Hydrology Days moves online April 13-14

Cache La Poudre National Heritage Area; Photo credit National Park Service
Cache La Poudre National Heritage Area; Photo credit National Park Service

Like so many events this spring, Hydrology Days – a gathering of interdisciplinary leaders and presentation of emerging research in water studies – has been moved online. The annual American Geophysical Union meeting will be presented April 13-14 as a webinar.

Schedule and registration information can be found here. Registration is required to attend.

The 40th annual meeting, originally scheduled April 13-15 on CSU’s campus, was canceled out of concerns for public health and safety in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, many scientists and students still wanted to share their research in a webinar format. Twenty-one 15-minute presentations are scheduled, with five minutes reserved for questions at the end of each presentation.

Topics covered during the online conference will include agricultural water, hydraulics and geomorphology, geoscience and groundwater, hydrologic systems, urban water systems, statistical and stochastic hydrology, and snow hydrology.

Manuscript submission

The manuscript submission deadline for a special edition of Colorado Water featuring Hydrology Days has been extended. Researchers are invited to submit short articles on any water-related topic by April 15. For more information, please visit the Hydrology Days manuscript submission page.

Organizers plan to include this year’s intended keynote speakers – all distinguished authorities in the field – in next year’s event.