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New Water Resources Research journal article published

"A Nonlinear Dynamical Systems-Based Modeling Approach for Stochastic Simulation of Stream flow and Understanding Predictability" co-authord by Balaji Rajagopalan, Solomon Tassew Erkyihun, Upmanu Lall, Edith Zagona and Kenneth Nowak was published by AGU in their Water Resources Research, 55. https://doi.org/10.1029/2018WR023650 Read the abstract or the full article are available here

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CADSWES hosts U.S. Bureau of Reclamation

On October 1-2, the Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Brenda Burman and other Reclamation officials visited CADSWES. CADSWES had the opportunity to review the history of the CADSWES-Reclamation collaborative research and development program that began in 1988 and since then, has resulted in scientific, software and decision-making innovations, and many graduates,...

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RiverWare Rulebased Simulation Modeling training class is October 21 - 23, 2020

Rulebased Simulation Modeling is a course for users who have a thorough understanding of pure simulation as covered in the Introduction to Simulation course and wish to develop models that use rule logic for operational policies that drive the solution. Register Here . The course description is located at class...

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2019 User Group Meeting August 28 & 29

The 18th RiverWare User Group Meeting (UGM) was held August 28 & 29, 2019, attended by 125 RiverWare users and interested parties, from federal, state and local water management agencies, power utilities, consulting/engineering firms and research institutes, in the U.S. and abroad. There were 16 presentations by users in the...

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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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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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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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