Western Water Assessment's Joseph Barsugli talks on water in the west, the colorado river, and more.
Susan Buhr: Introduction
Presentations from expert scientists given during the 2012, Inspiring Climate Education Excellence (ICEE) Workshop, can be found here.
LOCC: Manhattan MS
Student-made short films show how climate change affects their lives and their community.
Polar Visions - Introduction
Learn about the causes and effects of climate change in the polar regions.
COSEE 2012 Brian Ebel "Post-Wildfire Hydrology at Fourmile Canyon, CO"
United States Geological Survey (USGS) Hydrologist Brian Ebel talks about post forest fire hydrology, flash floods, and Boulder Colorado's Four Mile Canyon Fire.
COSEE 2012 Teresa Chapman "From the Beetle to the Blowup and Beyond"
CIRES Education and Outreach presents Taresa Chapman's "From the Beetle to the Blowup and Beyond: Influence of climate and landscape on the current mountain pine beetle epidemic in Colorado"
COSEE 2012 David Noone "Tracking the Hyrdologic Cycle from Atoms to the Globe"
CIRES Fellow David Noone lectures to science educators about the water cycle from your backyard to the global perspective
COSEE 2011 Joe Barsugli "Colorado's Climate in a Glass of Water"
CIRES Education and Outreach Presents: Joseph Barsugli, Western Water Assessment, "Colorado's Climate in a Glass of Water", 2011.
COSEE 2011 Mark Squillace "Water Law in a Nutshell"
Title: Water Law in a Nutshell
Featuring: Professor Mark Squillace, Director, Natural Resources Law Center, University of Colorado Law School.