Mountain Hydrology Research

Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Washington


Repeatable Snow Patterns

Snow Information for Wildlife Dynamics

Forests and Snow

Snow Surface Temperature and Snow Depth in the Tuolumne Watershed

Intermittent Snow and Process Dynamics


Orographic Precipitation

Mapping temperature in complex terrain

Spatial patterns of snow-fed streamflow

Rain vs. Snow

How meadow ecology relates to snow and climate

Intercomparison of Meteorological Forcing Data from Empirical and Mesoscale Model Sources

Silvicliture to maximize snow retention

Remote sensing of radiation to improve snow modeling

Wildflowers and Snow


Explore the links on the left for descriptions of our current research investigations.