Webinar Center

Welcome to the AWRA Webinar Center. To register for an upcoming webinar or watch a past webinar recording, add it to your cart. When finished, click the cart link in the upper right corner of this page to complete the checkout process. 

 

AWRA members gain access to upcoming and past webinars for free when signed into your AWRA account. When signed into your account, the price for each webinar will default to $0.00; if it does not, click on "update cart" and the price should change. Non-members can purchase upcoming and past webinars for $25.00 each with a non-member account. When you join AWRA  as a professional member, you immediately save more than $100/year (rather than purchasing one webinar/month) and get access to all previously recorded webinars for free!

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Picture of the productWEBINAR RECORDING: Geophysics & Water Resources Mgmt
This webinar recording from May 20, 2020 shares what geophysics can tell you about the geology and water quality in the subsurface, how to select the right geophysical tool, and the benefits and limitations of the geophysical surveys.

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Picture of the productWEBINAR: Making Good Decisions for Water Planning
June 17, 2020 | 1:00 - 2:00 PM ET | Q&A for last 15 minutes

Title: WEBINAR: Making Good Decisions: Utilizing Decision-Making Science and Geospatial Data to Streamline Water Planning and Management

Speaker: Maria T. Gibson Integrated Groundwater Resources

PLEASE NOTE: Registration is a two-step process. After submitting your order from this page, you will see an Order Confirmation with a link asking you to "Click Here to Complete Your Registration." You must also complete that second step to receive the login/participation details for the webinar. If you do not complete that final step, GoToWebinar will not recognize you as a registrant and you will not receive your link to join the webinar. The participation details will be emailed to you from "Facilitation Team ". Contact info@awra.org with any questions.


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WEBINAR_06_2020
Picture of the productWEBINAR RECORDING: The War on the EPA
This webinar recording from April 22, 2020 presented the views from William M. and Rosemarie Alley's new book about the daunting hurdles facing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in its critical roles in drinking water, air and water pollution, climate change, and toxic chemicals.

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WEBINAR_04_2020
Picture of the productWEBINAR RECORDING: Publishing in JAWRA
This webinar recording from March 11, 2020 presented the various elements of the publication process in the Journal of the American Water Resources Association.



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WEBINAR_03_2020
Picture of the productWEBINAR RECORDING: Climate Change and Water

This webinar recording from February 12, 2020 discusses some of the emerging trends around resilient water management and policy and how 2020 may prove to be a transformative year to mainstream new concepts through infrastructure, governance, finance, and ecosystems.



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WEBINAR_02_2020
Picture of the productFREE WEBINAR RECORDING: Science Be Dammed

This webinar recording from January 22, 2020 explains how even when clear evidence was available that the Colorado River could not sustain ambitious dreaming and planning, river planners and political operatives irresponsibly made the least sustainable and most dangerous long-term decisions.



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Picture of the productWEBINAR RECORDING: What's Wrong with What we Drink?
This webinar recording from December 11, 2019 discusses how US drinking water got contaminated, what it is doing to us, and what we can do to fix America’s drinking water.

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Picture of the productWEBINAR RECORDING: Dealing with Complex Water Systems

This webinar recording from November 20, 2019 highlights some limitations to argue why we need to adopt alternative analysis approaches if we want to develop comprehensive solutions to our water problems without causing unintended consequences.



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Picture of the productWEBINAR RECORDING: Can Network Governance Deliver?

This webinar recording from October 16, 2019 is based on an in-depth qualitative comparative analysis of two collaborative governance processes created to tackle complex water problems in New Zealand and Oregon, USA.



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Picture of the productWEBINAR RECORDING: Science and Policy-making

This webinar recording from September 11, 2019 gives viewers a window into how science is used in water resources policy making at the federal level.



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