CADSWES is pleased to announce RiverWare version 8.2, available January 7, 2021. Highlights include: new web service DMI to import data from HDB, USGS or CWMS web services; usability improvements for the model comparison tool; enhanced rule-priority display, plotting and object filtering; and new and improved script actions.
At the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) 2020 virtual annual meeting, held Nov. 7–13, 2020, Tim Magee of CADSWES presented “Production Cost Model Evaluation with a Hydropower Operations Model.” INFORMS is the leading international association for operations research, management science and analytics.
“Understanding and managing new risks on the Nile with the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam,” was published in Nature Communications, Oct. 16, 2020. The study identifies risks and benefits of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) to Nile countries and highlights the necessity of coordinated drought planning.
At a press conference on Sept. 15, 2020, Reclamation Commissioner Brenda Burman and Lower Colorado Regional Director Terry Fulp discussed the latest Colorado River Simulation Systems (CRSS) model forecasts. Decision support tools developed by CADSWES enable Reclamation to make operational decisions based on leading-edge technology and the best available science.
Collaborators from CADSWES and CU Boulder Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering (CEAE) delivered multiple presentations at the 10th annual International Environmental Modelling and Software Society (iEMSs) event, hosted virtually via Zoom from Brussels, Belgium.
CADSWES is pleased to announce RiverWare version 8.1, available Aug. 6, 2020. Highlights include: undo and redo of slot data edits; model and RPL set comparison enhancements; RiverWISE enhancements; and RiverWare workspace usability improvements.
Mitch Clement and Tim Magee of CADSWES present “RiverWare for Managing Hydropower in Complex River Basins” at the CU Boulder CEAE Hydrology & Water Resources Seminar, 11 a.m., Wednesday, April 29, 2020, via Zoom.
Graduate student Mitchell Frischmeyer presented a poster session of his research, “Simulated Effects of Adapting Flood Control Operations for Variable Inflow Forecasts on Klamath River Basin Water Supplies.” The four-day American Geophysical Union (AGU) event is a leading forum for the advancement of research in Earth and space sciences.
The three-day conference in Pune, India, was hosted by the World Bank National Hydrology Project and the India Department of Water Resources. CADSWES Director Edie Zagona presented on the uses of RiverWare for long-term planning studies.