Tuesday, 29 October 2013: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
Colorado Convention Center Mile High Ballroom 2AB/3AB

LATE BREAKING SESSION: The 2013 Colorado Flood Event—A Perfect Storm Hits a Dynamic Landscape, Causes, Processes, and Effects

 

Peter E. Barkmann and Bob Jarrett, Chairs
 
8:00 AM
Introductory Remarks
 
8:05 AM
Tim Rasmussen, Managing Photo Editor, Denver Post
 
8:20 AM
THE 2013 COLORADO FLOODS—NOT EXPECTED BUT NOT A SURPRISE: Nolan Doesken, Colorado State Climatologist for Colorado Climate Center, Colorado State University
 
8:35 AM
STREAMGAGE RESULTS FOR SEPTEMBER 2013 FLOODING IN COLORADO: Robert Kimbrough, USGS Colorado Water Science Center
 
8:50 AM
TOPIC—FLOOD PLAIN MAPPING: Thuy Patton, Colorado Water Conservation Board
 
9:05 AM
COLORADO FRONT RANGE FLOODING: LONG-TERM PERSPECTIVE AND SHORT-TERM OBSERVATIONS OF BOULDER CREEK WATERSHED'S RESPONSE DURING SEPTEMBER 2013: Bob Jarrett, Scientist Emeritus; Sheila F. Murphy, Hydrologist, U.S. Geological Survey, Lakewood and Boulder, Colorado
 
9:20 AM
LANDSLIDES IN THE COLORADO FRONT RANGE CAUSED BY RAINFALL BETWEEN SEPTEMBER 9 AND 13, 2013: Jonathan Godt, Landslide Hazards Program, U.S. Geological Survey
 
9:35 AM
THE 2013 COLORADO FRONT RANGE FLOODS: IMPACT ASSESSMENTS, RESPONSE AND RECOVERY: Doug Bausch, Physical Scientist, FEMA
 
9:50 AM
PERFORMANCE OF DEBRIS FLOW BASIN DAMS ON THE FLANKS OF CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN, COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO: Bill McCormick, Chief of Dam Safety, Colorado Division of Water Resources
 
10:05 AM
TOPIC—WATER SUPPLY/ MANAGEMENT: Tom Cech, Director, One World One Water Center, MSU Denver
 
10:20 AM
SOUTH PLATTE ALLUVIAL AQUIFER RESPONSE TO THE SEPTEMBER 2013 COLORADO FLOOD EVENT: Andy Horn, Colorado Division of Water Resources
 
10:35 AM
AN EXAMINATION OF HYDROLOGICAL MODEL PREDICTIONS FOR THE GREAT FLOOD OF 2013: Dave Gochis, National Center for Atmospheric Research( NCAR)
 
10:55 AM
Q&A
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