WHO IS DIRECTLY UTILIZING DATA FROM CSAS AND SENATOR BECK BASIN?

  • Army Cold Regions Research Lab (CRREL)
    • Annual LiDAR measurements …
    • AGU 2011: Comparison of ground-based LiDAR and ground-based radar of southwestern Colorado snowpack
  • Army Corp of Engineers
    • Utilizing data …
  • Boise State University, Cryosphere Geophysics and Remote Sensing:
    • H.P. Marshall has conducted years of research …
    • Remote Sensing of Snow Water Equivalent
    • Slope-scale Snowpack Stability Derived from Multiple Snowmicropen Measurements and High-resolution Terrestrial FMCW Radar Surveys. Proceedings of the 2010 International Snow Science Workshop
    • Marshall uses CSAS data for teaching both graduate and undergraduate courses
  • Columbia and Rutgers Universities
    • Climate Researchers, Naud – Columbia and Miller – Rutgers utilized SBBSA data in their “in press” …
  • NASA Aeronet
    • CSAS operates Aeronet #332 at our Swamp Angel Study Plot
  • NASA Jet Propulsion Lab, Water and Carbon Cycles Group
    • On an hourly basis, NASA JPL receives a complete set of data from Senator Beck Basin.
  • National Center for Atmospheric Research
    • Senator Beck data is one of 4 sites used in the NCAR project: Improving seasonal drought predictions in the western USA: Developing and evaluating an ensemble snow modeling framework in the Community Hydrologic Prediction System (CHPS). Martyn Clark is the PI on this project …
  • UCLA
    • PhD student McKenzie Skiles, in conjuction with Tom Painter’s team utilizes data and dust samples for her research …
  • University of Colorado – Boulder
    • Janice Brahney, PhD candidate, conducts rainwater chemistry research in Senator Beck Basin
  • USGS
    • CSAS sends dust samples to the USGS Geology and Environmental Change Science Center (Denver) as part of the Colorado Dust on Snow (CODOS) program