Presentations From The AGU Meeting - DC

January 8, 2019
AGU, American Geophysical Union

Our collegues' presentations from the December, 2018 Amercian Geophysical Union Meeting in Washington DC

Science to Assist with the 2020-2026 Colorado River Interim Guidelines Renegotiations
Brad Udall, Colorado State University, Jonathan Overpeck, University of Michigan, Mu Xiao, and Dennis Lettenmaier, UCLA and Laura Kaatz, Denver Water

How Refusal to Accept Inconvenient Science Contributed to the Over-Development of the Colorado River
Brad Udall, Colorado State University, Eric Kuhn, Colorado River Water Conservation District, John Fleck, University of New Mexico, Dave Kanzer, Colorado River Water Conservation District

A Dynamic River Temperature Model for the Colorado River within Grand Canyon
Bryce A. Mihalevich, Bethany T. Neilson, David Rosenberg, David Tarboton, and Caleb Buahin, Utah Water Research Laboratory, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Utah State University and Jack Schmidt, Center for Colorado River Studies, Department of Watershed Sciences, Utah State University, Logan, Utah, USA 

Linking High Temporal Resolution Flux-based Sediment Budgets with Channel Change: Establishing morphological meaning to measurements of sediment flux
Christy Leonard and Jack Schmidt, Department of Watershed Sciences, Utah State University and David Topping and Ronald Griffiths, Grand Canyon Monitoring and Research Center, U.S. Geological Survey