Many operators of existing hydropower facilities in the state of Alaska manage their water resources with little or no information about water stored in the snowpack or streamflows feeding the reservoirs.
The general goal of this project is to mobilize an integrated assessment framework based on a cumulative effects approach developed originally by the Council of Environmental Quality (EPA 1996) that…
Using a database of storm and other extreme events, the Hollings Scholar compiled a catalog of impacts and determined links between extreme events and impacts.
ACCAP (Walsh) served on the review team that reviewed for the 2015 Center for Global Change (CGC) student grant competition at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. CGC annually funds students through a variety of sources and funding agencies (federal and state) as well as University of Alaska general funds.
In the spring of 2015 ACCAP solicited proposals as part of a minigrant competition.
An interdisciplinary approach to water and wastewater resilience to extreme flooding and precipitation events in rural, coastal communities.