October I presented a poster and participated in IAHS's annual Drought in the Anthropocene Working Group workshop at Arizona State University October 28-30. Thanks to the organizers for hosting and putting together a great group and event!
December I am attending the AGU Fall Meeting in Washington, DC from December 10-14. Looking forward to connecting with new and old colleagues! My poster presentation is on Friday morning:
H51X-1669: Water and Society: Modeling Tools, Communication Channels, and Stakeholder Engagement to Inform Public Policy I Posters. Does having recycled water affect conservation behavior? Assessing nonresidential urban irrigation during drought. Poster Presentation with Newsha Ajami
September Stanford School of Engineering wrote a news article on our financing work, highlighting our Environmental Management and Journal- American Water Works Association manuscripts and the living map with new case studies.
Looking forward to attending the Water Pavilion at the Global Action Climate Summit in San Francisco as part of Imagine H2O's 2018 Policy Fellowship program!
Media: The Silent Player in the Drought Game. Oral Presentation, co-authors: Patricia Gonzales and Newsha Ajami
March Headed to Washington D.C. for a weeklong "D.C. Bootcamp" as part of Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment's Rising Environmental Leaders Program (RELP). Looking forward to learning more about the intersection of science + policy!
December I will be at the AGU Fall Meeting in New Orleans, LA!
H33H-1822: Combining high resolution water use data from smart meters with remote sensing and geospatial datasets to investigate outdoor water demand direness changes during drought. Poster Presentation, co-authors: Newsha Ajami and Andrew Marx
PA33B-0371: A Case Study Based Analysis of Performance Metrics for Green Infrastructure. Poster Presentation, lead author: Bea Gordon, co-authors: Newsha Ajami and Robin Abs
November I attended and gave two talks at the AWRA Annual Conference in Portland, OR:
Smart Meters: An overview, potential benefits, and overcoming challenges. Lightning Talk
Using smart meters to uncover drivers of water use for nonresidential urban irrigation. Oral Presentation, co-authors: Newsha Ajami and Andrew Marx
March Proposal for “Data for green infrastructure: defining monitoring, evaluation, and data collection technologies and recourses for calculating performance metrics to reduce risk and increase access to financing” receives an honorable mention in the ImagineH2O 2017 California Water Policy Challenge.