Applying Season-ahead Precipitation and Streamflow Forecasts to Guide Reservoir Allocations: A Case Study of the Highland Lakes in Central Texas 13 September 2016

Applying Season-ahead Precipitation and Streamflow Forecasts to Guide Reservoir Allocations: A Case Study of the Highland Lakes in Central Texas

WHEN: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2016 // 1PM-3PM CT
This interactive webinar will report the results from a NOAA-Sectoral Applications Research Program (SARP) grant and has been selected to help inform end-users within the National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS).  

TO REGISTER: http://drought.unl.edu/Registration.aspx?eventid=726

Water Resources Dashboard - Learning Sessions to Provide Scientific and Practical Applied Information 26 April 2016

Water Resources Dashboard - Learning Sessions to Provide Scientific and Practical Applied Information

As we have mentioned previously, several water and planning organizations (i.e., American Planning Association, American Water Works Association, Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Water Environment Federation, Water Environment Research Foundation, and Water Resources Foundation) worked  to create a water resources dashboard.  Additional information about the dashboard can be found here.

To supplement this effort, we will be holding a series of learning sessions to provide scientific and practical applied information re: the datasets on the dashboard.  Information about the first session can be found by clicking on the article title.

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