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Noah Molotch


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Boulder, Sierra
Surface water and snow hydrology, remote sensing, ecohydrology

Assistant Professor; Geography; University of Colorado, Boulder
CU-Boulder - University of Colorado at Boulder
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Research Scientist; Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology

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Director of CWEST (Center for Water, Earth Science, and Technology)

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Ph.D. , University of Arizona, 2004

Research interests include surface water and snow hydrology, remote sensing, and ecohydrology, specifically focusing on the processes controlling hydrologic fluxes in cold regions and within the greater Earth system. Current projects utilize ground-based observations, remote sensing, and computational modeling to obtain comprehensive understanding of hydrological processes. In addition I study water, carbon, and nitrogen fluxes and the feedbacks between water availability and carbon cycling in montane forests.

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