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Water Institute Faculty and Students:

The webinars below should  be of interest to the hydrologic modeling community.

Wendy Graham, Ph. D.
Carl S. Swisher Chair in Water Resources
Director UF Water Institute
PO Box 116601
University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida 32611-6601
Phone 352-294-7741
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http://waterinstitute.ufl.edu<http://www.waterinstitute.ufl.edu/>

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Subject: Join us for CUAHSI's Fall Cyberseminar Series: Towards a Global Integrated Hydrology Platform: Perspectives and Advances in Large-scale Modeling


Please join us Wednesdays in September and October for
CUAHSI's Fall 2017 Cyberseminar series:

Towards a Global Integrated Hydrology Platform: Perspectives and Advances in Large-scale Modeling

Host: Reed Maxwell, Rowlinson Professor of Hydrology (Colorado School of Mines)

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Questions critical to human water use and environmental change increasingly require approaches that incorporate interconnected hydrologic processes and bridge a wide range of spatial scales. These needs have pushed models forward in both process complexity and spatial extent. Hydrology models that include connections between groundwater, surface water, land surface processes, human water use and even the atmosphere are now running at high resolution over continents and across the globe. This seminar series highlights recent research from four groups working to advance large-scale hydrologic modeling. Starting with a global perspective, these seminars will discuss various success stories and challenges as the hydrology community advances an integrated perspective of Earth’s freshwater.



All talks take place at 12:00 p.m. ET:



September 20

Global hydrology and water resources: review, challenges and directions

Marc Bierkens, Utrecht University



September 27

Groundwater-to-atmosphere simulations including human water use at the continental scale

Stefan Kollet, Research Center Jülich and Bonn University



October 4

Update on the U.S. National Water Model, recent comparisons to observations

David Gochis, NCAR



October 11

Evaluating groundwater surface water interactions across the Continental U.S. using an integrated hydrologic model

Laura Condon, Syracuse University



Cyberseminars will be recorded and posted online for later viewing in our archives at: https://www.cuahsi.org/education/cyberseminars/archives/<http://cuahsi.memberclicks.net/message2/link/bfd78889-cafe-4ffe-9adf-de1f1c2301ed/1>

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Join Us!

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After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the series.

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