2021 Sessions 5-8

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Session 5. Colorado River and Grand Canyon Governance

Max Evans (G)- Springs and Water Resources of the Grand Canyon Ecoregion
Sarah Burnham (UG) – The Navajo Generating Station
Kaleigh Nuyttens (G) – Water policies on the federal and state level and their implication for protection of springs ecosystems below the South Rim of the Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona
Vicente Diaz (G)- Grand Canyon National Parks and Hualapai Tribe River Boundary Discrepancy
Faith VanHorsen (UG) – Grand Canyon Dam Proposals: Salt Trail Canyon, Little Colorado River, and Big Canyon Pumped Storage Projects

Session 6. Restoration and Resilience

Kaitlin Murphy (UG) – Restoring Riparian Health within the Central Rio Grande River Valley
Stephannie Fernandes (G)- Lessons from U.S: Possible Approaches for Watershed Restoration in Doce River (Brazil)
Javis Davis (G)- An Analysis of Natural and Water Resource Policies within the Four Forest Restoration Initiative Project Areas
Sam Woodside (G) – Restoring Fossil Creek

Session 7. Watershed Conservation Policy Options and Innovations

Sara Burch (G)- Arizona’s Riparian Areas: Policies and Practices with Implications for Resilience
Sydney Widauf (UG) – Milestone Anniversaries of The Wild and Scenic Rivers Act
Tyler Roberts (UG) – Rights of Rivers – An Evolving Narrative to Restore Klamath and Snake River
Rikayla Scholl (UG) – Rights of Nature- Boulder Creek, CO

Session 8. Posters

Ronni Chavez (UG) – The Hydrologic Response of Hoxworth Springs, Coconino County, Arizona
Dana Clashin (G) – Real world use of nanofiltration devices on the Navajo nation
Darren Bingham (G) – Local Food Sourcing & its Effects on Food System Diversity
Henry Moore (UG) – Analysis of the Implementation of a Power-Recovery Well in the City of Flagstaff, Arizona
Joshua Rihs (UG) – Effects of drought on aquatic macroinvertebrate communities in Northern Arizona