Salt Lake City Training

Event Type (OLD DATA): 
External Engagement
Event Type: 
Workshop
URL: 
extension.usu.edu/utahwaterwatch/
Will this event be attended by non-EPSCoR participants: 
Yes

Join us for a Utah Water Watch training and become a citizen water quality monitor! Help monitor Utah’s lakes and streams and learn about the health of your local water bodies

External Engagements

Female Male Undeclared Total
8 External Engagements: Salt Lake City Training 0 0 8 8

Vernal Dedicated Hunter Training

Event Type (OLD DATA): 
External Engagement
Event Type: 
Workshop
URL: 
extension.usu.edu/waterquality
Will this event be attended by non-EPSCoR participants: 
Yes

Join us for a Utah Water Watch training and become a citizen water quality monitor! Help monitor Utah’s lakes and streams and learn about the health of your local water bodies. Tier 1 training, partnered with the Dedicated Hunters Program.

2 External Engagements: Provo River Monitoring

Values are estimated: 
0
Total: 
2
Male: 
0
Female: 
0
Undeclared: 
2
Under-represented Minority: 
0
Total: 
2
Students - Total: 
0
Teachers - Total: 
0
Male: 
0
Students - Male: 
0
Teachers - Male: 
0
Teachers - Female: 
0
Female: 
0
Students - Female: 
0
Students - Undeclared: 
0
Undeclared: 
2
Students - Total: 
0
Students - Total: 
0
Teachers - Undeclared: 
0
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: 
0
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: 
0
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

Provo River Monitoring

Event Type (OLD DATA): 
External Engagement
Event Type: 
Workshop
URL: 
extension.usu.edu/waterquality
Will this event be attended by non-EPSCoR participants: 
Yes

Come learn about water quality and help monitor on the Provo River.

External Engagements

Female Male Undeclared Total
2 External Engagements: Provo River Monitoring 0 0 2 2

10 External Engagements: SLC Educators Training

Values are estimated: 
0
Total: 
10
Male: 
2
Female: 
8
Undeclared: 
0
Under-represented Minority: 
0
Total: 
0
Students - Total: 
0
Teachers - Total: 
10
Male: 
0
Students - Male: 
0
Teachers - Male: 
2
Teachers - Female: 
8
Female: 
0
Students - Female: 
0
Students - Undeclared: 
0
Undeclared: 
0
Students - Total: 
0
Students - Total: 
0
Teachers - Undeclared: 
0
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: 
0
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: 
0
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

SLC Educators Training

Event Type (OLD DATA): 
External Engagement
Event Type: 
Workshop
URL: 
extension.usu.edu/waterquality
Will this event be attended by non-EPSCoR participants: 
Yes

Join us for a Utah Water Watch training and become a citizen water quality monitor! Help monitor Utah’s lakes and streams and learn about the health of your local water bodies

External Engagements

Female Male Undeclared Total
10 External Engagements: SLC Educators Training 8 2 0 10

Using 87Sr/86Sr ratios to investigate changes in stream chemistry

Non-EPSCoR Presenters: 
Colin Hale
Date: 
Thu, 2017/11/23
What is the name of the event (if any) where you presented?: 
Salt Lake County Watershed Symposium

Mercury and dissolved organic matter dynamics during snowmelt in the upper Provo River, Utah, USA

Non-EPSCoR Presenters: 
Brian Packer
Date: 
Mon, 2017/12/11
What is the name of the event (if any) where you presented?: 
AGU Fall Meeting

Mercury (Hg) is deposited to mountains by atmospheric deposition and mobilized during snowmelt runoff, leading to Hg contamination in otherwise pristine watersheds. Mercury is typically transported with dissolved organic matter (DOM) from soils to streams and lakes. This study focused on Hg and DOM dynamics in the snowmelt-dominated upper Provo River watershed, northern Utah, USA. We sampled Hg, dissolved organic carbon (DOC) concentrations, and DOM fluorescence in river water, snowpack, and ephemeral streams over four years from 2014-2017 to investigate Hg transport mechanisms.

Using 87Sr/86Sr ratios to investigate changes in stream chemistry during snowmelt in the Provo River, Utah, USA

Non-EPSCoR Presenters: 
Colin Hale
Date: 
Tue, 2017/12/12
What is the name of the event (if any) where you presented?: 
AGU Fall Meeting

Water chemistry in mountain streams is variable during spring snowmelt as shallow groundwater flow paths are activated in the watershed, introducing solutes derived from soil water. Sr isotopes and other tracers can be used to differentiate waters that have interacted with soils and dust (shallow groundwater) and bedrock (deep groundwater).

Using 87Sr/86Sr ratios of carbonate minerals in dust to quantify contributions from desert playas to the urban Wasatch Front, Utah, USA

Non-EPSCoR Presenters: 
Michael Goodman
Date: 
Wed, 2017/12/13
What is the name of the event (if any) where you presented?: 
AGU Fall Meeting

Desert playas are important dust sources globally, with potential harmful health impacts for nearby urban areas. The Wasatch Front (population >2 million) in western Utah, USA, is located directly downwind of several playas that contribute to poor air quality on dust event days. Additionally, the exposed lakebed of nearby Great Salt Lake is a growing dust source as water levels drop in response to drought and river diversions.

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