The 17th Annual Hydrologic Sciences Symposium
From Source to Sink: Reimagining the Applied Hydrologic Sciences
April 12-13, 2023 in SEEC S228 and online.
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Attending remotely? Details will be emailed to registered attendees.
The 17th Annual Hydrologic Sciences Symposium at CU Boulder is organized by students affiliated with the interdisciplinary Hydrologic Sciences Graduate Program and is open to all aspects of hydrologic sciences; interdisciplinary entries are particularly encouraged (e.g. hydrogeology, hydroecology, aquatic biology, biogeochemistry, environmental and water resource engineering, etc.).
The symposium provides a great opportunity and friendly setting for students to learn what their fellow students and researchers are doing, both within and outside their sub-discipline. Abstracts are accepted from graduate and undergraduate students, researchers, and faculty at CU Boulder and other colleges and universities as well as Colorado hydroscience researchers from the community and institutions such as USGS, NOAA, or NCAR.
Who is invited?
The Symposium welcomes anyone interested in hydrologic sciences.
Present Your Research
Student abstracts were accepted until April 8, 2023. Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thomas Adams Senior Hydrometeorological Advisor at the United States Agency for International Development
The evolution of Hydrologic Forecasting — serendipity from failure and when things don’t quite work out
Alicia Wilson Professor of Hydrogeology in the School of the Earth, Ocean, and Environment at the University of South Carolina
Please check your assumptions at the coastline: 15 years of wading through salt marshes
Mazdak Arabi One Water Solutions Institute, Colorado State University
Sharon Bywater-Reyes Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Northern Colorado
The Good, The Bad, The Ugly: Lessons Learned from Colorado River Restoration Projects
Hillary Hamann and Meghan McCarroll, Department of Geography and the Environment, University of Denver
Impacts of innovative water security solutions on water literacy: A case-study from Aurora, Colorado
Michael Kerwin Department of Geography and the Environment, University of Denver
Mega-drought Demands Mega-changes: Can the Western USA Learn from South Africa’s Response to the Day Zero Drought?
Upmanu Lall Columbia University Water Center
The Co-evolution of Humans, Climate, Water, Earth and Biota: The Next Chapter?
Dan Scott Watershed Science & Engineering
Understanding the Wood Regime to Support Stream Management
2023 Student Symposium Steering Committee
Abigail Eckland GEOL PhD 2024
Taylor Johaneman GEOG PhD 2026
Parth Modi CEAE PhD 2023
Millie Spencer GEOG PhD 2026
Prasad Thota CEAE PhD 2025
David Woodson CEAE PhD 2023
Anna Wright ENVS PhD 2025
Holly Barnard Hydrologic Sciences Program Co-director
Mike Gooseff Hydrologic Sciences Program Co-director
Sarah Rogers Hydrologic Sciences Program Coordinator
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