Hydroclimatology I

Type: Virtual Paper
Theme:
Sponsor Groups: Climate Specialty Group, Water Resources Specialty Group
Poster #:
Day: 4/10/2021
Start / End Time: 8:00 AM / 9:15 AM (PDT)
Room: Virtual 40
Organizers: Natalie Teale, Trent Ford
Chairs: Natalie Teale

Call for Submissions

This session broadly welcomes papers in hydroclimatology. Topics in these sessions may encompass precipitation, runoff, soil moisture, and extreme hydrological events. Anticipated data sources include observations, regional to global scale models, reanalysis, and remote sensing. All methodologies in use in hydroclimatological research are welcome, as are a variety of scales and multiscalar approaches. For those wishing to participate in the Hydroclimatology sessions, please submit 1) a copy of your abstract, 2) your presenter identification number (PIN), and 3) your preference to participate in the in-person session or the virtual session, no later than October 29th to one of the following:

Dr. Natalie Teale
Department of Geography
University of Tennessee
nteale@utk.edu

Dr. Trent Ford
Illinois State Climatologist
Illinois State Water Survey/Prairie Research Institute
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
twford@illinois.edu


Description

The hydroclimatology sessions broadly welcome papers focusing on water in the climate system and/or interactions between the hydrologic cycle and the land surface. The Hydroclimatology I session focuses on any aspect of hydroclimatology, including measurement/observation, analysis, modeling and remote sensing of various aspects of precipitation (both rain and snow), soil moisture, evapotranspiration, runoff and stream flow. Anticipated topics include advances in monitoring, modeling or predicting hydroclimatic conditions, including extreme conditions. Anticipated data sources include observations, regional to global scale models, reanalysis, and remote sensing. All methodologies in use in hydroclimatological research are welcome, as are a variety of scales and multiscalar approaches. Detailed information regarding registration, abstract submission, and other pertinent items can be found on the web page of the Association of American Geographers (http://www.aag.org). For those wishing to participate in the Hydroclimatology session, please submit 1) a copy of your abstract, 2) your presenter identification number (PIN), and 3) your preference to participate in the in-person session or the virtual session, no later than October 29th to one of the following:

Dr. Natalie Teale
Department of Geography
University of Tennessee
nteale@utk.edu

Dr. Trent Ford
Illinois State Climatologist
Illinois State Water Survey/Prairie Research Institute
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
twford@illinois.edu


Agenda

Type Details Minutes Start Time
Presenter Jase Bernhardt*, Hofstra University, Mining Weather and Climate Data from the Diary of a Forty- Niner 15 8:00 AM
Presenter Kripa Thapa*, , Simon Brewer, Department of Geography, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, USA , Timothy Collins, Department of Geography, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, USA , Summer Rupper, Department of Geography, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, USA, Water Vulnerability Assessment at sub-basins level in Nepal 15 8:15 AM
Presenter Zachary Suriano*, University of Nebraska - Omaha, Atmospheric Forcings or Snow Cover: What’s driving observed trends in snowmelt? 15 8:30 AM
Presenter Christopher J Picard*, Dartmouth College (student), Jonathan M Winter, Dartmouth College, Charlotte F Cockburn, Dartmouth College, Janel L Hanrahan, Northern Vermont University, Climate change increases total and extreme precipitation across the northeastern United States 15 8:45 AM
Presenter Natalie Teale*, University of Tennessee, Characterization of the relationship between water vapor fluxes and the precipitation regime of the eastern US 15 9:00 AM

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