Dr. Anne Nolin is a Professor in the College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences at Oregon State University where she leads the Mountain Hydroclimatology Research Group. Her research focuses on the interactions of climate with mountain snowpacks and glaciers, and mountains as social-ecological systems. Funded by NASA, NSF, and USGS she has published on “at risk” snow, melting glaciers from Alaska to the Andes, and new ways of mapping snow and glaciers from space. Dr. Nolin received her Ph.D. degree in Geography from the University of California-Santa Barbara in 1993. From 1993-2002, she worked as a Research Scientist at the University of Colorado, spending several field seasons on the Greenland ice sheet. In 2002, Dr. Nolin joined the faculty of the Department of Geosciences, Oregon State University. She is a member of the NASA Science Team for the MISR instrument and has won two NASA group achievement awards. She has served as an Expert Reviewer for IPCC AR4, and Associate Editor for Water Resources Research, The Cryosphere, and the Journal of Hydrometeorology. In 2009-2010 Dr. Nolin received an Erskine Fellowship at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand and held the Landolt Chair in Sustainable Futures at EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland. Dr. Nolin teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in snow hydrology, climatology, mountain geography, satellite remote sensing and digital image processing.