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  • Bhavna  Arora  (right)  and  former  intern  Madison  Burrus  discuss  the  computer  simulations  they  are  creating  using  data  about  river  discharge,  precipitation,  and  snowpack  collected  from  the  East  River  catchment  site  near  Crested  Butte,  CO.
    Marilyn Chung / Berkeley Lab
    Bhavna Arora (right) and former intern Madison Burrus discuss the computer simulations they are creating using data about river discharge, precipitation, and snowpack collected from the East River catchment site near Crested Butte, CO.
  • As  part  of  the  Watershed  Function  Scientific  Focus  Area  (SFA)  Berkeley  Lab  researchers  are  studying  how  disturbances  to  mountainous  watersheds  impact  the  downstream  delivery  of  water,  nutrients,  carbon,  and  metals,  at  the  East  River  basin  in  Colorado.
    Roy Kaltschmidt / Berkeley Lab
    As part of the Watershed Function Scientific Focus Area (SFA) Berkeley Lab researchers are studying how disturbances to mountainous watersheds impact the downstream delivery of water, nutrients, carbon, and metals, at the East River basin in Colorado.
  • The  Natural  Resources  Conservation  Service,  an  agency  of  the  USDA,  monitors  snowpack  and  related  climatic  data  at  more  than  700  sites  in  11  western  states.  This  snow  map  shows  how  snow  depth  in  January  2018  across  the  West  compared  tomedian  snow  depth  values  recorded  during  January  from  1981  to  2010  at  these  sites.
    Photo Courtesy of USDA NRCS
    The Natural Resources Conservation Service, an agency of the USDA, monitors snowpack and related climatic data at more than 700 sites in 11 western states. This snow map shows how snow depth in January 2018 across the West compared tomedian snow depth values recorded during January from 1981 to 2010 at these sites.
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