[ESIP-all] *TODAY* Data to Action Webinar: Supporting Better Water Management and Planning

Megan Carter megancarter at esipfed.org
Fri Jun 21 08:39:03 EDT 2019

Join us TODAY at 1 pm ET for ESIP's next 'Data to Action' Webinar:

*Supporting Better Water Management and Planning in a Changing Climate*
Water planners and managers want their decisions to be based on the best
available information. Yet, too often, there is a lack of two-way dialogue
between suppliers of scientific information (e.g., researchers) and
potential users of scientific information (e.g., water utilities) that
creates barriers and can lead to inappropriate uses. This presentation by
Dr. Julie Vano (NCAR) promotes a conversation on how we might overcome
these barriers. Dr. Vano will share details about newly released guidance
on Dos and Don’ts for using climate information for water resources
planning and management and highlight several complementary efforts, done
in partnership with decision makers, to share information and foster
engagement to improve climate resilience.

*Featured Speaker:* Dr. Julie Vano, Project Scientist, Hydrometeorological
Applications Program, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)

*When:* Friday June 21st, 2019, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET
*Join:* https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/292855413
You can also dial in by phone: +1 (646) 749-3117, Access Code: 292-855-413
*More Info & Speaker Bio:* Here
*View Past Webinars: *YouTube Playlist

*More about the 2019 ESIP Webinar Series*
The Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP <https://www.esipfed.org/>)
2019 Webinar Series, *Data to Action: Increasing the Use and Value of Earth
Science Data and Information*, explores activities within and outside of
ESIP that contribute to increasing the use and value of Earth science data and
information by addressing three main questions: How do these activities
contribute to increasing the use and value of Earth science data and
information? What are quantitative and qualitative ways that can be used to
assess and measure this use and value? And, what are the challenges and
opportunities that currently exist in further increasing the use and value
of Earth science data and information? Learn more here

Questions/Comments? Send to staff at esipfed.org.
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