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Idaho's Dry Creek has model development and validation sites for snow and soil dynamics study.

View of the Idaho Dry Creek

Dry Creek in southwest Idaho will serve as model development and validation sites focusing on snow and soil moisture dynamics.

Credit: Western Tri-State Consortium Watershed Analysis, Visualization and Exploration (WC-WAVE) collaboration.

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