The 2020 meeting has been canceled due to concerns for public health and safety in regards to the current COVID-19 pandemic.
We remain committed to sharing knowledge and ideas throughout our strong and vibrant scientific community. We will make arrangements for students or scientists who remain interested in presenting their research via web-conference.
Anyone interested in presenting online (via webinar) should contact the Hydrology Days Organizing Committee by March 26, 2020 – please include your presentation title (firstname.lastname@example.org).
In addition, we will publish limited online proceedings for all abstracts and manuscripts submitted to the 2020 meeting.
Presentations are welcome on all topics in hydrology, related fields of science, engineering and linked systems. The general focus of the meeting includes the water cycle and its interactions with land surface, atmospheric, ecosystem, economic and political processes, and all aspects of water resources engineering, management and policy.
In an effort to broaden participation in this campus-wide event we are included several additional topics ranging from water law and policy to public health and environmental justice issues.
Climate & Meteorology
Conservation Strategies & Practices
Economics of Water
Geoscience & Groundwater
Global Environmental Change
Hydraulics & Geomorphology
Human/Public Health Considerations
Integrated River Basin Planning & Management
Social Equity & Environmental Justice
Urban Water Systems
Western Water Law & Policy