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Collaborators

Our work is very interdisciplinary, and we work with many great people with a wide range of expertise both at Boise State as well as at other universities and government labs.  Please see the links below to learn more about the people we are working with on our various Cryosphere projects.

Boise State University Collaborators

Department of Geosciences

John Bradford – Geophysics
Alejandro N. Flores – Ecohydrology, Remote Sensing & Data Assimilation
Jim McNamara – Hydrology & Surficial Processes
Kasper van Wijk – Geophysics

Department of Mathematics

Jodi Mead – Applied Mathematics
Grady Wright – Computational and Applied Mathematics

College of Engineering

Bob Hay – Electrical and Computer Engineering
Inanc Senacok – Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering

Current BSU Students

Patrick Kormos, Ph.D. candidate, Hydrology
Dave Eiriksson, M.S. candiatate, Hydrology

External Collaborators

Karl Birkeland – Avalanche Scientist, USFS National Avalanche Center and Adjunct Professor, Montana State University
Twit Conway – Glaciologist, University of Washington
Eli Deeb – Remote Sensing, U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory
Jeff Deems – Research Scientist, National Snow and Ice Data Center
Kelly Elder – Research Hydrologist, USFS Fort Collins Laboratory and Fraser Experimental Forest
Dave Finnegan – Remote Sensing, U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory
Bob Hawley – Glaciology and Remote Sensing, Department of Earth Sciences, Dartmouth College
Jerome Johnson – Geophysics, Institute of Northern Engineering, University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Gary Koh – Geophysics, U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory
Chris Landry – Executive Director, Center for Snow and Avalanche Studies
Eric Lutz – Glaciology and Remote Sensing, Department of Earth Sciences, Dartmouth College
Danny Marks – Research Hydrologist, USDA Northwest Watershed Research Center
James McCreight – NASA Ecological Forecasting Lab, Ames Research Center
Shad O’Neel – Glaciologist, USGS Alaska Science Center
Chris Pielmeier – Avalanche Scientist and Forecaster, WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF
Nick Rutter – Snow Hydrology, Northumbria University
Martin Scheebeli, Snow Physics, WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF
Matthew Sturm – Research Physical Scientist, U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory
Ken Tape – Biological Sciences, University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Marco Tedesco – Cryosphere Remote Sensing, Earth and Atmospheric Science, City College of New York
Simon Yueh – Section Manager of the Climate, Oceans, and Solid Earth Sciences, NASA Jet Propultion Laboratory
Adam Winstral - Hydrologist, USDA Northwest Watershed Research Center