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CWEST Distinguished Seminar Series, September 18

Dr. William Farmer on Dr. Farmer is a research physical hydrologist at the U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Mission Area, in Lakewood, Colorado. His talk is titled "Hydrologic Modeling to Quantify Water Resources across the United States". Read his abstract for more information. Wednesday, September 18th, 11am-12pm in SEEC’s Sievers...


Federal Interagency SEDHYD Conference papers available

The Joint Federal Interagency Conferences on Sedimentation and Hydrologic Modeling (SEDHYD) conference was held June 24 - 28, 2019 at the Peppermill Hotel in Reno, Nevada. The conference provides formal technical presentations, poster sessions, field trips, workshops, exhibits, and model demonstrations. David Neumann presented a co-authored paper "River and Reservoir...

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First RiverWare Optimization Training Class

CADSWES hosted our first RiverWare Optimization training class June 12 - 14, 2019. The class was taught by Tim Magee and Mitch Clement and attended by people from Idaho Power, in Boise ID, RTI International in Fort Collins CO, South Columbia Basin Irrigation District in Pasco WA as well as...

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New RiverWare Release 7.5

New RiverWare Release 7.5 Highlights of this new release include: A new DMI connection to Excel where Excel doesn't open in the background. This new behavior is the default, but the old connection is still available. A new browser based Documentation system. In the Model Comparison Tool, Links and DMI...

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Water Accounting in RiverWare Training Class May 15 - 17

The most recent Water Accounting in RiverWare class was held May 15 -17, 2019. Water Accounting in RiverWare course provides an introduction to modeling water ownership, water type, and / or water rights using RiverWare's Water Accounting solution approach. This will allow you to track both the phisical water and...

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Charting a Better Course for the Colorado River, June 6th & 7th

The Getches-Wilkinson Center (GWC) 40th annual summer conference Charting a Better Course for the Colorado River: Identifying the Data and Concepts to Shape the Interim Guidlines Renegotiation will be held at the Wolf Law Building, Wittemyer Courtroom Thursday and Friday, June 6 - 7, 2019. On June 6 - 7,...

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Congratulations Sumi Thapa

We congratulate Sumi Thapa on earning her Masters degree in Civil Engineering, in the Hydrology, Water Resources, and Environmental Fluid Mechanics program here at CU Boulder this May, 2019.

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Recent Journal Publication

Recently a pertinent journal article “Quantifying and Evaluating the Impacts of Cooperation in Transboundary River Basins on the Water-Energy-Food Nexus: The Blue Nile Basin, was published by the Science of the Total Environment. The Blue Nile flows from Lake Tana in Ethipoia to where it crosses the border into Sudan...

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New RiverWare Release 7.4

RiverWare Release 7.4 Now Available! Highlights of this new release include: Improvements to the Model Comparison Tool usability and content. Reading and writing of Text Series Slots via RPL. New 5 and 15 Minute timestep sizes. New Aquifer object for deep groundwater modeling. RiverWISE enhancements to allow stakeholders to scale...

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Drought, Scarcity, Climate Change, and Colorado's Water Future April 17

The Center for Water, Earth Science and Technology (CWEST) Distinguished Seminar Series presents: Dr. Neil Grigg, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Colorado State University, "Drought, Scarcity, Climate Change and Colorado's water future" April 17, 2019 from 11-12 SEEC's Sievers Room S228 Abstract Early explorers did not consider Colorado...