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2014 - 2010

*student author

  • *Coons, L., A. W. Nolin, K. E. Gleason, E. J. Mar, K. Rittger, T. R. Roth, and T. H. Painter (2014). Seeing the snow through the trees: towards a validated canopy adjustment for satellite snow-covered area, In: Remote Sensing of the Terrestrial Water Cycle, V. Lakshmi (ed.), AGU Geophysical Monograph Series, Wiley & Sons,

  • Levy, J. S, A. W. Nolin, A. G. Fountain, and J. W. Head (2014). Hyperspectral measurements of wet, dry, and saline soils from the McMurdo Dry Valleys: Soil moisture properties from remote sensing. Antarctic Science, 565-572,

  • *Gleason, K. E., A. W. Nolin, and T. R. Roth (2013). Charred forests increase snowmelt: Effects of burned woody debris and incoming solar radiation on snow ablation, Geophysical Research Letters, 40, 1-8,

  • *Sproles, E., A. W. Nolin, K. Rittger, and T. Painter (2013). Climate change impacts on maritime mountain snowpack in the Oregon Cascades, Hydrology and Earth System Science, 9, C5856–C5856,

  • *Burns, P. and A. W. Nolin (2013). Using atmospherically corrected Landsat imagery to measure glacier area change in the Cordillera Blanca, Peru from 1987 to 2010. Remote Sensing of Environment, 140, 165-178,

  • Jaeger, W.K., A.J. Plantinga, H. Chang, G. Grant, D. Hulse, J. McDonnell, H. Moradkhani A.T. Morzillo, P. Mote, A. Nolin, M. Santelmann, J. Wu (2013). Toward a formal definition of water scarcity in natural-human systems, Water Resources Research, 49, 1–12,

  • Nolin, A. W. (2012). Perspectives on climate change, mountain hydrology, and water resources in the Oregon Cascades, USA, Mountain Research and Development, 32(S1), 35-46,

  • Nolin, A. W., E. Sproles, and A. Brown (2012). Climate Change Impacts on Snow and Water Resources in the Columbia, Willamette, and McKenzie River Basins, USA: A Nested Watershed Study, In: Transboundary River Governance In The Face Of Uncertainty: The Columbia River Treaty, B. Cosens (Ed.), Oregon State University Press,

  • Hartmann, D. A., A. Nolin and others, (2012). Earth Science and Applications from Space: A Midterm Assessment of NASA’s Implementation of the Decadal Survey, National Academies Press, Washington, D.C., 122p.

  • Lancaster, S. T., A. W. Nolin, E. A. Copeland, and G. E. Grant (2012). Periglacial debris flow hazard determined from satellite imagery, airborne LiDAR and ground-based mapping, Geosphere, 8;417-430,

  • Chopping, M. J., C. B. Schaaf, F. Zhao, Z. Wang, A. W. Nolin, G. Moisen, J. V. Martonchik, M. Bull (2011). Forest Structure and Aboveground Biomass in the Southwestern United States from MODIS and MISR, Remote Sensing of Environment,

  • Nolin, A. W. (2010). Recent advances in remote sensing of seasonal snow, Journal of Glaciology, 56(200), 1141-1150,

  • Nolin, A. W., J. Phillippe, S. L. Lewis, and A. Jefferson (2010).  Present-day and future contributions of glacier runoff to summertime flows in a Pacific Northwest Watershed: Implications for water resources, Water Resources Research, 46, W12509,

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