Spring 2014: Hydrologic Sciences and Water Resources Engineering Seminar Series

                Location:    ECCE 1B41            Time:    Wednesdays 11:00 - 12:00 PM           

Co-ordinator:   Prof. R. Balaji


DATE

SPEAKER

TOPIC

Jan. 15 (Wed) Prof. Roseanna Neupauer
Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering (CEAE)
University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
Novel Modeling Approaches for Groundwater Applications Abstract
Jan. 22
(Wed)
Dr. Mary Hill
USGS, Boulder, CO

Recent Lessons about Uncertainty and Sensitivity Analysis in Environmental Modeling Abstract
Jan. 29
 (Wed)
Amy Piscopo, Kenneth Pratt
& Andrew Verdin
 CEAE
University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
Using Janus Supercomputer for Hydrologic Problems 
Abstract
Feb. 5
(Wed)
Prof. Tanya Heikkila
School of Public Affairs
University of Colorado, Denver

A Study of Conflict and Cooperation in the Mekong River Basin: How Issues, Actors and Scale Matter
Abstract
Feb. 12
(Wed)
Prof. Kathleen Smits
Civil, Environmental Engineering
Center for Experimental Study of Subsurface Environmetal Processes 
Colorado School of Mines
Golden, CO
Mass, Momentum and Energy Transfer Mechanisms at the Land-Atmosphere Interface Interweaving Experimental and Modeling Approaches
Abstract


Feb. 19
(Wed)
Dr. David Gochis
Research Scientist
Hydrometeorological Application Program/RAL, NCAR
Boulder, CO

Integrated Hydrometeorological Predictions with the Fully-coupled WRF-Hydro Modeling System in Western North America
Abstract
Feb. 26 (Wed) Dr. Brian Kirsch
Department of Geology and Geological Engineering
Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO
Management: Making the Most of Water Resources
Abstract
Mar. 5
(Wed)
Prof. Jessica Lundquist
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
University of Washington
Seattle, WA

Spatial Precipitation Patterns in Complex Terrain Using Snow    
    and Streamflow Observations:  Case Study of the Southern Sierra
    Nevada, California
Abstract
Mar. 12
(Wed)
Amy Piscopo, PhD Candidate
 CEAE
University of Colorado, Boulder, CO

Multi-Objective Optimization of Engineered Injection and Extraction to Enhance In Situ Remediation of Contaminated Groundwater Abstract

Mar. 19 (Wed) Prof. Edith Zagona
CEAE
 & Director, CADSWES
University of Colorado, Boulder, CO

River System Management: CADSWES Tools and Applications  Abstract

Mar. 26
(Wed)
Spring Break Spring Break
Apr 2
(Wed)
Hydrologic Sciences Annual Student Symposium April 3-4 Hydrologic Sciences Annual Student Symposium Apr 3-4
Apr. 9
(Wed)
Aaron True, PhD Candidate
  School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, GA

Ecological Engines: Finescale Hydrodynamic and Chemical Cues
Affecting Zooplankton in Nearshore Marine Ecosystems
Abstract

Apr. 16
(Wed)
Dr. Imtiaz Rangwalla
Western Water Assessment, CIRES
University of Colorado, Boulder, CO

Reconciling Global Climate Projections at Regional Scales in the Southwestern US
Abstract

Apr. 23
(Wed)
Kenny Pratt, PhD Candidate
 CEAE
University of Colorado, Boulder, CO

Lagrangian Coherent Structures: A Template for the Prediction of Reaction Zones in Turbulent Flows Abstract
Apr 30
(Wed)
Farrokh Shoaei, PhD Candidate
Lab Manager, Environmental Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
 CEAE
University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
Turbulent Mixing and coral Reproduction: Implications for Instantaneous Flow Structures and Total Gametes Reaction
 Abstract