In this three-day, instructor-led, online course, participants will explore the landscape of datasets, tools, and methods to assess impacts from a changing climate on surface water hydrology. The course features combined lecture and analysis exercises to showcase options that can be considered and used. Examples will illustrate decision-making processes regarding the evaluation of climate change questions across different time and space scales. Climate change questions will be applied to sample watersheds to give the students hands-on experience with applying existing tools and models.
When: 20-22 June 2017, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM MDT
Format: Virtual (online, instructor led)
Draft Agenda (subject to change): https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Sr0gdWtzNhQ2OcPQNu-Y1CuGBh296_K74Py1_XwJG3o/edit?usp=sharing
If interested, please contact: HIUCC_help@comet.ucar.edu
- Coordinator: HIUCC support COMET
- Coordinator: Lon Goldstein
- Coordinator: Tara Torres