Wyoming Water Forum 2017-18 Survey
Thanks for participating in the Water Forum 2017-18 season!

To help keep topics relevant and interesting, please fill out this quick survey. As always, recommendations for speakers and/or topics are welcome!

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Overall, how satisfied are you with Water Forum? *
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How many meetings did you attend? *
How satisfied were you with the following topics?
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Dissatisfied
Did not attend
Chris Ellison, U.S. Geological Survey. "Applying Hydroacoustics for Measuring Suspended Sediment in the Shoshone River"
Sara Larsen, Western States Water Council. "WSWC's Water Data Exchange (WaDE)"
Sam Cox, BLM. "Modeling Riparian Areas with Remote Sensing"
Scott Miller, BLM & Utah State University. "BLM's Assessment, Inventory and Monitoring Strategy: Opportunities to Collaboratively Assess the Chemical, Physical and Biological Condition of Wyoming Streams and Rivers"
Kim Johnson, WY Office of Homeland Security. "National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and Flood Risk Management"
Dr. Brad Carr, WyCEHG. "Groundwater Investigations on the Brule Formation"
Nick Scribner, WY Game & Fish. "Updates on Governor's Water Strategy Fish Passage Initiative"
Paige Wolken, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. "Wetland and Stream Compensatory Mitigation"
"2018 Water Supply Outlook Updates" from the Bureau of Reclamation
Ramesh Sivanpillai, WyGISC. "Mapping Waterbodies in the Era of No-Cost Landsat Data"
If you were dissatisfied with any of this season's topics, please feel free to explain why.
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Which topics would you like to see included for next season? *
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Groundwater
Surface water
Snow
River restoration
Water policy and/or law
Modeling
Forecasting
Research updates
Technical reports
Aquatic biology
Watershed ecology
Technology (remote sensing, etc.)
Other (see next question)
Do you have suggestions for additional topics/speakers?
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Historically, Water Forum has been held every 2nd Tuesday of the month from September through May. Are there any seasonal/time of day considerations we should make when scheduling future meetings?
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What days of the week work best for your schedule to attend meetings? *
Any additional comments regarding the sessions or overall agenda?
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