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CUAHSI's 2018 Biennial Colloquium


Authors: Liz Tran
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Created: Aug 20, 2018 at 7:26 p.m.
Last updated: Aug 22, 2018 at 12:54 p.m. by Liz Tran
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Abstract

Every two years, CUAHSI hosts a symposium to bring together the diverse fields of water science to discuss developments in the hydrology sector of the Earth Sciences. Under leadership from the CUAHSI Board of Directors, researchers present their latest findings and developments, propose community workshops, and interact with colleagues from different disciplinary fields from all over the country.

CUAHSI’s Biennial Colloquium offers a unique opportunity and a casual environment for participants to discuss ideas and network with colleagues, as well as build new relationships. Students are especially encouraged to attend and present posters.

CUAHSI's Sixth Biennial Colloquium was held on July 29 - August 1, 2018 at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, WV.

Here you'll find presentations on "Hydrologic Connections: Climate, Food, Energy, Environment, and Society."

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CUAHSI Tools and Services for Managing Research Data CompositeResource David Tarboton · Anthony Castronova Published Open Access
Evaluating Alternative Baseflow Estimation Methods for Improving National Water Model Forecasting CompositeResource Liz Tran Public & Shareable Open Access
Ecohydrological connectivity between landscapes and riverscapes CompositeResource Liz Tran Public & Shareable Open Access
Dynamic lateral, vertical, and longitudinal hydrologic connectivity drive runoff and carbon export across watershed scales CompositeResource Liz Tran Public & Shareable Open Access
Drivers of Dynamic Disconnectivity in Rivers CompositeResource Liz Tran Public & Shareable Open Access
Holistic Pathways for Achieving Food Security and Water Sustainability CompositeResource Liz Tran Public & Shareable Open Access
Compound and Concurrent Climate Extremes: Detection, Modeling and Risk Analysis CompositeResource Liz Tran Public & Shareable Open Access
Tracking Drought Impacts Across Space, Time, Sectors and Scales CompositeResource Liz Tran Public & Shareable Open Access
Improving the representation of vegetation-atmosphere interactions through plant-hydrodynamics models CompositeResource Liz Tran Public & Shareable Open Access
Plant water use and plant water status during protracted and seasonal droughts: A link between hydrological fluxes and ecological disturbance CompositeResource Liz Tran Public & Shareable Open Access
Instrumentation Panel CompositeResource Liz Tran Public & Shareable Open Access
Engineering and Policy Decisions at the Energy-Water Nexus CompositeResource Liz Tran Public & Shareable Open Access
Development of Innovative Low-cost Hydrometeorological Sensors to Improve Monitoring in Data-sparse Regions CompositeResource Liz Tran Public & Shareable Open Access
A water-centric view of the climate-FEW-society nexus CompositeResource Liz Tran Public & Shareable Open Access
Positioning Risk – Climate variability, Nonstationarity and Hydrological Extremes CompositeResource Liz Tran Public & Shareable Open Access
Probabilistic modeling of hurricane surge and rainfall flooding in a changing climate CompositeResource Liz Tran Public & Shareable Open Access
USACE Incorporation of Climate Change Impacts into Water Resources Analysis & Planning CompositeResource Liz Tran Public & Shareable Open Access

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Tran, L. (2018). CUAHSI's 2018 Biennial Colloquium, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/4346d7edfc644e9e905a0a00a13cc0e5

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