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Guest Lecturer Database

Using the guest lecture database, you can search for a guest lecturer for your classroom! Filter by “Intended Audience” to find a lecture best suited for your course level. Clicking the name of the educator will reveal their contact information. Please be respectful when reaching out to colleagues.

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Aditi Bhaskar

Colorado State University

Lecture Topic: Urban water use + others), Urban water balances (+ others), Streamflow change with urban development (+ others)

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Adnan Rajib

Texas A&M University, Kingsville

Lecture Topic: Developing a map of floodplain alterations across the world’s major river basins
Key Terms: flood; floodplain; land use change
Intended Audience: Upper level/ Grad eg. Catchment Science

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Adrian Harpold

University of Nevada Reno

Lecture Topic: Unexpected snow response to climate, Mountain hydrology under change

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Aida Farough

Kansas State University

Lecture Topic: Fluid flow and heat transfer at seafloor hydrothermal systems, Evolution of fracture permeability during reactive transport, Increasing participation in geosciences with a career perspective

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Alexandre Martinez

University of California Irvine

Lecture Topic: Climate Data Analysis, Hydrogeology, Time series analysis in hydrology

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Amber S Jones

Utah State University

Lecture Topic: Quality Assurance and Quality Control of Hydrologic Time Series Data Managing and Sharing Scientific Data: Using HydroShare to Facilitate Publication and Reproducibility
Key Terms: data management, time series, monitoring, reproducibility
Intended Audience: Other

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Anne Jefferson

Kent State University

Lecture Topic: Stormwater management (esp. effects at catchment scale) (doi: 10.1002/hyp.10736), Isotope hydrology

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Ashish Mishra

Department of Hydrology, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India

Lecture Topic: Application of Remote Sensing and GIS in Hydrology
Key Terms: Remote Sensing, GIS, Hydrology, Satellite Data, Digital Elevation Model
Intended Audience: Intro level undergrad eg. Intro to Hydrology

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