CUAHSI's Spring 2010 Hydrology Cyberseminars

The excellent series of hydrological cyber-seminars continues this spring, as listed below. UNC Charlotte folks: please note that the March 12th seminar focuses on the isotope analyzer that we have in my lab. If after a few days of spring break, you find yourself yearning for some science, tune in to the seminar.

We are pleased to announce a great line-up of six cyberseminar presentations for the Spring seminar. Instructions on how to attend these online webinars will be distributed via the listservs approximately one week prior to each event. As usual, if you are unable to attend a live seminar, a recording will be made available for later viewing. Included here is a link to a downloadable 8”x11” PDF poster that we encourage you to display prominently on your campuses.
http://www.cuahsi.org/docs/cuahsi-spring-sems-2010.pdf

Spring 2010 Schedule
February 26, 2010; 3:00pm ET
• Jared Abraham, USGS (Denver) & James Cannia, USGS (Lincoln)
Title: Using airborne geophysical surveys to improve groundwater resource management models

March 12, 2010; 3:00pm ET
• Manish Gupta, Oregon State University
Title: High-frequency field-deployable isotope analyzer for hydrological applications

March 19, 2010; 3:00pm ET
• Brian Waldron & Beatrice Magnani, University of Memphis
Title: Applications of geophysical prospecting in hydrology

April 2, 2010; 3:00pm ET
• Jeanne VanBriesen, Carnegie Mellon University
Title: The River Alert Information Network (RAIN): A wet-weather sensor network for water quality in Pittsburgh

April 16, 2010; 3:00pm ET
• Bridget Scanlon, Laurent Longuevergne & Clark Wilson, University of Texas at Austin
Title: Advances in Ground-based Gravity for Hydrologic Studies

April 30, 2010; 3:00pm ET
• Jim Heffernan, Florida International University & Matt Cohen, University of Florida
Title: Inferring biogeochemical processes from high-frequency nitrate measurements in flowing waters

Cyberseminars web page: http://www.cuahsi.org/sem-current.html

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