Short Workshop:

Hydroclimatic variability in the Wasatch: Bridging research and management

Wednesday, April 15, 2015 - Layton, UT

Above: Tree-ring reconstruction of annual flow of the Bear River, 800–2010, smoothed to emphasize decadal-scale variability

 

The Western Water Assessment (WWA) and the Wasatch Dendroclimatology Research (WADR) Group—a joint effort of USU, BYU, and US Forest Service scientists—conducted a short workshop to to support the application of multi-century tree-ring reconstructions in water management in northern Utah. Over 30 water managers, researchers, and others participated in the workshop.

 

Workshop Agenda and Presentations

The workshop agenda is here. The slides for three of the presentations are available for download below.

 

Looking ahead beyond baseline of drought - Climate amplification in the West
Daniel Barandiaran and Simon Wang (USU/WADR)
SLIDES (pdf)

Bear River stream flow reconstruction
Justin DeRose (USDA Forest Service/WADR)
SLIDES (pdf)

Trends in growing season climate
Roger Kjelgren (USU/WADR)
SLIDES
(pdf)