Resolving the water balance of large lake systems

Event Date: 
Friday, April 5, 2019, 3:30 pm

Please join us for the Environmental and Water Resource Engineering seminar featuring Professor Andrew Gronewold, Associate Professor at the School For Environment and Sustainability.

Over the past decade, Dr. Gronewold has led research focused on understanding major components of the hydrologic cycle, with an emphasis on the Laurentian Great Lakes.  His research has led to improvements in regional land surface models, the introduction and continued maintenance of novel evaporation monitoring platforms, and recommendations for implementing a binational blend of continental precipitation products.  Dr. Gronewold's presentation will convey new statistical modeling approaches to reconcile discrepancies between alternate data sources for the regional water balance, and will outline plans for propagating lessons learned from the Laurentian Great Lakes to other large lake systems around the world.

Refreshments will be served before the seminar. Please bring your own coffee or tea mug.

Seminar schedule for the remainder of the semester:


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