Join us to share information and insight on the latest water-related topics throughout the West. At each monthly meeting, a special program is presented providing more in-depth review of a particular water-related issue or topic. 

We also welcome exchange on water-focused activities in an informal setting following each presentation. 

2016-17 Speaker Lineup:

September 13th: Jim Widlar. "Atlas Missile Sites and the Use of TCE"

October 11th: Leon Basdekas, Black & Veatch. "Building and Applying A Robust Decision Analysis Framework for Water Supply Planning Under Uncertainty"

November 8th: Sam Cox, BLM. "Modeling Riparian Areas with Remote Sensing"

December 13th: Rescheduled to January

January 10thPresentation Double Header! 1st half: Paul Dey, Wyoming Game & Fish Department. "Update on Wyoming Water Strategy River Restoration Efforts"  2nd half: Terry Booth, USDA. "Land Management for Water Conservation"

February 14th:  Matt Miller, USGS Utah Water Science Center. "Importance of Groundwater in Sustaining Streamflow in the Upper Colorado River Basin"

March 14th: Peter McCarthy, USGS WY-MT Water Science Center. "StreamStats"

April 11th: Presentation Double Header! 1st half: Dr. Bart Geerts, UW Department of Atmospheric Science. "Changes in Precipitation, Snowpack, and Streamflow in Wyoming by the 21st Century" 2nd half: Bureau of Reclamation. "2017 Water Supply Outlook"

May 9th: Stephanie Kampf, Colorado State University. "MODIS and Snowcover Patterns: How Changes in Snow Affect Water Yield"

Send ideas for topics and/or speakers to:

Beth Callaway
Interstate Streams Division
Wyoming State Engineer's Office

Next Water Forum

Tuesday, April 11th @ 10am

Location: Herschler Building Room #1699, 122 W. 25th St., Cheyenne, WY 82002

*Ask to be on the monthly mailing list for remote dial-in instructions*

1st Half: 
Bart Geerts, UW Dept. Of Atmospheric Science
"Changes in Precipitation, Snowpack and Streamflow in Wyoming by the 21st Century"

2nd Half: 
Various presentations from the Bureau of Reclamation
"2017 Water Supply Outlook"

Did you miss the March Water Forum? 

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by Peter McCarthy, USGS WY-MT Water Science Center

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