Event Title

Research Needs for Water Resource Science in the Inland Northwest

Presenter Information

Douglas B. Jackson-Smith

Location

ECC 307/309

Event Website

http://water.usu.edu/htm/conference/past-spring-runoff-conferences

Start Date

5-4-2007 2:10 PM

End Date

5-4-2007 2:30 PM

Description

This presentation will present preliminary results of an extensive Needs Assessment research project conducted by researchers at 5 Western Universities: Utah State University, the University of Idaho, Washington State University, the University of Alaska-Fairbanks, and the Montana State University in the fall and winter of 2006/07. The project was sponsored by the Inland Northwest Research Alliance (INRA). Over the next few years, the INRA Water Research Consortium will perform research related to the complex interactions between climate change, watershed and landscape changes, water supply and quality; ecosystems, and humans. The current Needs Assessment project was designed to identify the high priority topics for future INRA research. Our team interviewed a range of key actors – policymakers, elected officials, water users, and others with a stake in the Western water debates – to identify their most pressing data and information needs.

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Apr 5th, 2:10 PM Apr 5th, 2:30 PM

Research Needs for Water Resource Science in the Inland Northwest

ECC 307/309

This presentation will present preliminary results of an extensive Needs Assessment research project conducted by researchers at 5 Western Universities: Utah State University, the University of Idaho, Washington State University, the University of Alaska-Fairbanks, and the Montana State University in the fall and winter of 2006/07. The project was sponsored by the Inland Northwest Research Alliance (INRA). Over the next few years, the INRA Water Research Consortium will perform research related to the complex interactions between climate change, watershed and landscape changes, water supply and quality; ecosystems, and humans. The current Needs Assessment project was designed to identify the high priority topics for future INRA research. Our team interviewed a range of key actors – policymakers, elected officials, water users, and others with a stake in the Western water debates – to identify their most pressing data and information needs.

http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/runoff/2007/AllAbstracts/23