Dr. Anne Nolin
Dr. Anne Nolin is a professor in the Department of Geography and leads the Computational Mountain Studies Research Group at the University of Nevada, Reno where she also serves as Director of the Graduate Program of Hydrologic Sciences. Her research focuses on snow hydrology and climate change, snow-forest interactions, and mountains as social-ecological systems. Dr. Nolin has over three decades of experience in remote sensing, field measurements, and modeling of changing snow and ice. She has worked in Greenland, Alaska, Switzerland, New Zealand, and across the western US. Dr. Nolin and her students have published on at-risk snow, impacts of wildfire on snow, and new ways of mapping snow and ice from space.