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Aaron Heldmyer

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My name is Aaron Heldmyer (aaron.heldmyer@colorado.edu). I'm a PhD student at the University of Colorado - Boulder in the civil engineering dept. with a focus in water resources. My research involves hydrologic modeling - I just completed a project mapping historical and future snowpack in two key areas of importance to the wolverine, in order to inform an upcoming decision regarding its endangered species status. My thesis work I'll begin soon involves characterizing the sediment loading in streams from areas disturbed by wildfire. I've enjoyed living in Colorado since 2009, and like most Coloradans, I have an affinity with the outdoors! So when the weather is nice, I enjoy hiking, swimming, and other outdoorsy activities like that.

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Created: April 11, 2017, 8:11 p.m.
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ABSTRACT:

My name is Aaron Heldmyer (aaron.heldmyer@colorado.edu). I'm a PhD student at the University of Colorado - Boulder in the civil engineering dept. with a focus in water resources. My research involves hydrologic modeling - I just completed a project mapping historical and future snowpack in two key areas of importance to the wolverine, in order to inform an upcoming decision regarding its endangered species status. My thesis work I'll begin soon involves characterizing the sediment loading in streams from areas disturbed by wildfire. I've enjoyed living in Colorado since 2009, and like most Coloradans, I have an affinity with the outdoors! So when the weather is nice, I enjoy hiking, swimming, and other outdoorsy activities like that.

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