climate change

Prof. Margaret Garcia promoted to Associate Professor with Tenure

Prof. Margaret Garcia, a faculty member in the Center for Hydrologic Innovations, has been recently promoted to Associate Professor with Tenure in the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment at Arizona State University. Her research is focused on studying the impacts of design and policy choices on the performance of water infrastructure systems…

World Water Week at CHI

The Center for Hydrologic Innovations celebrated World Water Week 2024 with two events: (1) A joint seminar with theĀ Arizona Hydrological Society, Phoenix Chapter with Prof. Jay Famiglietti on March 20, 2024, who spoke on “How Climate Change and Human Activities are Shaping Global Freshwater Availability”, and (2) The ASU Water Institute launch event on March…

EnviSoft Publication

A new publication in Environmental Modeling and Software (Whitney et al. 2023) describes a visualization tool for water managers and other stakeholders to explore climate change and forest disturbance modeling scenarios in the Colorado River. Congratulations to authors associated with the Center for Hydrologic Innovations!

Impact Earth features efforts with Central Arizona Project

ABC News 15 in Phoenix visited the Center for Hydrologic Innovations and our laboratory facilities in the Walton Center for Planetary Health for an Impact Earth piece on climate change and its effects on water resources in Arizona. See video at the link below:

Center wins Governor’s Award for Arizona’s Future

Faculty, postdocs, and graduate students from the Center for Hydrologic Innovations won the 2023 Governor’s Award for Arizona’s Future from the Arizona Forward Environmental Excellence Awards. This award was in collaboration with the Central Arizona Project and recognized the project: “Long-Range, Data-Infused Scenario Modeling to Operations of the Central Arizona Project” funded by NASA’s Applied…

JWRPM publication

A new publication in the Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management (Whitney et al. 2023) describes a stakeholder engagement and scenario modeling approach for assessing the combined effects of forest disturbance and climate change in the Colorado River. Congratulations to authors associated with the Center for Hydrologic Innovations!

AFM publication

A new publication in Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (Guan and Mascaro, 2023) explores the implications of climate change on crop production in central Arizona. Congratulations to authors associated with the Center for Hydrologic Innovations!

Introducing the Center for Hydrologic Innovations

ASU News and Engineering Full Circle featured the Center for Hydrologic Innovations at Arizona State University as a hub of water science and engineering at Arizona State University where leading-edge technologies are brought to water resources decision makers through innovative partnerships.

Journal of Hydrology publication

A new publication in the Journal of Hydrology (Whitney et al. 2023) explores the implications of climate change on the future streamflows in the Colorado River Basin. Congratulations to authors associated with the Center for Hydrologic Innovations!