The Watershed Hydrology Lab at the University of Wyoming studies how watershed structure (e.g. topography and vegetation) and climatic variability influence various metrics of watershed hydrologic response of natural and anthropogenically altered landscapes. To date, the research has focused on streamflow dynamics, the spatial distribution of water stored in a watershed, runoff source areas, and watershed memory effects. Approaches to disentangle these relationships in both natural and disturbed environments include a combination of field-based, remote sensing, and modeling methodologies. General interests include–but are not limited to–the following:

  • Watershed hydrology
  • Storage and memory (i.e. carry-over) effects
  • Evapotranspiration
  • Snow hydrology
  • Disturbed/designed systems
  • Runoff source areas
  • (Shallow) groundwater dynamics

If you are interested in joining the lab, please send me an email at fnippgen@uwyo.edu.

NEWS / UPCOMING

Presentation at AGU:

Nippgen F., Ross, M.R., Stoy, P.E., How variable is the variability in annual evapotranspiration?

Session Date and Time: Monday, 10 December 2018; 13:40 - 18:00

Mountaintop mining in West Virginia

Contact Information

Fabian Nippgen

UWyo Watershed Hydrology Lab

Department of Ecosystem Science and Management

University of Wyoming

Ag C 2009

Laramie, WY 82071

fnippgen@uwyo.edu

(307) 766-5012