WyCEHG WYOMING MOUNTAIN HYDROLOGY AND DUST DEPOSITION 

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The Wyoming Center for Environmental Hydrology and Geophysics at the University of Wyoming is an interdisciplinary program that brings together expertise in watershed hydrology, geophysics, remote sensing, and modeling to provide cutting-edge knowledge and tools to water resource managers, scientists, and the public and private sector across Wyoming and beyond. Working with the Snow Hydrology group, including co-investigators Noriaki Ohara, Brent Ewers, Scott Miller, Thijs Kelleners, Steve Holbrook, Jeff Snider, and David Williams, we are interested in understanding how snow distribution and evolution influence mountain hydrology, working in the Snowy Range in Wyoming. As part of this larger collaboration, I am interested in dust deposition, snow albedo and energy balance, and influence of dust on snow runoff, and collaborating with the hardest working UWyo grad student ever, Daniel Beverly