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UW researcher finds breakthrough in hydrology

Mar 17, 2014 The Associated Press

LARAMIE -- A University of Wyoming researcher discovered that using satellite imagery to map the depth of melt ponds and melt-water stream channels on the ...


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Carl Legleiter, a UW assistant professor of geography, readied an unmanned drone boat before sending it out to record depth and brightness of a water body on the surface of the Greenland ice sheet. Fellow researchers Alberto Behar (left) and Larry Smith accompanied Leglieiter. UW photo

Carl Legleiter, a UW assistant professor of geography, readied an unmanned drone boat before sending it out to record depth and brightness of a water body on the surface of the Greenland ice sheet. Fellow researchers Alberto Behar (left) and Larry Smith accompanied Leglieiter. UW photo


Carl Legleiter, a UW assistant professor of geography, readied an unmanned drone boat before sending it out to record depth and brightness of a water body on the surface of the Greenland ice sheet. Fellow researchers Alberto Behar (left) and Larry Smith accompanied Leglieiter. UW photo

Carl Legleiter, a UW assistant professor of geography, readied an unmanned drone boat before sending it out to record depth and brightness of a water body on the surface of the Greenland ice sheet. Fellow researchers Alberto Behar (left) and Larry Smith accompanied Leglieiter. UW photo

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