Greetings from Silverton,
Happy New Year from the Center for Snow and Avalanche Studies. We hope you had a fun and relaxing holiday season.
Snow School for Water Professionals: As a reminder, we are offering "Snow School for Water Professionals" again this February 28 - March 2, 2018 in Silverton, CO. Using a mixture of classroom discussion and hands-on field sessions, this workshop is designed to enhance understanding of snowpack processes, snowpack monitoring, and snowpack data. Please see attached flyer containing more details, and don't hesitate to contact me for more information.
December Recap: We published a recap of December weather and conditions so far this winter The Update can be viewed on our Storm Report page located here: https://snowstudies.org/winter-storm-data/
New Employee: CSAS has had a new seasonal employee for the last year. Phil Straub, is a Prescott College graduate and soon to get his M.S. degree with a dust-on-snow related thesis. He also teaches avalanche courses for Prescott and Kachina Peaks Avalanche Center. There may be occasions when Phil will issue a CODOS Update. Please include Phil's email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) to your "safe" contacts in your email settings. We post CODOS updates to our website (http://www.codos.org/#codos) but we always issue an email notice when an update has been published. And please follow us on Facebook and Twitter for dust-on-snow updates and general news about what we are up to.
May your 2018 be peaceful and wet.