Follow-Up Material

PowerPoint slides and video presentations from the event:

Donald Worster (Joyce and Elizabeth Hall Professor of U.S. History, University of Kansas)
Keynote: Water and Empire in the American West: Past, Present, and Future. [Video Presentation]

 

 

John Faundeen (Archivist, U.S. Geological Survey, Earth Resources Observation and Science [EROS] Center)
USGS National Water Information System

 

Linda Vida (Director/Head Librarian, Water Resources Center Archives, University of California, Berkeley)
California Water Data: current landscape and future
CA Water DRoP Survey findings (draft in progress)
DRoP Appendix I - User Needs Survey
DRoP Appendix II - Data Provider Survey

 

Patricia J. Rettig (Head Archivist, Water Resources Archive, Colorado State University Libraries)
Documenting Colorado water within and beyond its borders

 

Dawn Bastian Paschal (Assistant Dean for Digital Library & ePublishing Services, Colorado State University) & Gregory C. Thompson (Associate Director for Special Collections, J. W. Marriott Library, University of Utah)
The Western Waters Digital Library: Building a Resource through Multi-State Collaboration & Technology

 

Ken Rainwater (Professor of Civil Engineering and Director, Water Resource Center, Texas Tech University)
Federated water research and the Texas Water Digital Library

 

Ilya Zaslavsky (Ph.D., Director, Spatial Information Systems Laboratory, San Diego Supercomputer Center)
CUAHSI Hydrologic Information System: integrating government and academic sources of water data for research and education

 

Greg Hobbs (Justice, Colorado Supreme Court)
Use of water data in U.S. & International Water Law

 

Robert Annear (Vice President, DHI Solutions)
Water Data Needs and Applications in the Private Sector

 

Mike Cohen (Senior Research Associate, Pacific Institute)
Mining for Data: The Search for Information on Groundwater Conditions and Use in the Colorado River Border Region