Sarah Kapnick is supported by an NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship (#07-Earth07F-0232) and a JPL fellowship (Earth Climate Science: Collaborative Investigations with UCLA Graduate Students: 1313181). Alex Hall is supported by UC Water Resources Grant WR1024. The writers would also like to gratefully acknowledge funding provided by JPL (#1312546) under a project entitled: “Evaluating key uncertainties in IPCC Climate Change projection of California snowpack: Topography, snow, physics and aerosol deposition.”
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