2001 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
2000 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Hydrology, Snow, Climatology, Precipitation and Greenland ice sheet are his primary areas of study. His studies deal with areas such as Meltwater, Soil water and Climate change as well as Hydrology. His Snow study incorporates themes from Elevation and Inverse distance weighting.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Firn, Atmospheric sciences, Flood forecasting and Hydrological modelling in addition to Climatology. His research investigates the connection with Greenland ice sheet and areas like Atmospheric circulation which intersect with concerns in Arctic, Spatial variability and Proxy. His Ice sheet research integrates issues from Cryosphere, Ice core and Physical geography.
Roger C. Bales mostly deals with Snow, Hydrology, Atmospheric sciences, Snowmelt and Snowpack. He interconnects Climatology, Ice core, Physical geography and Precipitation in the investigation of issues within Snow. His research related to Drainage basin, Surface runoff, Evapotranspiration, Hydrology and Streamflow might be considered part of Hydrology.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Elevation and Structural basin. His studies in Atmospheric sciences integrate themes in fields like Planetary boundary layer and Atmosphere, Meteorology. His Snowmelt research incorporates elements of Watershed and Remote sensing.
Roger C. Bales mainly investigates Hydrology, Snow, Evapotranspiration, Surface runoff and Precipitation. Roger C. Bales combines subjects such as Climate change and Snowpack with his study of Hydrology. Roger C. Bales is studying Snowmelt, which is a component of Snow.
Roger C. Bales usually deals with Evapotranspiration and limits it to topics linked to Moisture and Mediterranean climate. His research integrates issues of Global warming, Water balance and Atmospheric sciences in his study of Surface runoff. The concepts of his Precipitation study are interwoven with issues in Biomass, Structural basin, Streamflow and Water year.
Roger C. Bales spends much of his time researching Hydrology, Snow, Drainage basin, Evapotranspiration and Snowmelt. The various areas that Roger C. Bales examines in his Hydrology study include Structural basin, Climate change and Precipitation. His study in Snow is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Lidar and Orographic lift.
His Orographic lift research focuses on Physical geography and how it connects with Soil texture. His Drainage basin research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Water balance, Snowpack and Water cycle. The Snowmelt study combines topics in areas such as Machine learning, Scale and Hydrological modelling.
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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)
Higher surface mass balance of the Greenland ice sheet revealed by high-resolution climate modeling.
Janneke Ettema;Michiel R. van den Broeke;Erik van Meijgaard;Willem Jan van de Berg.
Geophysical Research Letters (2009)
Estimating Stream Temperature from Air Temperature: Implications for Future Water Quality
Jean C. Morrill;Jean C. Morrill;Roger C. Bales;Roger C. Bales;Martha H. Conklin;Martha H. Conklin.
Journal of Environmental Engineering (2005)
Bacteriophage adsorption during transport through porous media: chemical perturbations and reversibility
Roger C. Bales;Stephen R. Hinkle;Thomas W. Kroeger;Kristen Stocking.
Environmental Science & Technology (1991)
CONFIDENCE BUILDERS Evaluating Seasonal Climate Forecasts from User Perspectives
Holly C. Hartmann;Thomas C. Pagano;S. Sorooshian;R. Bales.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2002)
Estimating the spatial distribution of snow in mountain basins using remote sensing and energy balance modeling
Donald W. Cline;Roger C. Bales;Jeff Dozier.
Water Resources Research (1998)
Soil Moisture Response to Snowmelt and Rainfall in a Sierra Nevada Mixed-Conifer Forest
Roger C. Bales;Jan W. Hopmans;Anthony T. O'Geen;Matthew Meadows.
Vadose Zone Journal (2011)
MS-2 AND POLIOVIRUS TRANSPORT IN POROUS MEDIA : HYDROPHOBIC EFFECTS AND CHEMICAL PERTURBATIONS
Roger C. Bales;Shimin Li;Kimberly M. Maguire;Moyasar T. Yahya.
Water Resources Research (1993)
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)
Bacteriophage Transport in Sandy Soil and Fractured Tuff.
Roger C. Bales;Charles P. Gerba;Gerald H. Grondin;Stephen L. Jensen.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (1989)
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