The research team continued their training and outreach program during July through September 2013. A training event on Glacio-Hydrological Modeling was organized by the Himalayan Cryosphere, Climate, and Disaster Research Center (HiCCDRC) in Pokhara for 20 students and researchers from seven local universities during September 3-8, 2013. The participants were provided with theoretical and practical knowledge on the taxonomy of models, interpolation of spatial data, system thinking and system dynamics, hydrological modeling, and use of positive degree-day and energy balance models for the estimation of discharge from a glacierized basin. The participants were also provided with field training focusing on river discharge measurement. During September 16 – 22, 2013, a team of four members from Kathmandu University conducted a fourth field visit of this PEER Science project in the Langtang River basin of the Langtang Valley. The discharge of the Langtang and Lirung Rivers was measured by the constant rate tracer injection method using rhodamine as a tracer. Similarly, the team also collected precipitation samples from the Syafrubesi, Lama Hotel, Langtang, and Kyangjing sites. These water samples will be sent to the U.S. partner Prof. Williams at the University of Colorado for isotope analysis. During November and December 2013, the research team is planning to conduct their fifth field visit to the Langtang Valley for discharge measurement. Public outreach will continue as well: PEER project results will be displayed during a poster session at the Society of Hydrologists and Meteorologists Nepal International Conference on Climate Change, Water Resources, and Disasters in the Mountainous Regions: Building Resilience to Changing Climate, which will be held in Kathmandu, Nepal, November 27-29, 2013.