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CLRMA Fall Meeting & Elections - Shared screen with speaker view
Alan Polonsky
02:07
hello Trea
Sarah Erickson
18:22
CPW stocks about 90 million fish annually :)
Trea Nance
18:36
Thanks Sarah :)
Caleb Owen
34:09
what is sav?
Lisa Walters
34:12
What was acreage again?
Alan Polonsky
34:48
were there any changes in groundwater use in the watershed?
Christina Sanchez
34:50
great presentation, thank you! so sad though
Andrew Cross
34:56
That was a really scary story! Thanks!
Lisa Walters
35:08
Was there any sign of internal phosphorus cycling?
Jessica Lewand
35:28
Thank you, that was a great presentation! :)
Kate Dunlap
36:37
In 2001 it sounded like there was a diverse fishery. Is there a fishery anymore?
Alan Polonsky
37:35
was climate unique prior to 2001? maybe lots of rain/snow?
Suresh Niraula
38:20
how did new invasive vegetation got introduced? recreational use?
Alan Polonsky
40:03
maybe that is not an artesian connection, but really is a portal to somewhere different
Shelley Stanley
59:36
Does DW have estimate for forgone expenses resulting from Forest to Faucet program? Can the Shared Stewardship model be used for pre-wildfire work as well as post wildfire work? How is the Forest to Faucet program set up, 501c3, IGA, MOU?
J. Toby Minear
01:02:10
Thanks for the presentation, Christina. Are most of the post-wildfire expenses due to dredging? That seemed to be the case for Strontia Springs - just wondering if that is the case for other reservoirs and watersheds.
Shelley Stanley
01:02:59
Thank you
Alison Witheridge
01:03:33
CFRI Publications Link: https://cfri.colostate.edu/publications/. Lots of great info there. The Denver Water specific publication is about 10 down. Kelly Jones was the PI.
Chris Mikolajczyk
01:04:03
With a son at CSU, Im curious what their role is in the Forests to Faucets program? BTW, that's a great name!
J. Toby Minear
01:10:45
More of a comment than a question: That issue of sustaining dam sites that we already have is a key point and it is not well recognized at the state or federal level (we wish it were). We published a recent study along those lines for sustaining US reservoirs into the future. Trying to avoid sediment in reservoirs is a key component to sustaining their useful life, and wildfires are a large component of sediment supply. In case anyone is interested (it would be interesting to pull out the CO reservoirs to see how CO might do in the future): https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0022169421007344
Kelly Cline
01:16:47
How are the lakes sampled for algae and chlorophyll? Is it a depth profile composite or just a grab?
Kate Dunlap
01:24:11
Marcie - did you observe any wildlife impacts (e.g., ducks, fish) from the blooms, particularly at Sloans lake?
Christina Sanchez
01:29:40
that was awesome! Thank you, Marcie :)
Sarah Erickson
01:30:03
Very interesting presentation!
Lisa Walters
01:30:18
Is there any preliminary insights to relation of the PC to Chlorophyll?
Lisa Walters
01:33:15
Is Sloans lake a drinking water source?
Alan Polonsky
01:38:47
very cool tool Marcie
Lisa Walters
01:39:07
Thank you. Very helpful.
Sarah Erickson
01:48:26
Congrats everyone!
Caleb Owen
01:53:11
I cant unmute
Paul Tedesco
01:57:10
Thanks for a great conference CLRMA!
Christina Sanchez
01:57:43
thank you!!