Head to the cool pines for the 2023 AHS Symposium, to be held in Flagstaff on September 13–16. Network, catch up with old friends and colleagues, and learn about the latest developments in water science, technology, and policy. The event will be hosted by the Flagstaff chapter and the AHS corporate board. Special pricing will be available for students, members, and early registrants. This event will feature presentations on water science, technology, and policy… plus field trips, networking opportunities, and more!
- Modeling (groundwater, surface water; application of GIS tools to hydrology)
- Recharge and recovery
- Watershed / basin management studies (watershed and riparian restoration; land subsidence / overdraft; groundwater management issues outside of AMAs)
- Environmental / remediation / (WQARF/CERCLA; water quality issues such as PFAS, emerging contaminants, and management strategies in the absence of standards)
- Drought planning / climate change (effects of climate change on water availability, Colorado River water issues and drought contingency planning)
- Regulatory permitting
- Mining hydrology (mine dewatering and supply, remediation, APP)
- Wells (design, rehab, drilling methods)
- Water rights and policy (water law, conflict and resolution)
- Geophysics (application of geophysical tools to hydrology)
- Wildfire hydrology
- Other (surface and groundwater supply monitoring; agricultural water efficiencies; etc.)
- Andrew Daus, PH, CFM, ENV SP, staff hydrologist/scientist, will be presenting “Total sediment yield in distributive watersheds,” Friday at 9:30 AM.