Outstanding Oral and Poster Presentation

Outstanding Oral and Poster Presentation (4th Place), Soil Physics and Hydrology Division, SSSA Annual Meeting 2017, Tampa, Florida

Optimizing connected aquatic habitat and water scarcity to prioritize barrier removal in Utah’s Weber Basin

Peer Reviewed: 
No
What level of funding support did EPSCoR provide for this publication?: 
Partial
Date Submitted: 
Sun, 2017/12/10
Date of Publication: 
2017/12
NSF Acknowledgement: 
Acknowledged

In-stream barriers, such as dams, culverts and diversions alter hydrologic processes and aquatic habitat. Removing uneconomical and aging in-stream barriers to improve stream habitat is increasingly used in river restoration. Previous barrier removal projects focused on score-and-rank techniques, ignoring cumulative change and spatial structure of barrier networks. Likewise, most water supply models prioritize either human water uses or aquatic habitat, failing to incorporate both human and environmental water use benefits.

Natural and managed watersheds show a similar response to recent climate change

Peer Reviewed: 
Yes
What level of funding support did EPSCoR provide for this publication?: 
Partial
Date Submitted: 
Mon, 2018/01/15
NSF Acknowledgement: 
Not Acknowledged
Journal, Book, Magazine or Newspaper Name: 
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

62000 External Engagements: Taking Learning Outdoors Banner

Values are estimated: 
0
Total: 
62000
Male: 
0
Female: 
0
Undeclared: 
62000
Under-represented Minority: 
0
Total: 
22000
Students - Total: 
0
Teachers - Total: 
5000
Male: 
0
Students - Male: 
0
Teachers - Male: 
0
Teachers - Female: 
0
Female: 
0
Students - Female: 
0
Students - Undeclared: 
0
Undeclared: 
22000
Students - Total: 
0
Students - Total: 
0
Teachers - Undeclared: 
5000
Students - Male: 
0
Students - Under-represented Minority: 
0
Teachers - Under-represented Minority: 
0
Students - Male: 
0
Under-represented Minority: 
0
Students - Female: 
0
Students Reached Directly - Total: 
35000
Faculty - Total: 
0
Students - Female: 
0
Faculty - Male: 
0
Students - Undeclared: 
0
Students - Undeclared: 
0
Students Reached Directly - Male: 
0
Students - Under-represented Minority: 
0
Students - Under-represented Minority: 
0
Faculty - Female: 
0
Students Reached Directly - Female: 
0
Faculty - Total: 
0
Students Reached Directly - Undeclared: 
35000
Faculty - Undeclared: 
0
Faculty - Total: 
0
Faculty - Under-represented Minority: 
0
Faculty - Male: 
0
Students Reached Directly - Under-represented Minority: 
0
Faculty - Male: 
0
Students Reached via Teach. Training - Total: 
0
Faculty - Female: 
0
Faculty - Female: 
0
Faculty - Undeclared: 
0
Faculty - Undeclared: 
0
Students Reached via Teach. Training - Male: 
0
Faculty - Under-represented Minority: 
0
Students Reached via Teach. Training - Female: 
0
Faculty - Under-represented Minority: 
0
Students Reached via Teach. Training - Undeclared: 
0
Students Reached via Teach. Training - Under-represented Minority: 
0

Taking Learning Outdoors Banner

Event Type: 
Other
Event Type (OLD DATA): 
External Engagement
Will this event be attended by non-EPSCoR participants: 
Yes

During the 2017-2018 school year the Natural History Museum of Utah implemented two projects to reengage past participants in the Taking Learning Outdoors program, and to increase visibility and awareness of the program in communities across the state of Utah. The first project was to develop and deliver Taking Learning Outdoors vinyl banners, to display on school grounds. School signs, such as the vinyl banners, are an essential means of communication between the school and its community, parents, teachers, and students.

External Engagements

Female Male Undeclared Total
62000 External Engagements: Taking Learning Outdoors Banner 0 0 62 000 62 000

iUTAH Communcations presentation at FRANK 2018 conference

Date: 
Wed, 2018/02/07
What is the name of the event (if any) where you presented?: 
Frank 2018, Gainesville FL http://frank.jou.ufl.edu/gather/2018-2/

Building a consensus by asking - The 7 steps to asking, including listening differently and being grateful, demonstration lessons learned while working as a communications specialist through iUTAH, a water-science research, training, education, and outreach project in Utah

Optimizing Connected Aquatic Habitat and Water Scarcity to Prioritize Barrier Removal

Peer Reviewed: 
Yes
What level of funding support did EPSCoR provide for this publication?: 
Partial
Date Submitted: 
Mon, 2018/01/29
NSF Acknowledgement: 
Not Acknowledged
Journal, Book, Magazine or Newspaper Name: 
Journal of American Water Resources Association

Stormwater management and ecosystem services: a review

Peer Reviewed: 
Yes
What level of funding support did EPSCoR provide for this publication?: 
Partial
Date Submitted: 
Wed, 2017/08/30
NSF Acknowledgement: 
Not Acknowledged
Journal, Book, Magazine or Newspaper Name: 
Environmental Research Letters

Frehner Museum Heritage Resources Partnership

Who is the funding agency?: 
BLM
Please categorize the nature of the Source of Support: 
Other Gov
Non-EPSCoR PI/Co-PI: 
Matthew Ogburn, Grant Shimer, Barbara Walling Frank, Samantha Kirkley
Status: 
Awarded
Date Submitted: 
Fri, 2017/06/23
Award Amount: 
$23,000.00
Award Dates: 
Mon, 08/07/2017 to Mon, 08/01/2022
Location: 
Utah

A. MISSION:

Scientific Community Manager Skills Glossary

Type: 
4
Date: 
Sun, 10/01/2017
EPSCoR Support: 
Partial
NSF Acknowledgement: 
Not Acknowledged
Description: 
Glossary of scientific community manager skills with complete definitions, grouped into five core competencies (interpersonal, program management, program development, communication, technical), and graphically represented in form of a skills wheel. Several applications in the form of worksheets for use in workshops and seminars.

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