Kim Slinski

Kim Slinski
University of Maryland ESSIC

Doctor of Philosophy

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Stormwater quality in three urban watersheds in Denver that have been undergoing rapid infill redevelopment for about a decade was evaluated. Sampling was conducted over 18 months, considering 15 storms. Results: (1) The first-flush effect was observed for nutrients and total suspended solids (TSS) but not for total dissolved solids (TDS), conducti...
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Plain Language Summary Freshwater is one of the world's most important natural resources. However, data scarcity in many parts of the world is a substantial barrier to understanding and predicting the impact of environmental changes on freshwater ecosystems. Satellites provide data on water resources in data‐poor regions. The “active‐passive surfac...
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In the Western United States (US), the current mountain pine beetle (MPB; Dendroctonus ponderosae) epidemic has affected more than five million hectares since its start in 1996, including headwater catchments that supply water to much of the Western US. There is widespread concern that the hydrologic consequences of the extensive pine tree die-off...
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Satellite remote sensing is a valuable source of observations of hydrologic variables, especially over large regional scales and in areas with sparse in-situ data. Gravity anomaly measurements from the NASA/German Space Agency’s Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) have been used to estimate temporal variations in groundwater, surface wa...
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Northern Uganda has been devastated by more than 20 years of open conflict by the LRA (Lord's Resistance Army) and the Government of Uganda. This war has been marked by extreme violence against civilians, who had been gathered in protected IDP (Internally Displaced Persons) camps. At the height of the displacement in 2007, the UN office for coordin...

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