Events / Watershed Institute - March 10, 2021

Monitoring Mountain Snowpack for Water Supply Forecasting and Beyond

A presentation by:

Karl Wetlaufer
Hydrologist/Assistant Supervisor, USDA-NRCS Colorado Snow Survey


How do scientists measure snowpack and use that data to forecast spring and summer river flows? Why is this area of science necessary in the West? Who exactly uses this data and what can cause uncertainly in streamflow forecasts? You’ll get answers to these questions and more, and find out what is in the 2021 Water Supply Outlook Report.

 

 


WHEN: Wednesday, March 10, 2021

TIME:
    
6:00-7:00pm   Presentation via Zoom
7:00-7:30pm   Q&A with speaker


WHERE:
 Virtual Presentation via Zoom

COST:
 FREE but registration is required

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