Stephanie Kampf

Erosion in burn area after rain event.
African students with animal posters done in local style
Mountain lake.
Sampling in the backcountry on skies
Interviewing local women in Kenya


Intermittent Streams:  Citizen science, sensor, and remote sensing monitoring of streamflow intermittence.
External Links:
Stream Tracker Project
SOURCE article
Stream Tracker on 9news
Stream Tracker on KUNC



Mountain Hydrology:  controls on snowmelt and rainfall runoff processes at catchment and watershed scales.
Mountain streamflow

Colorado ungauged streamflow prediction

Learn more about our Mountain Hydrology research through this Science Diffusion article and this COLORADO WATER article.

External Links:
Loch Vale Project

Check out this Source article for Research teams monitors snow melt that feeds Colorado streams and rivers

Post-Fire Hydrology:  controls on hillslope erosion and streamflow changes after fire.
External Links:
Post-fire Workshop

Data Products:

Hammond, J., S. Kampf, A. Eurich (2020). Mean annual climate and watershed properties for small USGS and CDWR watersheds in the western U.S., HydroShare,

Kampf, S., S. Schmeer, L. MacDonald, B. Gannon, F. Saavedra, M. E. Miller, A. Heldmeyer, B. Livneh (2020). High Park Fire hillslope erosion data and watershed simulations, HydroShare,

Hammond, J., S. Kampf (2019). Mean annual climate and watershed properties for 121 reference USGS watersheds, HydroShare,

Kampf, S. (2018). Yuma rain and stream stage, HydroShare,

Hammond, J. C., F. A. Saavedra, S. K. Kampf (2017). MODIS MOD10A2 derived snow persistence and no data index for the western U.S., HydroShare,

Hammond, J. C., F. A. Saavedra, S. K. Kampf (2017). MODIS MOD10A2 derived snow season for the western U.S., HydroShare,

 Coefficients for Priestley-Taylor and Makkink reference evapotranspiration equations from Cristea NC, Kampf SK, Burges SJ, 2013.  Revised coefficients for Priestley-Taylor and Makkink-Hansen equations for estimating daily reference evapotranspiration.  Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 18: 1289-1300. (link)

Western United States snow zones.  GIS files from Moore C, Kampf S, Stone B, Richer E. 2014. A GIS-based method for defining snow zones: application to the western United StatesGeocarto International, DOI 10.1080/10106049.2014.885089. (link)

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