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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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AGU Fall Meeting, December 10 - 14, 2018

This years AGU Fall meeting was held in Washington DC. Two of our students presented their research and our director Edie Zagona was in attendance. Sarah Baker (PhD candidate) presents " Developing New Watershed-based Climate Forcast Products for Water Managers " and " A Testbed to Analyze Colorado River Streamflow...

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China Institute of Water and Hydropower Research Trip

In October Dr. Zagona attended the 60th Anniversary celebration of the China Institute of Water and Hydropower Research (IWHR) in Beijing and gave a keynote address for the International Symposium on Water System Operations as a part of that celebration. She reviewed the IWHR's water and hydropower research projects, and...

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QT World Summit 2018

On October 29 and 30, Bill Oakley and Robynn Balduf attended the Qt World Summit 2018 conference in Boston, MA. Keynote speeches by Lars Knoll, CTO of The Qt Company and Jared Spool of Centre/UIE highlighted the growth and future direction of Qt technology as well as best practices for...

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New Research Project: Klamath Basin Improved Operations

Starting in August CADSWES launches a new research project that aims to develop new operating policies and procedures for the Klamath Basin in Oregon, consistent with changing environmental objectives, decommissioned power projects, hydrologic uncertainty and stakeholder input. In collaboration with Reclamation's Technical Service Center and the Klamath Basin Area Office...

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New RiverWare release 7.3 now available

RiverWare release 7.3 is available for download. Some of the highlights of this release include: The new Model Comparison Tool for comparing the objects, slots, and data within two models Improved plotting including: Added usability of the Object Viewer New Empty Storage (E) flag for accounting Enhanced modeling of soil...

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Elliot Alexander and Conor Felletter earn Master's Degrees

Congratulations to Elliot Alexander and Conor Felletter on completing their research and earning their MS degrees in Civil Engineering with a Water Resources focus. They also were promoted from Engineering Student Trainees to full time employees as Hydraulic Engineers with the Bureau of Reclamation (BOR), in the Upper Colorado Region...

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Congratulation to Mitch Clement on Earning PE License

All of us at CADSWES congratulate Mitch Clement on passing the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies, Division of Professions and Occupations competency exam. He has earned his Professional Engineer (PE) license. The exam was held in Denver on April 13, and the official license was issued June 13, 2018. Well Done!

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HydroVision International 2018

Three CADSWES hydropower researchers attended HydroVision International in Charlotte North Carolina, June 26 - 28. Considered to be the largest worldwide hydropower event of the year, HydroVision provides a week of informative hydropower focused meetings, technical presentations and perspectives on the role of hydropower in the evolving water energy nexus...

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Decision Support Processes for Participatory Water Management

Mitch Clement attended the 2nd International Meeting on Decision Support Processes for Participatory Water Management: Building Capacities in Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, in Valencia, Spain on April 17-19. The conference was hosted by the Universitat Politecnica de Valencia and co-organized by Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de...

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