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Montana Hydrology Workshop 2010
Holiday Inn Downtown Conference Center
Helena, Montana
July 27-29, 2010

Invitation and Call for Papers

Workshop Registration

Workshop Presentations

Tuesday Afternoon Session
Mike Stickney - Earthquakes and Water; Shaken not Stirred - Effects of Earthquakes on Water At and Below Earth's Surface
Phil Farnes and John Huddleston - Montana Precipitation Map
Don Bischoff - Streamgaging
Dave Briar - U.S. Geological Survey Real-Time hydrologic Monitoring - Operation and Quality Assurance
Lucas Zukiewicz - Montana Snowmelt Peak Date forecast Modeling
Greg Pederson - A Millennia of Snowpack Variability and Change in the North American Cordillera
Jim Byrne - High Resolution Modeling of Physical and Ecological Processes in Diverse Terrain

Wednesday Morning Session
Andy Brummond - Impacts of Low Stream Flow and Elevated Water Temperature on Montana's Wild Trout Fishery
Christian Schmidt - Influence of Irrigation Recharge on Groundwater NO3-N Concentrations on the Greenfields Bench Aquifer, Teton County, Montana
Alan Hamlet - Responding to Evolving Stakeholder Needs for 21st Century Hydrologic Scenarios - An Overview of the Columbia Basin Climate Change Scenarios
Dave Brandon - Future of NWS Hydrologic Services
Tom Patton - Wells and Climate: Hunting ENSO, Finding PDO?
Katherine Chase - Currently Not Available - Streamflow and Climate Variability Modeling Activities of the U.S. Geological Survey in Montana and the Western United States
Kelly Redmond - Variability and Change in Hydrologic Extremes

Wednesday Afternoon Session
Rick Koehler - Turning Your GIS into a Temporal Information System (TIS) - How to Plot, Visualize and Analyze Time-series Data Withing the GIS Environment
Rick Koehler - Instructions on Formatting Temporal Data and Bringing into ArcMap
Sue Cannon - NOAA USGS Demonstration Flash-flood and Debris-flow Early-warning System for Recently Burned Areas in Southern California, and Lessons Leearned from five Years of Operation
Ray Nickless - Predicting Flash Floods and Debris Flows in Forest Fire Burn Areas of Western Montana and North Central Idaho
Kevin Hyde - Estimating Post-fire Rainfall Triggers with NEXRAD
Kevin Fuell - Use of Unique NASA Data and Capabilities for Monitoring_Surface Moisture and Burn Areas
Greg Forrester - Glasgow Flash Flood of June 16, 2007
Megan Syner - Heavy Snowfall Pattern Recognition for Bozeman, Montana
Tom Humphrey - NWS Decision Support Services

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