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Characterizing Spatial and Temporal Variability of Snow Water Equivalent Using Pressure Sensors
The goal of this study is to characterize spatial variability of snow water equivalent (SWE) at the meter scale. The study includes measurement of SWE with a new pressure sensor and use of meteorological sensor data to ...
Effects of transient storage on solute transport and nitrogen cycling in a western U.S. river
This dissertation describes how different types of transient storage zones affect the in-stream physical and biological transport and storage of solutes in a large stream and how this knowledge can be applied to restoration ...
Nutrient and Mercury Concentrations and Loads in Lake Tahoe Basin Snowpack
Approximately seventy percent of Lake Tahoe Basin precipitation falls as snow during the winter and spring. During snowpack storage, chemicals that accumulate throughout the season via wet and dry deposition are subject ...
Combined Role of Low- and Mid-level Jets and Atmospheric Rivers on Winter Precipitation in the Eastern Sierra Nevada
Deep, narrow corridors of concentrated water vapor transport referred to as “atmospheric rivers” (ARs) are an important contributor to extreme precipitation in the western United States. This study takes a ...
Drivers of Spatial Dispersion and Residence Time of Coarse Sediment in Gravel-Bed Rivers
Transport of coarse sediment in gravel-bed streams alternates between mobile and immobile phases. Mobilized sediment disperses primarily in the streamwise and vertical directions. While travel times of sediment in the ...