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Karl Wetlaufer and Brian Domonkos
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"Observing the Colorado Snowpack"
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|Karl Wetlaufer is a hydrologist and the assistant supervisor for the Colorado Data Collection Office of the USDA-NRCS Snow Survey and Water Supply Forecasting Program. Born and raised in Southwest Colorado he attended Montana State University where he received his Bachelors and Masters degrees studying Snow Science and Snow Hydrology. Karl has been working for the Snow Survey for a little over five years with the majority of that time being spent here in Colorado.|
|Brian Domonkos received a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and a citation in Meteorology from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2004. Brian began as an intern with the NRCS Montana Snow Survey Program in 2003 working in Montana and Northern Wyoming and has since transitioned to the Colorado Snow Survey Supervisor, overseeing the snow monitoring operations in Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico & Southern Wyoming.|
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