The Ucross High Plains Stewardship Initiative research team (UHPSI) has recently received a “Google Earth Engine Research Award”. The award has been granted in support of UHPSI’s ongoing land-cover studies and will provide the team the opportunity to make advanced methods for rapid land-cover detection and assessment available to the public through the use of Read more about The Ucross High Plains Stewardship Team wins a Google Research Award[…]
Water is most decidedly a crucial resource for the Ucross ranch. Fueled to a large extent by snowmelt from the Bighorns, Piney and Clear Creeks are the major streams that run through the property. Understanding how these two streams operate helps inform management when making decisions on where to, for example, stabilize a bank so Read more about Transition Analysis for River Morphology[…]
Charlie was able to attend a NASA-funded snow science field workshop at the Fraser Experimental Forest during the second week of January. The course was led by Dr. Kelly Elder, a research snow-hydrologist at the Rocky Mountain Research Station and Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO. Workshop participants spent the week mostly in the Read more about NASA Snow School[…]
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