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Extreme floods across the continental United States are associated with four broad atmospheric patterns, a machine-learning based analysis of extreme floods found.
Recent hurricane seasons left many communities wondering if this is this the new normal. Digital infrastructure designed for citizen data collection may help these communities increase resilience.
One of the state’s largest research laboratories is getting a new director. David Tarboton, a professor of civil and environmental engineering at Utah State University, will lead the Utah Water Research Laboratory beginning July 1.
North Carolina tropical cyclone-driven coastal flooding is worsening with climate change, population growth
Paerl is lead author on the paper, “Recent increase in catastrophic tropical cyclone flooding in coastal North Carolina, USA: Long-term observations suggest a regime shift,” published July 23 in Nature Research’s Scientific Reports.
2019 Fall Cyberseminar Series: CUAHSI Virtual University: An experiment in interinstitutional graduate education
Join us on October 30, 2019 for CUAHSI Virtual University: An experiment in interinstitutional graduate education presented by Steven Loheide (University of Wisconsin-Madison).
Join us on November 7, 2019 for Troubled Water presented by Seth Siegel.
Webinar: Community Training Resources & Support for WRF-Hydro and its Configuration as the National Water ModelNCAR and CUAHSI present: Community Training Resources & Support for WRF-Hydro and its Configuration as the National Water Model Webinar!
When: November 12, 2019 12:00-1:00 p.m. ET/ 10:0...
NCAR and CUAHSI present: Community Training Resources & Support for WRF-Hydro and its Configuration as the National Water Model Webinar!
Fred Ogden, Visiting Senior Scientist, National Water Center, NOAA/NWS/Office of Water Prediction will provide...
The Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds (ICRW) brings together watershed scientists, stakeholders, and managers to share scientific advances and management strategies to sustain the country’s water resources. The Conference highlights interdisciplinary research and synthesis on topics associated with watershed resilience, with a focus on solutions that integrate interacting environmental, social, economic, and political drivers of change.
Extended Application Deadline: December 16, 2019
Application Deadline: 5:00 p.m. EDT on September 15, 2019