Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education - University Council on Water Resources

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Full 153 Issue, Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education, April 2014.
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Water Data Systems: Science, Practice, and Policy Melinda Laituri and Faith Sternlieb Colorado State University   Water agencies, governmental organ-izations, and non-governmental organizations accountable for water use, development, and conservation are dealing with ways to address changes in water data collection, maintenance, storage, visualization,…
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Past, Present, and Future of Water Data Delivery from the U.S. Geological Survey Robert M. Hirsch and Gary T. Fisher U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, VA   Abstract: We present an overview of national water databases managed by the U.S. Geological Survey, including surface-water,…
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A Vision for Future Observations for Western U.S. Extreme Precipitation and Flooding F.M. Ralph1, M. Dettinger2, A. White3, D. Reynolds4, D. Cayan2, T. Schneider5, R. Cifelli3, K. Redmond6, M. Anderson7, F. Gherke7, J. Jones7, K. Mahoney4, L. Johnson8, S. Gutman9, V. Chandrasekar10, J.…
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WaDE: An Interoperable Data Exchange Network for Sharing Water Planning and Use Data Sara G. Larsen1 and Dwane Young2 1Western States Water Council, Murray, UT 2Office of Water, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C.   Abstract: The Water Data Exchange (WaDE) is a…
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Landsat Thermal Infrared Imagery and Western Water Management Anthony G. Willardson Western States Water Council   Abstract: The Western States Water Council strongly supported the use of thermal infrared sensor (TIRS) data from Landsat 8 (Western States Water Council 2010). TIRS is…
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A Social-Ecological Framework to Integrate Multiple Objectives for Environmental Flows Management David M. Martin, Dylan Harrison-Atlas , Nicholas A. Sutfin, and N. LeRoy Poff Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO   Abstract: “Environmental flows” is a research discipline that emphasizes freshwater allocation in rivers…
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Social Observation for Sustainability Science about Water John B. Braden University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, USA Abstract: I advance the following argument: (1) Coupled observation of humans and nature at large scale is important to many fundamental questions of sustainability. (2) Current programs…
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