Call for Abstracts — 2017
With the potential impacts of climate change being asked whenever extreme events occur, it seems appropriate to place this water year into perspective from various points-of-view. Some questions which come to mind are:
- How do the precipitation totals compare to historic values as far back as 1850 and to NOAA Atlas 14 precipitation frequency estimates?
- What were reservoir operational challenges? How did forecast-coordinated reservoir operations work? How did forecast-informed reservoirs operations work?
- How did forecast models perform compared to what actually happened?
- What was the meteorology of the atmospheric rivers (ARs) compared to previous flood years?
- What was the nature of the AR producing the precipitation? How did the ARs develop compared to the three storm-types identified by Robert Weaver in HMR-37? Did we see anything new?
- What were differences between major watersheds by AR event?
- How did antecedent conditions impact nature of runoff and flood events?
- What were the runoff impacts from rain-on-snow events compared to past flood events?
How to Submit an Abstract
- There is room for ten speakers. CEPSYM does not have concurrent sessions.
- Complete the following form and click the "Send" button to send us your abstract.
- Deadline for submitting an abstract is April 11, 2017.
- Selected speakers will be notified no later than May 1, 2017.
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