Drought and Outdoor Recreation Seminar Registration

12pm - 4pm

November 19, 2019

Boulder, CO

Location

University of Colorado Boulder
Sustainability Energy and Environment Community (SEEC) Building
(Room TBD)
4001 Discovery Dr.
Boulder, CO 80303

Meeting Goals

NOAA's National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS), in partnership with the University of Colorado's Master of the Environment Graduate Program, is hosting a seminar on drought risks and drought information needs of outdoor recreation businesses in the Intermountain West. 

In 2017 - 2018, the Rocky Mountains experienced one of the worst droughts in recent history, followed by the wettest 12-month period on record. This is the 'new normal' of extreme weather variability. This seminar will explore the effects of uncertain snowpack levels, streamflows, and warming temperatures on outdoor recreation businesses with a focus on snow- and water-based activities (skiing, fishing, rafting, etc.).

The seminar will include presentations and discussion of new and novel research on drought impacts to the industry, drought information needs, and recommendations for future actions to strengthen drought resiliency of this key sector of the economy.

Seminar topics will include:

  • Drought impacts on snow- and water-based outdoor recreation businesses
  • Vulnerability of the outdoor recreation industry
  • Industry-specific adaptation strategies
  • Drought and weather information needs of the industry 
  • How can NIDIS and partners provide support to this sector

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CU Parking Permit Information

CU Parking Reservations

Guests needing a parking pass will need to  click on the link above,and then choose the date of November 19th and the Drought and Outdoor Recreation Seminar meeting, and then the find parking button.  The cost of the parking permit is $9.00

Guests that are utilizing the Drought and Outdoor Recreation Seminar parking permit service need to enter the following PROMO Code DORS5867 (NOT case sensitive) to remove the $9.00 charge. 

The site is much like any online shopping site. Pick your item, add it to the cart and proceed to check out.

Guests will need to provide the vehicle license plate information to be valid. When parking be sure your license plate is viewable from the drive lane

For guests using a rental car, CU recommends that you wait to purchase your parking permit until you have the actual license plate information for your rental car.

Guest will not need to print any material to place in your car, the CU parking permits are intended to be virtual.

 

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