Water in the West at AGU 2020

December 08, 2020 | Water in the West | News

The AGU Fall Meeting is in full swing, representing one of the largest virtual scientific conferences, running from Dec. 1 to 17, 2020. Several researchers affiliated with Water in the West are scheduled to present in the coming days. For an all encompassing view of Stanford faculty, students and scholars presenting their work along with fellow scientists and researchers from various disciplines in the earth and planetary sciences, see the Stanford Woods Institute story.

Below is a list of upcoming presentations from Water in the West affiliates:

Dec. 8
20:42 - 20:46, Oral Presentation
Spatial patterns in smallholder crop yield uncertainty identify priority intervention areas
Sarah Fletcher

Dec. 11 
04:00 - 20:59, Poster Presentation, View Poster
Join live chat with presenter from 10:00 - 13:00
Sustaining Upper Colorado River flows through optimal environmental water rights marketing 
Philip Womble, Steven Gorelick  

Dec. 14
07:00 – 08:00, Live Event
Water and Society: Big-Data Analytics to Transform Governance of Water, Energy, and Human Networks in the Anthropocene I
Newsha Ajami

Dec. 14
07:18 - 07:22 am, Oral Presentation
What is the lifetime of drought-related water savings? Measuring rebound with survival models
Jose Bolorinos, Ram Rajagopal, Newsha Ajami

Dec. 14
04:00 - 20:59, Poster Presentation, View Poster
Operationalizing multi-benefit robust spatial planning under deep uncertainties
Xiaogang He and Benjamin Bryant

Dec. 15
04:00 - 20:59, Poster Presentation, View Poster
Integrating climate change into groundwater sustainability planning: challenges and opportunities for climate informed groundwater management in California
Courtney Hammond Wagner, Tara Moran, Xiaogang He and Newsha Ajami

Dec. 15
04:00 - 20:59, Poster Presentation
Incorporating Urban Form Dynamics into Water Demand Management (invited)
Kim Quesnel, Newsha Ajami