Mark Williams’ “Water Resources in the 4 Corners” project featured at the CU Regents meeting

Feb. 18, 2011

Mark Williams' “Water Resources in the 4 Corners” outreach project will be featured at the CU Regents meeting 22 February in Boulder. Linda Molner Kelley, Ph.D, Director for University Outreach at Continuing Education & Professional Studies will share the new outreach and engagement website with the Regents. They have chosen...

Mark Williams Receives Funding for Niwot Ridge LTER Program

Dec. 1, 2010

Mark Williams received funding for the Niwot Ridge Long-Term Ecological Research Program 2011-2016: Tipping points in high-elevation ecosystems in response to changes in climate and atmospheric deposition, 12/1/10 - 11/30/16, $5,880,000. See Niwot Ridge Long-Term Ecological Research for more information.

Water Resources Outreach in the Four-Corners Area of Colorado

June 8, 2010

The CU-Boulder Outreach Committee has awarded Professor Mark Williams $5,000 for an outreach project focusing on Colorado's water resources. Professor Williams, along with Mountain Studies Institute Executive Director Dr. Koren Nydick and Geography graduate student Adrianne Kroepsch, propose to connect research on water resources currently being conducted in southwest Colorado...

Mark Williams Receives National Science Foundation GEO Grant

Jan. 1, 2010

Mark Williams receives National Science Foundation GEO grant: Developing a Methodology to Estimate Snow Depth from GPS Data; $380,051; 1/1/10- 12/31/12

Mark Williams receives National Science Foundation CMG Grant

Sept. 1, 2009

Mark Williams receives National Science Foundation CMG Grant: "Multiscale nonlinear domain decomposition method for modeling the impact of climate change on groundwater resources"; $564,704; 9/1/09-8/31/12

Mark Williams Receives National Science Foundation GEO Grant for Boulder Creek CZO

Sept. 15, 2007

Mark Williams receives NSF GEO: Boulder Creek Critical Zone Observatory: Weathered Profile Development in a Rocky Environment and Its Influence on Watershed Hydrology and Biogeochemistry, $4,500,000, 15 Sept 2007 to 14 Sept 2012. See Boulder Creek Critical Zone Observatory for more information .

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