Snow Collider Workshop: Future Projections of Snow
This post has been updated to include a link to the meeting summary.
On June 11, 2020, the North Central Climate Adaptation Science Center, in coordination with CU Boulder Earthlab and CIRES and the US Fish and Wildlife Service, hosted a Snow Collider virtual workshop, that brought snow data modellers and natural resource managers together to discuss and iterate on snow-related data and information needs, model limitations, and next steps for modeling future snow projections. The twenty-nine workshop participants were made up of managers, modelers, and group facilitators representing a variety of organizations including, CU Boulder, the Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks, National Park Service, Bureau of Reclamation, USFS, NRCS, and the Wildlife Conservation Society. A workshop summary will soon be released to participants.