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FREE: Climate Resilience in Water Planning

Date: January 23, 2019 | 1:00-2:00PM EST | Q&A for last 15 minutes

Speakers: John H. Matthews, AGWA - Alliance for Global Water Adaptation Guillermo Mendoza, USACE Institute for Water Resources Ad Jeuken, Deltares

CRIDA (Climate Risk Informed Decision Analysis) integrates analytical and stakeholder approaches to assess impacts and risks within a quantitative framework. This webinar discusses the emergence of methodologies such as CRIDA for water managers, planners, investors and decision makers, and how they can enable us to integrate and mainstream resilient perspectives into existing work streams.

PDH credit available.

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A Global Analysis of Water-Related Terrorism

February 13, 2019 | 1:00-2:00PM EST | Q&A for last 15 minutes

Speakers: Jennifer Veilleux, and Shlomi Dinar, Florida International University

This webinar offers methods to codify types of water-related terrorism and quantify events using the University of Maryland’s Global Terrorism Database, which contains descriptive incidents of terrorism from 1970-2016. Our collective analysis can help to 1) identify the number and type of global water-related terrorism incidents between 1970-2016; 2) describe spatial and temporal trends of those incidents; and 3) provide decision-makers information regarding water-related terrorism targets and risks associated when terrorist organizations strike these targets.

PDH credit available.

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FREE: Publishing in the JAWRA

Date: March 14, 2018

Speaker: Venki Uddameri, JAWRA Editor-in-Chief; Director, TTU Water Resources Center; Professor, Civil, Environmental and Construction Engineering, Texas Tech University

Learn the publication process of the Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA) and key elements that we seek to see in JAWRA submittals. The various paper types within the journal and their evaluation criteria are discussed, as well as some new and exciting features being implemented by JAWRA.

PDH credit available.

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Report: Role of Water Stress in Instability & Conflict

Date: April 11, 2018

Speaker: Brigadier General Gerald Galloway, Glenn L. Martin Institute Professor of Engineering, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering & Affiliate Professor, School of Public Policy, University of Maryland

General Galloway discusses “The Role of Water Stress in Instability and Conflict,” a report by CNA's Military Advisory Board (MAB), which examines the role of water across a spectrum from civil unrest and localized violence to terrorism, insurgencies and civil wars. Focusing on water-stressed areas of the world, it articulates the role water plays not only in diplomacy, violence and conflict, but also how water can be used as a tool of coercion across the spectrum of conflict.

PDH credit available.


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Water Conflict Management Through Serious Gaming

Date: May 16, 2018

Speaker: W. Todd Jarvis, Director, Institute for Water and Watersheds, Oregon State University

Serious games are useful because they provide an opportunity to make friends out of enemies through casual conversation and to learn about negotiating over water. This webinar introduces you to the growing portfolio of games that focus exclusively on water resources.

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Instream Flow Development in Eastern United States

Date: June 13, 2018

Speaker: Robert Caccese, Staff Attorney, The Pennsylvania State University

Learn how eastern states are successfully (or not!) navigating the confines of riparian law to manage rivers for successful instream flow implementation for fisheries, recreation and ecological benefits.

PDH credit available.

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A Collaborative Web Resource for Downscaled CMIP3 and CMIP5

Date: July 11, 2018

Speaker: Kenneth Nowak, Bureau of Reclamation Research and Development Office

This is an overview of a collaborative archive that serves downscaled CMIP3 and CMIP5 climate and hydrology projections. The archive contains fine spatial resolution translations of climate projections over the contiguous United States developed using three downscaling techniques (monthly BCSD, daily BCCA, and daily LOCA), CMIP3 hydrologic projections over the western United States and CMIP5 hydrology projections over the contiguous United States. It also offers a variety of options for data subset selection, as well as documentation and release notes for each dataset.

Sponsored by AWRA's Future Risk Technical Committee.

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Hydrologic Modeling for Austin's 100-year IWRP

Date: August 22, 2018

Speaker: Richard Hoffpauir, Civil Engineer in Water Resources, Hoffpauir Consulting, PLLC

Austin's 100-year IWRP, also called Water Forward, has a goal of ensuring a diversified, sustainable, and resilient water future in the face of potential drought and climate uncertainties. Hydrologic conditions reflecting possible future climate conditions were developed. Droughts worse than the worst drought in the historical record were developed by extending the historical record with stochastic resampling and estimating drought return periods in the extended record based on the join probabilities of drought severity and duration.

Sponsored by AWRA's Future Risk Technical Committee.

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Groundwater Discharges and Clean Water Act Compliance

Date: September 19, 2018

Speakers: Marcia Greenblatt, Integral Consulting and Kathy Robb, Partner, Sive, Paget & Riesel

This webinar reviews the status of the regulation of groundwater discharges that are hydraulically connected to surface water and potentially subject to regulation under the CWA and discusses challenges in implementation.

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Forecast Informed Reservoir Operations Improve Water Mgmt

Date: October 17, 2018

Speakers: Jay Jasperse, Sonoma County Water Agency; Marty Ralph, Scripps Institution of Oceanography; Cary Talbot, U.S. Army Engineer Research & Development Center

Hear an overview of a multi-institutional collaborative effort on Forecast Informed Reservoir Operations (FIRO) to improve flood-control and water supply operations. The proof-of-concept FIRO viability assessment uses Lake Mendocino as a model that could have applicability to other reservoirs. Details on the FIRO are located at: http://cw3e-web.ucsd.edu/firo/.

Sponsored by AWRA's Future Risk Technical Committee.

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Setting Up a Water Bank: From the Ground(water) Up

Date: November 14, 2018 | 1-2pm ET Including Q&A


Speaker: Mike Hermanson, Water Resources Manager, Spokane County


In Washington State, minimum flow regulations have made it very difficult to establish a new water use. One way to establish a new use is to retire an existing use and replace it with a new use through an institutional mechanism known as a Water Bank. Spokane County recently established a water bank in the Little Spokane River Basin to provide water for new domestic water use. This presentation will include the factors evaluated before establishing the water bank, the process to establish the bank, and current operation of the bank. Spokane County also received a grant from the Bureau of Reclamation to develop a coupled ground and surface water model to serve as the technical foundation for the bank. The model is being used as a metric to establish bank value for new and innovative solutions such as managed aquifer recharge.


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