Midwest Drought Early Warning System (DEWS) Regional Partner Meeting Presentations

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Midwest Drought Early Warning System (DEWS) Regional Partner Meeting
Presentations
19 November, 2019 to 21 November, 2019
Science Museum of Minnesota
120 West Kellogg Boulevard, St. Paul, MN
St. Paul, MN

Presenter

Affiliation Title of Presentation
Molly Woloszyn NIDIS Midwest DEWS Overview & NIDIS Update
Chip Zimmer Kentucky Division of Water Kentucky's Real-Time Lake Monitoring Network
Bob Smail Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Past Precipitation as Tool to Anticipate Hydrological Drought and Groundwater Flooding
Mike Wilson USDA NRCS Tribal Soil Climate Analysis Network Outreach and Support for Agriculture and Forestry
Ann Banitt USACE St. Paul District USACE Climate Preparedness and Resilience Activities
Stu Foster Kentucky Climate Center Advancing Drought Early Warning: Functional Elements of a Dashboard for Exploring Drought
Manuela Johnson Indiana Department of Homeland Security Getting Better USDM Input - the Indiana Model
Cody Knutson National Drought Mitigation Center New Developments in State Drought Planning
Luigi Romolo Minnesta Department of Natural Resources Drought Monitoring Activities in Minnesota and Minnesota State Drought Plan Update
Jennifer Hoggatt Missouri Department of Natural Resources Coordinated Drought Response in Missouri - Lessons Learned from the 2018 Drought
Kelly Smith National Drought Mitigation Center The Current State of Drought Impact Reporting
Aaron Wilson
Trent Ford
State Climate Office of Ohio
llinois State Water Survey
Exploring Rapid Transitions Between Hydrological Extremes in the Midwest
Virgil Schmitt Iowa State Extension Flood-Drought-Flood Challenges for Agriculture
Leslie Brandt USDA Forest Service, NIACS Droughts Floods and Forests
Lee Nelson Upper River Services LLC Navigation Perspective
Chip Zimmer Kentucky Division of Water Public Water Supplies