USGS scientists from the Rocky Mountain and Southwest Regions and beyond will participate in a USGS Open House held in Albuquerque at the Southwest Indian Polytechnic Institute (SIPI) on Tuesday September 26, as part of a series of Tribal engagement events on drought.
A team of USGS scientists will be participating in a new USGS Tribal Engagement Series on drought in the Colorado River Basin
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This event invites Indigenous students, Tribal Governments, and USGS scientists to meet and discuss drought issues and will include tables and interactive engagement with USGS scientists, an introduction to USGS drought science expertise and examples of projects in collaboration with Tribal Nations, and a panel discussion.
Listening sessions with USGS scientists and Tribal Governments designed towards identifying areas for technical assistance, training, and co-production of science will follow this fall and winter.
USGS scientists that are planning to participate include: Jessica Driscoll, Adrian Monroe (FORT), Ernie Valdez (FORT), Allison Shipp, Mike Johnson, Shaleene Chavarria, Jenna Shelton, Rachel Loehman, Anani Shomour, Andy Creighton, Andre Ritchie, Rae Ann, and Liz Williams.
Check out some photos from the event:
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