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Lineke WoeldersResearch Scientist
Lineke Woelders joined the WWA team in September 2019. Lineke has a MS in Hydrology and Water Quality from Wageningen University (the Netherlands) and a PhD in paleoclimatology and paleoecology from the KU Leuven (Belgium). Lineke has worked as a researcher/consultant at Deltares (the Netherlands) for two years, where she worked on projects involving the effect of future climate change on the hydrology and ecology of large river basins in Europe.
Lineke is an author on the Colorado River Basin Climate and Hydrology State of the Science Report, the Snowpack User Guide and is engaged in projects involving creating usable science and engaging with water managers. She loves to create visually attractive maps of our region by combining ArcGIS and Adobe Illustrator.
Lukas, J., and E. Payton, eds. (2020). Colorado River Basin Climate and Hydrology: State of the Science. Western Water Assessment, University of Colorado Boulder. ColoRiver_StateOfScience_WWA_2020_FullReport_hi-res.pdf doi: 10.25810/3hcv-w477
Woelders, L., J. Lukas, E. Payton, and B. Duncan (2020). Snowpack Monitoring in the Rocky Mountain West: A User Guide. Western Water Assessment. Snowpack_Monitoring_in_the_Rocky_Mountain_West_A_User_Guide.pdf
Arens, Seth, Jeff Lukas, and Lineke Woelders (2020). Climate, snow, streamflow, and drought information resources for the Mountain West. Western Water Assessment. Climate information two-pager 2020.pdf