Albright T (2012) Characterizing spatio-temporal variation in temperature mountain-valley systems of the Great basin using the Snake Range Nevada CAN site. NSF EPSCoR Integrative Sceince Project.
Arnone JA III (2012) Quantifying environmental controls on tree transpiration in the montane and subalpine "recharge" zones of the Snake and Sheep Ranges. NSF EPSCoR Integrative Sceince Project.
Arnone JA III & Johnson B (2010 - 2014) Quantifying environmental controls on sap flow in Great Basin tree species and their possible significance for mountain groundwater recharge under anthropogenic climate change. NSF EPSCoR Graduate Student Support.
Arnone JA III & Hedge C (2012 - 2014) Quantifying interannual variability in NDVI in the Lehman Creek watershed for use in estimating plant community phenological controls on streamflow under current and future climatic conditions. NSF EPSCoR Graduate Student Support.
Biondi F (2012) Determining the hydroclimatic factors that control tree-ring formation in Great Basin conifers along an elevation gradient. NSF EPSCoR Integrative Sceince Project.
Biondi F (2012) Monitoring groundwater levels in Spring Valley. Long Now Foundation Grant.
Devitt D, Fenstermaker F & Saito L (2012) Determining the fate of precipitation in the Snake Range of Eastern Nevada. NSF EPSCoR Integrative Sceince Project.
Saito L & Kruse K (2011 -2013) Using runoff collectors to understand surface runoff characteristics in remote Nevada catchments. NSF EPSCoR Graduate Student Support
Strachan S, Biondi F, Millar C, Charlet D (2012 - 2015) Refinement of Historical Variability and the Baseline For Hydroclimatic Conditions Within the Walker Basin, Nevada/California: A Multi-Elevational Dendrochronological and Ecohydrological Approach. NSF - Geography and Spacial Sciences Grant (Grant #1230329).
Trustman B, Strachan S, Saito L, Schumer R, & Orist D (2013 - 2016) Development of real-time Snow Water Equivalent (SWE) measurement protocols in the Snake Range of Eastern Nevada. NSF EPSCoR .