Professor Gronewold’s research interests lie in hydrological modeling, with a focus on propagating uncertainty and variability into model-based water resources management decisions. His specific research areas include predicting runoff in ungauged basins, monitoring and understanding water quality dynamics in coastal areas, and incorporating probability theory and Bayesian statistics into watershed-scale data sets and forecasting tools.
He holds an adjunct appointment in the U-M Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Prior to his appointment in SEAS, he worked in the NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory as a hydrologist and physical scientist.
- Gronewold, A.D., V. Fortin, R. Caldwell, J. Noel. (2018). Resolving hydrometeorological data discontinuities along an international border. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 99(5), 899-910.
- Fujisaki-Manome, A., L. Fitzpatrick, A.D. Gronewold, E.J. Anderson, B.M. Lofgren, C. Spence, J. Chen, C. Shao, D. Wright, C. Xiao, 2017. Turbulent heat ﬂuxes during an extreme lake eﬀect snow event. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 18(2), 3145-3163.
- Gaborit, E., V. Fortin, X. Xu, F. Seglenieks, B. Tolson, L.M. Fry, T. Hunter, F. Anctil, A.D. Gronewold, 2017. A hydrological prediction system based on the SVS land-surface scheme: eﬀective calibration of GEM-Hydro for streamﬂow simulation over the Lake Ontario basin. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 21(9), 4825-4839.
- Gronewold, A.D., K. McMahan, M. Sobsey, 2017. The compartment bag test (CBT) for enumerating fecal indicator bacteria: basis for design and interpretation of results. Science of the Total Environment. 587, 102-107.
- Bolinger, R., A.D. Gronewold, K. Kompoltowicz, L. Fry. 2017. Application of the NMME in the Development of a New Regional Seasonal Climate Forecast Tool. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 98(3), 555-564.
- 2017: United States Army Corps of Engineers ($82,000); improving seasonal operational forecasting protocols and implementation (with CIGLR)
- 2016–2017: NCAR Postdocs Applying Climate Expertise (PACE) program, New York Power Authority, and Ontario Power Generation ($200,000); forecasting improvements project for regional hydropower management
- 2016–2017: International Joint Commission (IJC) International Watersheds Initiative ($53,000); closing the water balance of the Great Lakes: developing a new historical record reconciling bias and uncertainty
- 2014–2016: University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) PACE program and United States Army Corps of Engineers ($240,000); improving regional water budget projections, with Rebecca Bolinger
- 2015–2016: NOAA Coastal Storms Program ($260,000); improving estimates of evaporation over the North American Great Lakes, with Peter Blanken and John Lenters
- 2015: United States Army Corps of Engineers ($25,000); providing updated climate and water budget projections for long-term coastal water level infrastructure planning, with Brent Lofgren and John Allis
PhD, Duke University (Environmental Science and Policy)
BS, Cornell University (Civil and Environmental Engineering)
- Session co-chair, “Using new data and technology to better understand freshwater and lake systems: end-to-end remote sensing and regional modeling approaches”, AGU Annual Meeting, New Orleans, December 2017
- Session co-chair, “Regional water management: development and application of modeling and data for decisions”, 2017 International Association of Great Lakes Research annual meeting, Detroit, Michigan. June 2017.
- Lead convener, workshop on Great Lakes Hydrological Modeling, Ann Arbor, MI, 2016
- Session co-chair, “Interactions between large lakes and regional climate”, 2016 International Asso-ciation of Great Lakes Research annual meeting, University of Guelph, June 2016.
- Great Lakes Ensemble Advisory Committee (GLISA), 2015
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