LATICE seminar: High Resolution Modeling of the Water Cycle over Major U.S. Mountain Ranges Including Potential Climate Change Impacts
A seminar with the title: High Resolution Modeling of the Water Cycle over Major U.S. Mountain Ranges Including Potential Climate Change Impacts, is to be held Friday 17 of March. Speaker is Roy Rasmussen, from National Center for Atmospheric Research (U.S.).
This open (lunch-) seminar is organized by LATICE, and the GEOHYD section.
The Water Cycle. Graphic Illustration: Colourbox.com
Welcome to this seminar about high resolution modeling of the water cycle over major U.S. Mountain Ranges including potential climate change impacts.
About the speaker:
Roy Rasmussen is the Director of Research Applications Laboratory, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado, USA
The seminar is open for all interested in the topic of the seminar. Students are also heartly welcome to attend this seminar.
Bring your lunch if you want to.