Oregon State University
Collaboration Area: Cloud Computing
My name is Ryan Crumley, I’m a 2nd year Ph.D. student in Water Resources Science at Oregon State University. My research is on hydrologic partitioning of streamflow in glacierized and snow dominated watersheds in Alaska, the Pacific Northwest, and the Andes, and the potential changes to these systems in a warming world. I use snow evolution modeling, remotely sensed snow and ice datasets, and in-situ hydrochemical observations to study these regions. At the ESIP Winter Meeting, attending the poster session and having personal conversations with climate scientists and cloud computing experts about their current projects was incredibly valuable to me. I also really enjoyed the Experiences in Science Communication workshop. I will be assisting the cloud computing cluster in the coming months. I’m looking forward to the ESIP student fellow experience!