His main research concerns Environmental science, Snow, Snowpack, Snowmelt and Hydrology. His Environmental science studies intersect with other subjects such as Streamflow, Atmospheric sciences, Humidity, Surface runoff and Digital elevation model. His work deals with themes such as Climate change, Global change and Hydrology, GIS and hydrology, which intersect with Streamflow.
His studies deal with areas such as Remote sensing and Vegetation as well as Snow. His work carried out in the field of Snowpack brings together such families of science as Climatology and Atmospheric river, Precipitation. Noah P. Molotch works mostly in the field of Hydrology, limiting it down to topics relating to Canopy and, in certain cases, Latitude and Middle latitudes.
Noah P. Molotch focuses on Environmental science, Snow, Snowmelt, Hydrology and Snowpack. Environmental science is integrated with Atmospheric sciences, Streamflow, Climate change, Hydrology and Vegetation in his research. His study focuses on the intersection of Atmospheric sciences and fields such as Montane ecology with connections in the field of Energy balance.
His Snow study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Physical geography, Climatology, Remote sensing and Precipitation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Meltwater, Snow field, Canopy and Ecosystem in addition to Snowmelt. Noah P. Molotch has included themes like Latent heat, Subalpine forest, Leaf area index and Atmospheric river in his Snowpack study.
His primary scientific interests are in Environmental science, Snow, Snowmelt, Atmospheric sciences and Hydrology. His Environmental science research spans across into subjects like Hydrology, Snowpack, Climate change, Streamflow and Montane ecology. His study in Climate change is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Physical geography and Biome.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Photogrammetry, Remote sensing and Precipitation. His Snowmelt study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Productivity, Agronomy and Eddy covariance. His Hydrology research includes themes of Meltwater and Biogeochemical cycle.
Noah P. Molotch spends much of his time researching Environmental science, Snowmelt, Snow, Growing season and Ecosystem. Along with Environmental science, other disciplines of study including Atmospheric sciences, Snowpack, Hydrology, Relative humidity and Air temperature are integrated into his research. In the field of Atmospheric sciences, his study on Northern Hemisphere overlaps with subjects such as Spatial variability.
His Snowpack research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Global warming, Climate change, Wet-bulb temperature, Precipitation and Dew point. His studies deal with areas such as Productivity, Agronomy and Eddy covariance as well as Snowmelt. His Snow study deals with Remote sensing intersecting with In situ.
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Mountain hydrology of the western United States
Roger C. Bales;Noah P. Molotch;Noah P. Molotch;Thomas H. Painter;Michael D. Dettinger.
Water Resources Research (2006)
Extreme snowfall events linked to atmospheric rivers and surface air temperature via satellite measurements
Bin Guan;Noah P. Molotch;Noah P. Molotch;Duane E. Waliser;Eric J. Fetzer.
Geophysical Research Letters (2010)
Estimating the spatial distribution of snow water equivalent in an alpine basin using binary regression tree models: the impact of digital elevation data and independent variable selection
N. P. Molotch;M. T. Colee;R. C. Bales;J. Dozier.
Hydrological Processes (2005)
Snowmelt rate dictates streamflow
Theodore B. Barnhart;Theodore B. Barnhart;Noah P. Molotch;Noah P. Molotch;Noah P. Molotch;Ben Livneh;Ben Livneh;Adrian A. Harpold.
Geophysical Research Letters (2016)
Scaling snow observations from the point to the grid element: Implications for observation network design
Noah P. Molotch;Roger C. Bales.
Water Resources Research (2005)
Elevation-dependent influence of snow accumulation on forest greening
Ernesto Trujillo;Ernesto Trujillo;Noah P. Molotch;Noah P. Molotch;Noah P. Molotch;Michael L. Goulden;Anne E. Kelly.
Nature Geoscience (2012)
Large near-term projected snowpack loss over the western United States
John C. Fyfe;Chris Derksen;Lawrence Mudryk;Gregory M. Flato.
Nature Communications (2017)
Ecohydrological controls on snowmelt partitioning in mixed‐conifer sub‐alpine forests
Noah P. Molotch;Noah P. Molotch;Paul D. Brooks;Sean P. Burns;Sean P. Burns;Marcy Litvak.
Effects of vegetation on snow accumulation and ablation in a mid‐latitude sub‐alpine forest
K. N. Musselman;N. P. Molotch;P. D. Brooks.
Hydrological Processes (2008)
Spatial variation of the rain-snow temperature threshold across the Northern Hemisphere.
Keith Jennings;Taylor Scott Winchell;Ben Livneh;Noah P. Molotch;Noah P. Molotch;Noah P. Molotch.
Nature Communications (2018)
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