Deadline: February 28, 2023

Abstract Submission (2023)

  • Please indicate the most relevant theme or select "other/undecided" if you are unable to identify a specific session.
  • Please paste the abstract text here (no title/author information). Abstracts are limited to ~350 words and must be submitted using the required template (see "templates" tab).
  • Please list keywords to make your presentation searchable.
  • All presenters are required to submit a properly formatted abstract (PDF) for publication in the conference proceedings. Please use the templates provided on the next tab.
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Abstract Template

All presentations are to be accompanied by an abstract for publication in the conference proceedings. The format should follow the template and instructions here:


Article Template

The Colorado Water Center will publish a special Hydrology Days issue of Colorado Water.  Select students will be invited to prepare short papers for publication. Templates will be finalized in the coming weeks – check back soon for updates!

Article Content

Maximum Word Count: 800-words

Tone and Audience: General audience (researchers, professionals, and the public)

Content Requirements:

  • Convey research objectives
  • Avoid technical, scientific jargon
  • Ensure all processes are explained and full names for acronyms are provided
  • Acknowledge any financial support you received that is applicable to the article
  • Explain results, their relevance to current issues, and their impact on issues affecting Colorado water managers and users

This event is organized by the One Water Solutions Institute at Colorado State University.  For questions or comments regarding Hydrology Days please contact: hydrologydays@engr.colostate.edu