22, 2017. Anthony Cave. NASA grant to explore California's drought conditions. KXTV.

May 4, 2017. Brian K Sullivan and Ryan Collins, In a Twist, Snow Is Keeping Natural Gas Prices Down in Texas, Bloomberg News.