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2019 - 2015

*student author

  • *Hu, J. M., and A. W. Nolin (2019). Snowpack contributions and temperature characterization of landfalling atmospheric rivers in the Western Cordillera of the United States. Geophysical Research Letters, 46, 6663–6672,

  • *Roth, T. R. and A. W. Nolin (2019). Characterizing maritime snow canopy interception in forested mountains. Water Resources Research, 55.

  • Klein, J.A., and 21 others (2019). An integrated community and ecosystem-based approach to disaster risk reduction in mountain systems. Environmental Science and Policy, 94, 143-152,

  • Boelman, N. T., G.E. Liston, E. Gurarie, A.J.H. Meddens, P.J. Mahoney, P.B. Kirchner, G. Bohrer, T.J. Brinkman, C.L. Cosgrove, J.U.H. Eitel, M. Hebblewhite, J. S. Kimball, S. LaPoint, A.W. Nolin, S.H. Pedersen, L.R. Prugh, A.K. Reinking, and L.A. Vierling (2019). Integrating snow science and wildlife ecology in Arctic-boreal North America. Environmental Research Letters, 

  • Nolin, A. W. and E. Mar (2019). Arctic sea ice surface roughness estimated from multi-angular satellite reflectance imagery. Remote Sensing, https://doi:10.3390/rs11010050.

  • Sproles E. A. and A. W. Nolin (2018). SnowCloudHydro—A new framework for forecasting streamflow in data scarce regions. Remote Sensing,

  • Mahoney, P. J., G. E. Liston, S. LaPoint, E.  Gurarie, A. G. Wells, T. J. Brinkman, J. U. H. Eitel, M. Hebblewhite, A. W. Nolin, N. Boelman, L. R. Prugh (2018). Navigating snowscapes: scale-dependent responses of mountain sheep to snowpack properties, Ecological Applications,

  • Van de Kerk, M., D. Verbyla, A. W. Nolin, K. Sivy, L. Prugh (2018). Adverse effects of snow cover on Dall sheep population dynamics amplify with latitude, Environmental Research Letters,

  • *Ratcliff, C. J., S. L. Voelker, and A. W. Nolin (2018). Tree-ring carbon isotope records from the western Oregon Cascade Mountains primarily record summer maximum temperatures, Tree-ring Research, 74. 185–195,

  • Sivy, K., A. W. Nolin, C. L. Cosgrove, and L. R. Prugh (2018). Critical snow density threshold for Dall sheep (Ovis dalli dalli) Canadian Journal of Zoology,

  • Jaeger, W. K., A. Amos, D. P. Bigelow, H. Chang, D. Conklin, R. Haggerty, C. Langpap, K. Moore, P. Mote, A. Nolin, A. J. Plantinga, C. Schwartz, D. Tullos, and D. Turner (2017). Finding water scarcity amid abundance using human-natural system models, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences,

  • *Roth, T. R. and A. W. Nolin (2017). Forest impacts on snow accumulation and ablation across an elevation gradient in a temperate montane environment. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 5427–5442,

  • *Dickerson-Lange, S. E., R. F. Gersonde, J. A. Hubbart, T. E. Link, A. W. Nolin, G. H. Perry, T. R. Roth, N. E. Wayand, and J. D. Lundquist (2017). Snow disappearance timing is dominated by forest effects on snow accumulation in warm winter climates of the Pacific Northwest, USA, Hydrological Processes,

  • Boisvert, L. N., J. N. Lee, J. T. M. Lenaerts, B. Noël, M. R. van den Broeke, and A. W. Nolin (2017). Using remotely sensed data from AIRS to estimate the vapor flux on the Greenland Ice Sheet: comparisons with observations and a regional climate model, Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres,

  • *Sproles, E. A., T. R. Roth, and A. W. Nolin (2017). Future Snow? A spatial-probabilistic assessment of the extraordinarily low snowpacks of 2014 and 2015 in the Oregon Cascades, The Cryosphere, 11, 331-341,

  • *Gleason, K. E., A. W. Nolin, and T. R. Roth (2017). Developing a representative snow monitoring network in a forested mountain watershed. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 21, 1137-1147,

  • Carey, M., O. C. Molden, M. B. Rasmussen, M Jackson, A. W. Nolin, B. G. Mark (2017). Impacts of glacier recession and declining meltwater on mountain societies. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 107:2, 350-359,

  • Gleeson, E., S. Wymann von Dach, C. G. Flint, G. Greenwood, M. F. Price, J. Balsiger, A. Nolin, and V. Vanacker (2016). Mountains of our Future Earth – Defining priorities for mountain research. Mountain Research and Development,  36(4):537-548, doi:

  • Turner, D. P., D. R. Conklin, K. Vache, C. Schwartz, A. W. Nolin, H. Chang, E. Watson, and J. P. Bolte (2016). Assessing mechanisms of climate change impact on the upland forest water balance of the Willamette River Basin, Oregon, Ecohydrology,

  • *Cooper, M. G., A. W. Nolin, and S. Mohammad (2016). Testing the recent snow drought as an analog for climate warming sensitivity of Cascades snowpacks. Environmental Research Letters, 11(8):084009,

  • Nolin, A. W. (2016). Remote sensing of the cryosphere, In: The International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment, and Technology. D. Richardson, Ed., Wiley and Sons, doi:10.1002/9781118786352.

  • *Gleason, K. E. and A. W. Nolin (2016). Charred forests accelerate snow albedo decay: parameterizing the post-fire radiative forcing on snow for three years following fire, Hydrological Processes,

  • Drake, S. A., H. Huwald, M. B. Parlange, J. S. Selker, A. W. Nolin, and C. W. Higgins. Attenuation of wind-induced pressure perturbations in alpine snow, Journal of Glaciology,

  • Frans, C., E. Istanbulluoglu, D. P. Lettenmaier, B. S. Naz, G. K. C. Clarke, T. Condom, P. Burns, and A. Nolin. (2015). Predicting glacio-hydrologic change in the headwaters of the Zongo River, Cordillera Real, Bolivia, Water Resources Research,

  • Safeeq, M. S. Shukla, I. Arismendi, G. E. Grant, S. L. Lewis, and A. Nolin (2015). Influence of winter season climate variability on snow-precipitation ratio in the western United States, International Journal of Climatology,

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