Water in Kansas Webinar Series



Webinars include local experts who deliver up-to-date information on timely topics. A live webinar will also include a Q&A session. If you are unable to attend the live webinar, the archived video and/or presentation will be posted below.

Upcoming Webinars

2/11/2021 @ 2:00 pm Central --- FEWtures Project: Economic feasibility of Ammonia Production and Water Treatment Using Locally Produced Wind Energy. 
Energy from abundant wind in the High Plains provides opportunities for farmers and small communities to expand their economic base and be more resilient.  Research is underway on two options:  treatment of poor-quality water and production of ammonia.  Local-scale ammonia production has multiple potential uses:  as a carbon-free nitrogen fertilizer, as energy storage to be converted back to electricity when needed, or for hydrogen fuel.  Numbers are being  crunched for these technologies, potential end uses, and scales to indicate their economic viability.
Presenters:  Vincent Amanor-Boadu, Mary Hill.
Additional FEWtures Project webinar contact information:  SusanStover@ku.edu

 
Please see the KWO Calendar for additional upcoming webinar participation information.

 

Past Webinars

Water Resource Topics

1-14-21   FEWtures Project: Farm to Regional Scale Ammonia Production, Water Treatment - Options using Wind Energy  
                Mary Hill and Ted Peltier, University of Kansas; Peter Pfromm, Washington State University

12-7-20   Kansas Drought Update & Forecast
                Mary Knapp, Kansas State University and Doug Kluck, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

8-26-20   Turbidity Needs and Issues Relating to Kansas River Reservoir Sediment Releases
                Recording             Slides

8-25-20   Streambank Stabilization Research
                Kari Bigham, Kansas State University and Tony Layzell, Kansas Geological Survey

6-25-20   Aquatic Nuisance Species Update
                Chris Steffen, Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism

5-8-20     KDHE Water Quality Update
                Michelle Probasco and Amanda Reed, Kansas Department of Health and Environment

4-29-20   Ogallala Aquifer Update
                Brownie Wilson, Kansas Geological Survey and Shannon Kenyon, Northwest Kansas GMD #4
                Recording              Slides

3-18-20   Reservoir Sedimentation Update
 
               Chris Shultz, Kansas Water Office and John Shelley, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-KC District

2-11-20    Harmful Algal Bloom (HABs) Update
               Ted Harris, Kansas Biological Survey

 

KWA & RAC Focused Topics

12-1-20   Legal Aspects of Large-Scale Water Transfers
                Burke Griggs, Washburn University

4-17-20   RAC Informational Budget Webinar
                Cara Hendricks and Richard Rockel, Kansas Water Office

 

Webinar Professional Development Credit

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