Dr Kathryn Bormann
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Role: 
Former PhD student
Field of Research: 
Snowpack characteristics and modelling in the marginal snowfields of southeast Australia
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Dr Kat Bormann completed her PhD in April 2014 under the supervision of A/Prof. Jason Evans and A/Prof. Matthew McCabe. Her PhD project entitled 'Snowpack characteristics and modelling in the marginal snowfields of southeast Australia' focused on the potential impacts of climate change on water resources in the snow-affected catchments of the Murray Darling Basin.

Dr Bormann joined NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) at the California Institute of Technology in October 2013, working with the Airborne Snow Observatory (aso.jpl.nasa.gov). Her research interests include snow hydrology, remote sensing of seasonal snow cover, snow cover variability, spatial and temporal heterogeneity of snow properties and the representation of snow in regional climate and land surface models.