AWRA Colorado Section Presents
Tuesday July 25th, 2017
Applying web-based tools to enhance data management, analysis, and communication for water information management
An effective information management system (IMS) can play a significant role in daily water management. From efficient manual and automated data collection to dynamic reporting and analysis capabilities, a well-designed IMS aids water managers in tracking water resources while providing stakeholders with robust water planning data. This talk will illustrate potential IMS benefits through a series of interactive case study demonstrations that highlight the importance of creating a flexible system to address ever growing water data management needs.
Carolyn Nobel, PhD, PE, PMP – Environmental and Technology Group Manager at Leonard Rice Engineers, Inc.
Dr. Carolyn Nobel has over 17 years of experience in a broad range of environmental engineering innovatively synthesizing science and stakeholder requirements to create and apply data-driven solutions. She focuses on quantifying and optimizing multifaceted environmental decisions and effectively translating complex technical concepts to wide-ranging audiences. As Environmental and Technology Group Manager at LRE, Carolyn facilitates designing and implementing decision making tools that help clients solve their water resource challenges.
|Brown Bag Lunch and Networking at 12:00,
Program at 12:15
Location: Leonard Rice Engineers
There is limited LRE visitor parking along with meters and pay lots nearby.
We will not be ordering lunch for this event. Please feel free to “brown-bag” it.
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