Webinar - After the Flames: Fluvial Hazard Zone Mapping

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Join experts:

Chris Sturm
Colorado Water Conservation Board

Katie Jagt
Watershed Science & Design

Michael Blazewicz
Round River Design

Featuring a demonstration of the Colorado Water Conservation Board methodology and how it can be transferred to other locations.

FHZ delineations can identify areas that are vulnerable to flooding and sedimentation that occur after a wildfire, thereby directing the deployment of resources after a fire into watersheds that have the most at-risk assets downstream. In wildfire susceptible areas, the FHZ mapping process can help direct stakeholders toward conservation and rehabilitation of areas critical for the storage of sediment and debris (e.g., areas upstream of vulnerable communities and/or water storage facilities).

The $12 registration helps cover costs. This is collected through GoToWebinar and Stripe when you register. If you have issues with payment and/or government credit cards please contact Jane Mannon via email or call 719-748-0033. Limited scholarships may be available. 

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Aug 13, 2020 1:00 pm
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Webinars, Seminars and Presentations