Rodney Chai

MS Student
Atmospheric Science
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Publications:

*Chai, Rodney. June 2016. Estimating snowmelt contribution from the Gangotri Glacier catchment into the Bhagirathi River, India.  Western Snow Conference Proceedings.


Presentations: - Papers and Posters:

*Chai, Rodney. April 2016. Estimating snowmelt contribution from the Gangotri Glacier catchment into the Bhagirathi River, India. 84th Western Snow Conference, Seattle, WA.                                                                                                                                                                                    

*Chai, Rodney. March 2016. Estimating snowmelt contribution from the Gangotri Glacier catchment into the Bhagirathi River, India. 2016 KU Graduate Research Competition, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS.


Scholarships and Awards:

*2nd place, KU Sigma Xi Graduate Research Competition


Internships:

*Student Trainee, GS-04 Physical Scientist (Env) (Pathways Internship), Region 7 Office, Environmental Protection Agency, Lenexa, KS.              

*Student Summer Hire, GS-04 (Pathways Internship), Directorate of Civil Works, Headquarters, US Army Corps of Engineers, Washington D.C. (Declined)                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

 *Student Trainee, GS-04 (Pathways Internship), Regulatory Branch, US Army Corps of Engineers, Nashville, TN.  (Declined)


Miscellaneous:

*3rd iSWGR-NASA Snow Measurement School, Frasier Experimental Forest, Fraser, CO.


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