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Chairs: Elizabeth Boyer (Pennsylvania State University) and Scott Tyler (University of Nevada Reno)
"National Scale Multi-User Facilities of Interest to the Hydrological Community"
Investments from the National Science Foundation and other agencies provide state-of-the-art tools and models for research and education. This session will feature an overview of multi-user research facilities, distributed instrumentation networks, collaboratories, and laboratories of interest in the hydrologic sciences. Representatives of each facility will describe their capabilities and the process for using the facility, and will provide examples of applications in the hydrologic sciences. We encourage all meeting participants to make use of these facilities, and to help spread the word about their availability.
Bruce Beaudoin (IRIS PASSCAL)
Glen Mattioli (UNAVCO)
John Selker (CTEMPs)
Janice Fulford (USGS Hydrologic Instrumentation Facility)
Brigitte Baeuerle (NCAR)
Craig Glennie (National Center for Airborne Laser Mapping)
Anders Noren (Continental Scientific Drilling Coordination Office)
Mike Olson (National Atmospheric Deposition Program)
Nick Harrison (National Ecological Observatory Network)
Chris Wilson & Miguel Leon (Critical Zone Observatories)
Albert Kettner (Community Surface Dynamics Modeling System)
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