EWRI conference home page imageProfessor Joseph Kasprzyk, Senior Research staff David Neumann, and Ph.D. student Madeline Pernat presented recent research and development results at the ASCE World Environmental & Water Resources (EWRI) conference May 19 – 22.  All in the Water Resources Modeling, Management and Policy sessions, and Kasprzyk and Pernat also participated in the session on Advances in Streamflow Forecasting at Hourly to Seasonal Scales Under Current Climate and/or Changing Climate.

Titles with links to the authoring information and presentation abstracts are below:

Kasprzyk and Pernat

The Relative Importance of Model Type Versus Input Features for Water Supply Forecasting in Snow-Dominated River Basins of the Southwest US 

Enhancing Many Objective Robust Decision Making in the Colorado River Basin through Robust Optimization and Comparative Analysis 


Using Self Organizing Maps to Facilitate Decision-maker Compromise Under Deep Uncertainty in the Colorado River Basin  


A Combined Operations and Planning Decision Support Tool for the Klamath Basin in Oregon and California