December 3, 2021
To Fix a Broken Water Cycle: Dust, Snow and Flow in the Headwaters of the Rio Grande and Colorado Rivers
December 3, 2021, at 8:30 AM MT via Zoom
Free to Attend and Participate
Join the SWCS Colorado Chapter on December 3 for a day-long virtual workshop that will cover 1) addressing the issues of dust on snow, what is known and what is not regarding monitoring and modeling watershed function, 2) exploring the impacts of a fragmented water cycle resulting in dust on snow and less reliable water flows, and 3) having a dialogue about what we can do to resolve this situation. This will be a participative conference with the purpose of tapping into the best thinking that we each can contribute.
During the interactive conference, we will explore the present situation, what is preventing action to resolve the issue, what are desired outcomes from addressing the issue, and what strategies will move us toward our collective positive outcome.
Brought to you by: Soil and Water Conservation Society–Colorado Chapter and Center for Snow and Avalanche Studies.