Dagmar Llewellyn

Reclamation Office: Upper Colorado Region, Albuquerque Area Office
Contact Information: (505) 462-3594, dllewellyn@usbr.gov

Research Funded by the Science and Technology Program

Dagmar Llewellyn began doing research for the Science and Technology Program in the 2015 fiscal year, with funding provided by the program as recently as the 2019 fiscal year. Projects were funded under the Science and Technology Program research topics Water Supply Forecasting, System Water Losses, Managing Hydrologic Events and Water Operation Models and Decision Support Systems.

The following research projects were funded in whole or in part by the Science and Technology Program. Dagmar Llewellyn is listed as the principal investigator, or primary researcher. Click the project's title to view more information.

Using Remote Sensing and Ground Measurements to Improve Evaporation Estimation and Reservoir Management

Project ID: 19132
Fiscal Year of Funding: 2019 (with plans to continue through 2021)
Research Results: contact Dagmar Llewellyn

Deployment of a floating evaporation pan on Lake Powell, UT-AZ, and Cochiti Lake, NM, to improve evaporation rate measurement accuracy and precision

Project ID: 8119
Fiscal Years of Funding: 2018 - 2019
Research Results: contact Dagmar Llewellyn

Improving the robustness of southwestern US water supply forecasting

Project ID: 8117
Fiscal Years of Funding: 2018 - 2019
Research Results: contact Dagmar Llewellyn

Detecting, Interpreting, and Modeling Hydrologic Extremes to Support Flexible Water Management and Planning

Project ID: 1782
Fiscal Years of Funding: 2017 - 2018
Research Results: Please contact research@usbr.gov about research products related to this project.

Runoff Efficiency and Seasonal Streamflow Predictability in the U.S. Southwest

Project ID: 8730
Fiscal Years of Funding: 2015 - 2017
Research Results:

Modeling Extreme Precipitation Events and Impacts in a Changing Climate to Support Western Water Management

Project ID: 5597
Fiscal Year of Funding: 2016
Research Results: Please contact research@usbr.gov about research products related to this project.


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Last Updated: 4/4/17