Hydroclimatic variability in the Wasatch: Bridging research and management

Hydroclimatic variability in the Wasatch: Bridging research and management

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Thumbnail: 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. [Layton, Utah]

 

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)

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