Major Field Campaigns
Data Analysis / Geostatsistics (GEOSC 422/GEOPH 522)
Snow and Ice Physics (GEOPH 466/566)
Processes and Properties of the Earth II (GEOPH 502)
SNOSS model output
Department of Geosciences
Boise State University
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Cryosphere Geophysics and Remote Sensing group website
I am a snow scientist and glaciologist who uses geophysics and engineering
tools to study the cryosphere. A major
focus of my research involves quantifying the spatial varaibility of the
seasonal snowcover and its effect on remote sensing measurements, snow
hydrology, and snow avalanches.
Recent advances in technology have
resulted in new rapid ground-based snow measurement methods, which
I use to quantify snow properties at high spatial and temporal resolution.
These measurements are used to test and improve snow models and microwave
retrieval algorithms. My interests also include snow slope stability modeling,
snow and ice mechanics, and melt water pathways in both snow and temperate ice.