The Aspen Institute has released it's long anticipated publication that summarizes a year-long dialogue series. WSWC participated quite a bit in the dialogue and helped with some of the findings and recommendations. Many who are familiar with WaDE will find language in the report that is similar, especially regarding principles of data-sharing. AI's Press Release:
July 25-27th – CUAHSI! Last but not least, CUAHSI’s annual HydroInformatics Conference in Tuscaloosa, AL. Please see here: https://www.cuahsi.org/hydroinformatics.
National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS) Drought Early Warning System (DEWS) for the California-Nevada region meeting! Reno, NV. Please see NIDIS website for more information: https://www.drought.gov/drought/calendar/events/california-nevada-drought-early-warning-system-first-annual-coordination-workshop.
The annual UCOWR/NIWR conference, this time in Fort Collins, CO. Topic is “Water in a Changing Environment.” For more, click here: http://ucowr.org/conferences/2017-ucowr-conference.
The AWRA Utah Section if pleased to announce our 2017 Annual Conference, "Data for Water Management - More Exciting than it Sounds...and Far More Critical!" [Note:] Tony Willardson will be speaking on Western Water Data topics during the morning session. This single day conference will be held on Tuesday, May 16, 2017. The conference will