Flood and landslide risk research funded by $1.7 million NSF grant

Flood and landslide risk research funded by $1.7 million NSF grant

Damage from natural disasters can be prevented by using predictions to improve our planning. With the objective of improving flood and landslide prediction, a collaborative researcher team led by University of Washington Civil & Environmental Engineering (CEE) has received a four-year $1.7 million National Science Foundation (NSF) Prediction of and Resilience Against Extreme Events (PREEVENTS) grant.
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Students Invited to Freshwater! 2017

Students Invited to Freshwater! 2017

Dear UW graduate students conducting freshwater research, Hello, my name is Claire Beveridge. I’m a 3rd year PhD Student studying Civil and Environmental Engineering with an emphasis in Hydrology. My research is highly interdisciplinary, focusing on the interactions and feedbacks between water, sediment, people and infrastructure.
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Geo-Spatial Tools

Geo-Spatial Tools

Geohackweek Tutorials for Freshwater Research and Education   Freshwater research using large data with computationally intensive analyses is an area of ongoing development.  CUAHSI staff and University of Washington Freshwater researchers are partnering with eScience Geohackweek organizers  to provide ongoing access to tutorials developed for Geohackweek 2017, as well as helpful links available on HydroShare Help pages.  
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Freshwater-eScience Hands on Water Speaker Series!

Freshwater-eScience Hands on Water Speaker Series!

Please join us for the Freshwater-eScience Hands On Water seminar.   In this quarterly speaker series we will feature state of the art innovators and the tools they are building to tackle data science and modeling challenges critical to the understanding, conservation and management of freshwater resources and ecosystems, including communicating scientific information of broad societal interest. 
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Confluence - By Awad Schmaltz

UW Freshwater at the Museum of Northwest Art (MoNA)

Confluence – By Awad Schmaltz In an ongoing experiment to link art and science, researchers from the Climate Impact Group and Civil & Environmental Engineering partnered with local artists to develop exhibits on topics like climate change, sediment dynamics and water quality with visual expression.  The collaboration was facilitated by UW research partner Skagit Climate Science Consortium, and included the Skagit Land Trust, Skagit Watershed Council, and Swinomish Indian Tribal Community. 
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Coastal Rainforest Margins Research Network (NSF-RCN)

Coastal Rainforest Margins Research Network (NSF-RCN)

The Alaska Coastal Rainforest Center, the University of Washington, and the University of Alaska have been funded through The National Science Foundation Research Coordination Network to identify and develop a collaborative international research community designed to quantify the flux of nutrient-rich materials from coastal watersheds to nearshore marine ecosystems.
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A Conversation on Freshwater Research in Washington

A Conversation on Freshwater Research in Washington

On April 19, 2016 we hosted a conversation about Freshwater Research on UW’s campus. First we heard from State of Washington Water Research Center (WRC) Directors Jon Yoder and Jen Adam (UW CEE alum) to learn more about emerging collaborations and activities in freshwater research across the State of Washington.
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