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A Distributed Flood Monitoring And Forecasting System: Development And Application In China

Zeng , Ziyue 1 ; Hong , Yang 2 ; Shen , Xinyi 3 1 Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO 2 School of Civil Engineering and Environmental Science, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK 3 Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Connecticut, CT Due to...

Implications Of Beaver Abandonment And Lost Floodplain Connectivity In Alluvial Mountain Meadows

Weiss , Tristan 1 ; Covino , Tim P 2 ; Brooks , Alex C 3 ; Wohl , Ellen 4 1 Colorado State University 2 Colorado State University 3 Colorado State University 4 Colorado State University Fluvial networks of mountain landscapes alternate between narrow and wide alluvial valley segments...

Combining Ground Penetrating Radar With Terrestrial LiDAR Scanning To Observe The Spatial Distribution Of Liquid Water Content In Seasonal Snowpacks

Webb , Ryan W 1 ; Molotch , Noah 2 ; Fend , Michael 3 1 INSTAAR, University of Colorado Boulder 2 Dept. of Geography, University of Colorado Boulder 3 UNAVCO Snow is an important component of the hydrologic cycle for numerous communities around the globe. An important consideration for...

Spatial And Temporal Analysis Of Carbon Fluxes In Glacial Meltwater Streams, Antarctica

Torrens , Christa L. 1 ; Lyons , W. Berry 2 ; Welch , Kathleen A. 3 ; Gooseff , Michael N. 4 1 Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research, University of Colorado - Boulder 2 Byrd Polar Research Center, Ohio State University 3 Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research,...

Indigenizing Water Resources On The Navajo Nation: A Water Policy Analysis And Critique

Swanson , Andrew 1 ; Lander , Paul 2 ; Travis , William 3 1 University of Colorado Boulder 2 University of Colorado Boulder 3 University of Colorado Boulder The Navajo Nation is the largest American Indian Reservation in the United States, located at the Four Corners of Utah, Arizona,...

An Integrated Approach To Risk Analysis And Spatio-Temporal Trend Analysis Of Hydraulic Fracturing Chemicals Utilizing The FracFocus Database

STULTS , John 1 1 CU Boulder The last decade of oil and gas exploration in the United States has been characterized by a sharp increase in the amount of oil and gas acquired from low-permeability shale formations. These low-permeability formations are non-traditional oil and gas reservoirs, which require hydraulic...

A Comparative Study Of Deep Water Sampling With An Unmanned Aerial Water Sampling System (UAWSS) To Traditional Sampling Methods: A Case Study From Dillon Reservoir, Summit County, Colorado

Straight , Brian 1 ; Castendyk , Devin 2 ; Ransom , Brandon 3 ; Filiatreault , Pierre 4 ; Carroll , Jordan 5 ; Wei , Ran 6 1 University of Colorado Boulder - Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering 2 Golder 3 Denver Water 4 Hatch Associates Consultants 5...

Isolating The Driver Of A Regional Increase In Stream And Lake DOC Concentrations Via Archived Samples And Long-Term Experiments.

SanClements , Michael 1 1 The National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) Over the last several decades dissolved organic carbon concentrations (DOC) in surface waters have increased throughout much of the northern hemisphere. Several hypotheses have been proposed regarding the drivers of this phenomenon including decreased sulfur (S) deposition working via...

Do Oil And Water Mix? Effects Of Oil And Gas Development On Water Quality In Colorado’s Denver-Julesburg Basin

Ryan , Joseph 1 1 Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering; University of Colorado, Boulder Over the past decade, hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling accelerated oil and gas development in Colorado. Much of the development occurred closer to populated areas than in the past and raised concerns about public health and...

Wildfires Cause Long-Term Shifts In Stream Nutrient Dynamics

Rhea , Allison E 1 ; Covino , Tim P 2 ; Rhoades , Chuck 3 1 Colorado State University 2 Colorado State University 3 USFS, Rocky Mountain Research Station Wildfires influence stream nutrient processing by fundamentally altering the physical structure and biological composition of upland landscapes, riparian corridors, and...

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