Girls On Ice

Girls On Ice

Photo courtesy of Jessica Badgeley In July 2017, UW Civil and Environmental Engineering student Oriana Chegwidden left her laptop at her desk and took her hydrology outside. As a member of the Computational Hydrology group, her expertise is in projecting climate change impacts on the hydrology of the Pacific Northwest.
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Canvasback Lake Fall 2016

Job Announcement: eScience Program Specialist

The eScience Institute at the University of Washington has an outstanding opportunity for a Program Specialist (Job #152177). The eScience Institute’s mission is to support researchers across disciplines in developing and applying advanced computational methods and tools to real world problems. With funding from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation and the Alfred P.
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GEOL 4015: Geology for Engineers in the Caribbean

GEOL 4015: Geology for Engineers in the Caribbean

Summer Geology for Engineers Course in the Caribbean GEOL 4015, University of Puerto Rico Mayagüez Instructor: Dr. Stephen Hughes June 12 – July 9, 2018 GEOL 4015 Course Page The Geology Department is opening this course to students in Puerto Rico and the remainder of the United States.
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Seasonal ice on the Chuchki Sea, a marginal sea off the Arctic Ocean, in July 2010.
Source: Bonnie Light

2018 FWI, AWRA, AWWA-WEF Winter Mixer

You are invited to the 2018 Winter Mixer hosted by the American Water Resources Association (AWRA) – UW Student Chapter. This is the first ever mixer between the AWRA-UW, Freshwater Initiative (FWI), American Water Works Association-Water Environment Foundation (AWWA-WEF), and Washington State AWRA. The event will be hosted in the Great Room of the UW Waterfront Activities Center on Monday, January 29th, 5:30pm- 8:30pm.
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RAPID: Almost Like Maria

RAPID: Almost Like Maria

On September 20, 2017, Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico as a first Category 4 storm.  With sustained winds of 155 miles per hour, just two miles per hour shy of a Category 5 classification, and three times the rainfall of Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Maria decimated Puerto Rico’s infrastructure, denying 3.1 million people power or access to clean water.
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HydroShare: Online, Hydrologic Collaboration Environment

HydroShare: Online, Hydrologic Collaboration Environment

The sharing of water-related data facilitates collaboration and promotes efficiency when it comes to water quality, extreme event prediction, or ecosystem science.  As research trends more and more towards “team science,” the ability to share resources between team members and across institutions is more valuable than ever.  
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