Thursday, April 09, 2020 at 12:00AM - Friday, April 10, 2020 at 12:00PM
SEEC Auditorium (room C120)
4001 Discovery Drive, Boulder
The Hydrologic Sciences Graduate Program at CU Boulder is excited to announce our 15th Annual Hydrologic Sciences Symposium. This year's theme is: "In Hot Water: Climate Change and Water Resources." A special two-hour writing workshop will take place on Wednesday, April 8th, led by keynote speaker James Cloern, Senior Scientist Emeritus, US Geological Survey.
Students, affiliated researchers, and faculty at CU and other universities are encouraged to participate in the Hydro Symposium, including a 15 minute talk or a lunchtime poster session. Abstract submission opens February 19th and closes March 20th.
We will have awards for best talk and poster, and a raffle at the end of each day. Come join in the fun and learn about your colleagues hydro-related research!
Keynote speakers are:
- James Cloern, Senior Scientist Emeritus, US Geological Survey
- McKenzie Skiles, Assistant Professor of Geography, University of Utah
Guest Speakers are:
- Aditi Bhaskar, Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Colorado State University
- Nicole Herman-Mercer, Social Scientist, US Geological Survey
- Kim Hutton, Water Resources Specialist, City of Boulder
- Pat Kociolek, Professor of EBIO, Director of Museum and Field Studies Program, CU Boulder
- Corey Lawrence, Research Geologist, US Geological Survey
- Matt Miller, Research Hydrologist, US Geological Survey
- Mark Raleigh, Research Associate, CIRES, WWA, CU Boulder
- Nicole Silk, President, River Network