Anne Nolin

Professor, Geosciences and Hydroclimatology, Oregon State University

Anne Nolin has designed her life so that she can bike where she needs to go, which is a lifestyle she hopes to pass on to the next generation. As a Professor of Geosciences and Hydroclimatology at Oregon State University, Nolin specializes in mountain hydroclimatology and snow and ice in the climate system. Her latest research uses advanced technologies to investigate the impacts of climate change on snow and ice.

Nolin is a Board Member of Protect Our Winters, a non-profit group raising awareness of global warming impacts on snow, glaciers, and snow sports.



Mountain Meltdown

October 22, 2013
“We want skiers to literally help save the world,” said Porter Fox, editor at Powder Magazine. Climate change has already impacted the length and…