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Implications of increasing snow ephemerality for Great Basin hydrology and vegetation
Ephemeral snow is defined in a common persistence threshold as snowpack that persists for less than 60 consecutive days. Current observation and modeling techniques for ephemeral snowpack are lacking or underutilized. ...
Detection and Analysis of Spatiotemporal Changes in Great Basin Groundwater Dependent Vegetation Vigor
Throughout much of the arid Western United States, groundwater-dependent ecosystems (GDEs; those in which the flora necessarily rely on surface expressions of groundwater) represent hotspots of biodiversity, providing ...
Quantifying vegetation transpirational controls on streamflow in the Lehman Creek watershed to estimate potential effects of anthropogenic climate change
While a number of studies have documented the occurrence of climate change in the Western U.S., no studies have used modern instrumental climate data to quantify the potential effect of climate change-induced increases in ...