Dr. Lundquist will discuss the complexity and under-sampling of mountains in the Pacific Northwest relative to other U.S. mountains, why ski resorts here are so successful despite their relatively low elevations, and why arguing about rates of snow melt or retreat is fundamentally difficult because of spatial and temporal variability.
Professor Lundquist has been a faculty member with the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering since 2006. She is particularly interested in hydroclimatology and the relative importance of hydrologic processes at different basin scales, with a focus on mountain watersheds in the western United States. Dr. Lundquist is a member of the advisory board for the UW Program on Climate Change.
When: Thursday, 23 April 2009 from 7-8 p.m.
Where: Kane Hall 120, UW Seattle
Registration: Not available.
Cost: Free, but seating is limited.
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