U.S. Geological Survey
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Second in the 2014 series
Streamgages ≈ Follow the Flow — May 2, 2014
Water is key to life. Floods, droughts, pollution—all threaten our health, happiness and prosperity. Streamgages provide critical information that the public, emergency responders, and resource managers need to protect, manage, and sustain our Nation's surface waters. Come hear how the U.S. Geological Survey and its partners are helping.
Date: Friday, May 2, 2014
Time: 11:00 a.m.
1334 Longworth House Office Building
NOAA National Weather Service & National River Forecast Services Leader
National Weather Service Advance Hydrolic Prediction Service
Executive Director, Western States Water Council
Western States Water Council
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Kevin StewartKevin Stewart is a registered professional engineer who manages the Information Services and Flood Warning Program of the Urban Drainage and Flood Control District in Denver, Colorado. This regional flood control district serves 2.7 million people that live and work in the Denver/Boulder metropolitan area.
Janet ThigpenJanet Thigpen is the Flood Mitigation Specialist for the three-county Southern Tier Central Regional Planning and Development Board in New York. She has implemented a regional Flood Assistance Program since 1996, providing technical, planning, and grant writing assistance for diverse flood damage prevention activities, including floodplain management, stormwater management, watershed and land use planning, hazard mitigation planning, property protection, structural flood control, stream management, flood warning, flood hazard mapping, and flood recovery.
Ernie WellsErnie Wells is the NOAA National Weather Service National River Forecast Services Leader. As the national River Forecast Services Leader for NOAA’s National Weather Service, Mr. Wells is responsible for development and coordination of service concepts, operational policies, and procedures for the hydrologic services provided by 13 river forecast centers in the National Weather Service.
Tony WillardsonTony Willardson is the Executive Director of the Western States Water Council. Organized in 1965, the council brings about effective cooperation among Western states in the conservation, development and management of water resources.
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