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WRSM Meeting & Social

Our Spring WRSM Meeting & Social will be Tuesday December 3rd at 5pm in Coll 235.  This will count as one of the three experiential requirements needed to complete the certificate, so if you haven’t been to one of these before and can make it, please do come! During this meeting, you’ll learn a little […]

Joe Zagrodnik- Predicting weather in WA State

Predicting weather in Washington State: recent advances and opportunities Joe Zagrodnik Date: Monday, February 24th   |   Place: Paccar 202   |   Time: 4:10-5pm As weather systems pass from the Pacific Ocean […]

Running Dry

Jim Thebaut is an accomplished and experienced CEO, President with expertise and extensive achievements as an environmental planner, journalist, Executive Producer of documentaries, educator, world traveler and ambassador of diplomacy […]

Two-Dimensional Nanostructure Nanostructure-based Membranes for Water Filtration

Dr. Indranil Chowdhury- Washington State University Sept 1, 2020  |  8:00am PST For connection information, please register using the following link: https://aucegypt.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_rRQSVOg4SmG-2pOq2XwGaw Providing an adequate supply of potable water is one of the grand challenges in the current century due to climate change, population and industrial growth. The rapid development of membranes for water treatment […]

Climate Extremes and Irrigation Water Source and Use Dominate Water Storage Changes Monitored By GRACE Satellites In Major U.S. Aquifers

Climate Extremes and Irrigation Water Source and Use Dominate Water Storage Changes Monitored By GRACE Satellites In Major U.S. Aquifers When: September 17th, 2020 at 1 pm ET Where: Online Join Microsoft Teams Meeting (Learn more about Teams | Meeting options) By: Dr. Bridget Scanlon There is considerable concern about water depletion caused by climate extremes (droughts […]

Phenological Whiplash in Lakes

Phenological Whiplash in Lakes September 23, 2020 - 12:00pm EST / 9am PST Webinar Speaker: Hilary Dugan Visit the following link for connection information: https://necsc.umass.edu/webinars/phenological-whiplash-lakes   Climate change is leading to overall warming and increasing variability across many ecosystems. In northern lakes, extremely early or late lake ice melt has cascading effects throughout the food web. […]

Introduction to the Rio Grande Watershed 

Introduction to the Rio Grande Watershed  Speaker: Dagmar Llewellyn U.S. Bureau of Reclamation This fall the research collaborative is hosting a webinar series, open to those who are experts in water sustainability or just interested in the topic. The series will feature guest speakers and will begin exploring the specific issues involved in the Rio […]

Storage and flows from headwater systems and water availability for downstream human and ecosystems across a Transect of the Americas

Storage and flows from headwater systems and water availability for downstream human and ecosystems across a Transect of the Americas. Presenting Author: Jan Boll, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Washington State University, Pullman, WA, USA. Presented Sept 23, 3:35-4:25PM (Pacific Time) as part of the Interdisciplinary Lecture Series at Texas A&M. Zoom link (should […]

Incorporating Climate Risks into Decision Making Through Climate Risk Informed Decision Analysis (CRIDA): Perspectives from Zambia and Chile

Incorporating Climate Risks into Decision Making Through Climate Risk Informed Decision Analysis (CRIDA): Perspectives from Zambia and Chile" and organized by UNESCO's Division of Water Sciences, Alliance for Global Water Adaptation (AGWA) and the International Center for Integrated Water Resources Management (ICIWaRM). Register here: bit.ly/crwma-webinar2