1. Western Water Assessment - Webinar - June 28, 2012

    Landscape Water Use Software - Demonstration & Discussion

    Presenters:
    Urban Water Conservation Research Lab, Utah State University:
    Dr. Joanna Endter-Wada, Dr. Christopher Neale, Clay Lewis, M.E.

    Description:
    Utah State University researchers have designed a software application to:
    - integrate water meter data, property records, remotely sensed imagery, and weather data;
    - analyze urban landscape water use patterns to identify locations with capacity to conserve;
    - design, tailor and target water conservation policies and programs;
    - monitor water use on a city-wide basis over time.

    In this webinar, the presenters provide background on this water management and information tool; demonstrate the functions of the software in real-time, and answer questions from the webinar participants, so they can ultimately improve its usefulness in meeting the needs of different types of water providers.

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Western Water Assessment

Western Water Assessment

The mission of the Western Water Assessment (WWA) is to identify and characterize regional vulnerabilities to and impacts of climate variability and climate change, and to develop information, products and processes to assist decision makers throughout…


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The mission of the Western Water Assessment (WWA) is to identify and characterize regional vulnerabilities to and impacts of climate variability and climate change, and to develop information, products and processes to assist decision makers throughout the Intermountain West. Using multidisciplinary teams of experts in climate, hydrology, ecology, law, and policy, WWA works with decisionmakers across the Intermountain West to produce policy-relevant information about climate variability and change. By building relationships and networks of decisionmakers, our team is able to develop practical research programs and useful information products. WWA is part of the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) at the University of Colorado in Boulder and is located in NOAA’s David Skaggs Research Center in Boulder. Our researchers and affiliates come from universities and federal institutions in Colorado, Wyoming, and Utah, and across the US.

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