I-WATER Presentations at I-WATER Symposium

 
Presentations at I-WATER Symposium at Hydrology Days 2013
 
Transport of pollutants from cow feedlots in eastern Colorado into Rocky Mountain alpine lakes
Aaron PiƱa
Department of Atmospheric Science, and I-WATER Program, Colorado State University
 
Developing social-ecological decision support tools for environmental flows management
David M. Martin and N. LeRoy Poff
Department of Biology/Graduate Degree Program in Ecology, and I-WATER Program, Colorado State University
 
Measurement and Modeling of Seasonal Responses of Plant Transpiration to Soil Moisture Deficits
Grace Lloyd Miner
Department of Soil and Crop Science, and I-WATER Program, Colorado State University
 
Simulations of the High Plains drought of 2012 using the Super-parameterized Community Earth System Model (SP-CESM)
Isaac D. Medina
Department of Atmospheric Science, and I-WATER Program, Colorado State University
 
A conceptual model for assessing the influence of scale and sediment transport regime on geomorphic sensitivity to environmental change
Joel Sholtes
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and I-WATER Program, Colorado State University
 
Permafrost degradation and biogeochemical cycling in northern Alaska
Laurel Lynch, Jessica Ernakovich, Matthew Wallenstein
Graduate Degree Program in Ecology, and I-WATER Program, Colorado State University
 
Mechanistic influences of sediment and soil organic carbon storage in mountainous headwaters of the Colorado Rocky Mountains
Nicholas A. Sutfin
Department of Geosciences, and I-WATER Program, Colorado State University
 
Ensemble-Based Analysis of the June 2012 Rain and Hailstorm in Colorado Springs, CO: Forecast Uncertainty and Communication of Weather Information to Front Range Decision-Makers
Vanessa Vincente
Department of Atmospheric Science, and I-WATER Program, Colorado State University
 
Water: Allocation and valuation strategies under increasing scarcity
Alexander S Maas
Department of Agriculture and Resource Economics, and I-WATER Program, Colorado State University
 
Closing the gap: a framework to inform ecosystem service quantification at multiple scales
Dylan Harrison-Atlas
Graduate Degree Program in Ecology, and I-WATER Program, Colorado State University
 
New Streams of the West - Irrigation Canals as Intermittent and Ephemeral Streams
Erick Carlson
Graduate Degree Program in Ecology, and I-WATER Program, Colorado State University

 

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