Managing Drought and Water Scarcity in Vulnerable Environments: Creating a Roadmap for Change in the United States (18–20 September 2006)
Session No. 10 Tuesday, 19 September 2006
5:00 PM-7:00 PM, : North Fairview

Reception and Poster Session II

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10-11"RIVER EYES" - RIO GRANDE DROUGHT MONITORING, 2001 THROUGH 2006: LLEWELLYN, Dagmar K.1, YOUNG, Rick2, PARGAS, Gregory Scott1, and HAGGERTY, Grace3, (1) S. S. Papadopulos & Assoc, Nob Hill Executive Center; 117 Bryn Mawr, SE, Suite 111, Albuquerque, NM 87106-2209, dagmar@sspa.com, (2) Water Resources, University of New Mexico, S. S. Papadopulos & Assoc, Nob Hill Executive Center; 117 Bryn Mawr, SE, Suite 111, Albuquerque, NM 87106-2209, (3) New Mexico Interstate Stream Commission, 121 Tijeras, Suite 2000, Alb, NM 87102
10-22THE TREEFLOW PROJECT: USING TREE-RING DATA TO PROVIDE WATER MANAGERS WITH A MULTI-CENTURY PERSPECTIVE ON DROUGHT: LUKAS, Jeffrey J., INSTAAR, University of Colorado, 450 UCB, Boulder, CO 80309, lukas@colorado.edu and WOODHOUSE, Connie A., NOAA-NCDC Paleoclimatology Branch and INSTAAR, University of Colorado, 325 Broadway, E/CC23, Boulder, CO 80305
10-33NEW MEXICO RIO GRANDE WATER OPERATIONS MODELING: CREATING A SYNTHETIC FLOW SEQUENCE REPRESENTATIVE OF REGIONAL PALEO-HYDROLOGY FOR ALTERNATIVES ANALYSIS: MACCLUNE, Karen L. and HATHAWAY, Deborah, S. S. Papadopulos & Associates, Inc, 1877 Broadway Suite 703, Boulder, CO 80302, karen@sspa.com
10-44MONITORING SURFACE MOISTURE IN THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES WITH MODIS LST: MARZEN, L.J., Geology & Geography, Auburn University, 108 Tichenor Hall, Auburn, AL 36849, marzelj@auburn.edu, WERSINGER, J.M., Physics Department, Auburn University, Allison Hall, Auburn, AL 36849, RODEKOHR, D., Agronomy & Soils, Auburn University, Funchess Hall, Auburn, AL 36849, and SIVASWAMY, S., Engineering, Auburn University, 116 Tichenor Hall, Auburn, AL 36849
10-55DROUGHT AND ENVIRONMENTAL FLOWS: A FEW ISSUES: MILHOUS, Robert T., Fort Collins Science Center, US Geological Survey, 2150 Centre Avenus Building C, Fort Collins, CO 80526, robert_milhous@usgs.gov
10-66GROUND WATER LEVEL TRENDS NEAR THE PROPOSED YUCCA MOUNTAIN RADIOACTIVE WASTE REPOSITORY: PAGE, H. Scott, Harry Reid Center For Environmental Studies, University of Nevada - Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV 89154-4009, spage@unlv.nevada.edu and BRANDT, Amanda, Harry Reid Center For Environmental Studies, University of Nevada - Las Vegas, Las Vegas, 89154-4009
10-77COMPARING THE NATURE AND CAUSES OF THE RECENT DROUGHT IN THE SOUTHWESTERN UNITED STATES WITH THE INFAMOUS 1950S DROUGHT: QUIRING, Steven M., Geography, Texas A&M University, TAMU 3147, College Station, TX 77843, squiring@geog.tamu.edu and GOODRICH, Gregory B., Geography & Geology, Western Kentucky University, 1906 College Heights Blvd #31066, Bowling Green, KY 42101-1066
10-88GROWING POPULATION AND WATER SUPPLY IN THE JEFARA PLAIN (LIBYA): RASHED, Khaled Abuagela, Water Resources Unit, Academy of Graduate Studies, Tripoli Libya, K65Rashed@yahoo.co.uk
10-99FALLING GROUNDWATER LEVELS HAVE NOT DETERRED POPULATION GROWTH IN DOUGLAS COUNTY, COLORADO: RAYNOLDS, Robert G., Denver Museum of Nature & Science, 2001 Colorado Boulevard, Denver, CO 80205-5798, denverbasin@dmns.org and DECHESNE, Marieke, Denver Museum of Nature & Science, 2001 Colorado Blvd, Denver, CO 80205
10-1010PHYSICAL AND GEOCHEMICAL SIGNATURES OF SPRINGS RESPONSE TO RECENT CLIMATE CHANGE IN A SEMI-ARID REGION: RICE, Steven E., Department of Geology, Northern Arizona University, 2809 N Roberta Dr, Flagstaff, AZ 86001, ser36@nau.edu, HOGAN, James, Department of Hydrology and Water Resources, Univ of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721, and SPRINGER, Abraham E., Department of Geology, Northern Arizona Univ, Box 4099, Flagstaff, AZ 86011
10-1111NEW JERSEY DROUGHT MONITORING: ROBINSON, David A., New Jersey State Climatologist, Rutgers University, Piscataway, NJ 08854, drobins@rci.rutgers.edu
10-1212HYDROGEOLOGIC RECONNAISSANCE AND SURVEY, AND ASSESSMENT OF EXISTING PRIMARY WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS IN EASTERN KENYA, AFRICA: SAENZ, Joseph M., U. S. Department of the Navy, Naval Facilities Engineering Service Ctr, 1100 23RD Avenue, Code ESC411, Port Hueneme, CA 93043, joseph.saenz@navy.mil
10-1313MANAGING DROUGHT AND WATER SCARCITY IN VULNERABLE ENVIRONMENTS: A CASE STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO INDIA AND PLANNING FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: SAMARAJALINGAM, Shanmuganandan, Geography, School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Madurai Kamaraj Univ, Palkalainagar, Madurai-625021, Tamilnadu,India, Ishwarya, Plot No:72, Pasupathy Nagar, Madurai-625017, Tamilnadu, India, Madurai 625021 India, shanmug@eth.net
10-1414MONITORING AND MANAGEMENT OF NONRENEWABLE GROUND WATER RESOUCES –: NIEMELA, Daniel O. and SANCHEZ, Christopher, 333 W. Hampden Ave, Suite 1050, Englewood, CO 80110, csanchez@bbawater.com
10-1515RESUMING GROUNDWATER WITHDRAWAL FOR PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY IN QUEENS COUNTY, NEW YORK CITY: SCHLEIFER, Stanley and KHANDAKER, Nazrul I., Natural Sciences Department, York College of CUNY, 94-20 Guy R. Brewer Blvd, Jamaica, NY 11451, schleifer@york.cuny.edu
10-1616NETWORKS AND DROUGHT COMMUNICATION: SHAFER, Mark A., Oklahoma Climatological Survey, The University of Oklahoma, 100 E. Boyd Street, Suite 1210, Norman, OK 73019, mshafer@ou.edu
10-1717DROUGHT MONITORING IN IRAN BY USING NDVI INDEX: SHAHABFAR, Alireza and RAMESH, Azadeh, Applied Meteorology and Climatological Researches, North Khorasan Meteorological Addministration, P.O.Box:94155-1319, Bojnourd-Iran, Bojnourd, 94155, Iran, shahabfar@gmail.com
10-1818DROUGHT EFFECTS ON PREHISTORIC SETTLEMENTS: PALEOHYDROLOGIC MODELING OF SPRING DISCHARGE, CANYON OF THE ANCIENTS NATIONAL MONUMENT, SOUTHWEST COLORADO: SMITH, Schaun M., Geology and Geological Engineering, Colorado School of Mines, c/o TSC Group, Inc, 5400 Ward Road, Suite V-100, Arvada, CO 80002, sms@tscgroup-inc.com, KOLM, Kenneth E., Colorado School of Mines, c/o BBL Inc, 14142 Denver West Parkway, suite 350, Golden, CO 80126, and MCCRAY, John E., Environmental Science and Engineering Division, Colorado School of Mines, 1500 Illinois St, Golden, CO 80401
10-1919DESIGNING THE BEST “NEW” SOURCE OF WATER DURING DROUGHT:: SMITH, William, Environmental Studies, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 4505 Maryland Parkway, Box 454440, Las Vegas, NV 89154, bill.smith@unlv.edu
10-2020SOIL MOISTURE MEASUREMENTS AND ESTIMATION FOR DROUGHT ASSESSMENT IN NEBRASKA: SRIDHAR, Venkataramana, HUBBARD, Kenneth G., WEDIN, David A., YOU, Jinsheng, and KORNER, Sebastien, School of Natural Resources, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, P.O.Box 830758, Lincoln, NE 68583-0758, vsridhar2@unl.edu
10-2121SHIFT IN HYDROLOGIC DROUGHT PROBABILITIES DUE TO DECADE-LONG CLIMATE VARIATIONS: GARBRECHT, Jurgen, El Reno, OK 73036, jurgen.garbrecht@ars.usda.gov and STEINER, Jean L., USDA-ARS, 7207 W. Cheyenne St, El Reno, OK 73036, jean.steiner@ars.usda.gov
10-2222HOW TO ASSESS IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON SOIL CLIMATE BY NEWHALL MODEL – CENTRAL EUROPE AS A CASE STUDY AREA: TRNKA, Mirek1, KAPLER, Pavel1, SEMERÁDOVÁ, Daniela1, DUBROVSKY, Martin2, ZALUD, Zdenek1, SVOBODA, Mark3, EITZINGER, Josef4, and MOZNY, Martin5, (1) Institute for Agrosystems and Bioclimatology, Mendel University of Agriculture and Forestry, Brno, 61300, Czech Republic, mirek_trnka@yahoo.com, (2) Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Prague, 14131, Czech Republic, (3) National Drought Mitigation Center, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE 68583-0749, (4) Institute for Meteorology, University of Applied Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria, (5) Agrometeorology Observatory, Czech Hydrometeorological Institute, Doksany, Czech Republic
10-2323SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURAL WATER CONSERVATION IN THE RIO GRANDE BASIN: URBANCZYK, Kevin and HOPPER, Leslie, Earth & Physical Science, Sul Ross State University, Box C-139, Alpine, TX 79832, kevinu@sulross.edu
10-2424CHALLENGES IN RESPONDING TO THE CANADIAN DROUGHTS OF 2001 AND 2002: WHEATON, Elaine1, WITTROCK, Virginia1, and KOSHIDA, Grace2, (1) Saskatchewan Research Council, 125-15 Innovation Boulevard, Saskatoon, SK S7N2X8, Canada, wheaton@src.sk.ca, (2) Adaptation and Impacts Research Division, Environment Canada, 4905 Dufferin Street, Toronto, ON M3H5T4, Canada
10-2525DEFINING NATURAL FRESHWATER FLOW FOR CRITICAL ECOSYSTEMS: A CASE STUDY FROM SOUTH FLORIDA: WINGARD, G.L., USGS, National Center 926A, Reston, VA 20192, lwingard@usgs.gov and WILLARD, Debra A., United States Geological Survey, 926A National Center, Reston, VA 20192
10-0CREATIVE APPLICATION OF HYDRO-CLIMATE PREDICTIONS: HENZ, John and BADINI, William, HDR Engineering, Inc, 303E. 17th Ave. Suite 700, Denver, CO 80203, john.henz@hdrinc.com
10-0A BRIEF SURVEY OF HIGH PLAINS STATES WATER DISTRIBUTION LAWS AND POLICIES: MCCABE, Julianne, 526 Arapahoe Ave, Boulder, CO 80302, juliannemccabe@mac.com

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