1st Annual CI-WATER Symposium Proceedings

Managing Water in an Uncertain Future:
Harnessing New Computational Power


Symposium Materials | Schedule | Presenters
The first Annual CI-WATER Symposium was held September 5-6, 2012
at the Natural History Museum of Utah in Salt Lake City.

CI-WATER Symposium: 2012 Materials

General Information

 

Presenter Materials

Keynote:

Being Honest about the Values of Models and Modeling: Why Model Outputs are the Least Valuable Part of the Process
Presenter Brad Udall, CU-NOAA Western Water Assessment

Industry Panel:

What do we need? A State Water Rights Agency Perspective
Presenter Sue Lowery, Wyoming State Engineer’s Office


Wyoming Water Development Commission and State Water Plan
Presenter Chris Nicholson, Water and Climate Data for the State of Wyoming

 

CI-WATER Symposium
Presenter Gene Shawcroft, Central Utah Water Conservancy

CI-Water Team Leads:

Cyberinfrastructure Facilities
Presenter Steve Corbató, Cyberinfrastructure Facilities, University of Utah

 

High-Performance Computing Hydrologic Model
Presenter Fred L. Ogden, Environmental & Natural Resources, University of Wyoming

 

CI-WATER Component 2: Enhance Access to Data and Computationally-Intensive Modeling
Presenter David Tarboton, Access to Data and Computationally Intensive Modeling, Utah State University

 

Brigham Young University Research Contributions - Objective #2: Enhance access to data- and computationally-intensive modeling
Presenter Norm Jones, Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Brigham Young University

 

Goal 3 - Water Modeling
Presenter Steven Burian, Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Utah

 

Additional Resources


EPSCoR Utah Brigham Young University Utah State University University of Utah University of Wyoming Utah Education Network EPSCoR Wyoming