The 2016 Critical Issues Forum, Addressing Changes in Regional Groundwater Resources: Lessons from the High Plains Aquifer concluded today at the Colorado School of Mines Ben H. Parker Student Center. An initial summary of social media posts using #CIForum16 were compiled connecting people to various resources, but also communicate interesting questions raised at the event. A summary report will be available within the next year.
The American Association of Geographers shared a survey that has been published by the the National Science Foundation Advisory Committee for Environmental Research and Education (AC-ERE) is looking for your assistance. The AC-ERE was tasked to identify relevant key research and education challenges over the next decade.
Following success in San Francisco, CA the American Association of Geographers announced it will again be offering childcare at its Annual Meeting in Boston, MA. CAMP AAG will host children ages 6 mos. to 13 years. Interested parents will be able to register their children either online in advance or during on-site registration.
This post will show simple way to calculate moving averages, calculate historical-flow quantiles, and plot that information. The goal is to reproduce the graph at this link: PA Graph. The motivation for this post was inspired by a USGS colleague that that is considering creating these type of plots in R. We thought this plot provided an especially fun challenge - maybe you will, too!
John Bradford, president of SEG, gave his State of the Society Address at the 86th Annual Meeting in Dallas in October 2016. Dorsey Morrow, SEG Executive Director, opened the session and introduced Bradford.
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