USAO tyro to benefaction investigate on H2O apparatus government to legislators
November 29, 2017 - Essential Water
The University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma’s Jaclyn D. McCasland was recently comparison to paint a university during a 2018 Research Day during a Capitol, that will be hold Mar. 27.
McCasland, a chemistry vital from Anadarko, presented an strange investigate paper entitled “Evaluation of Surface Water Resource Management Tools (Water Budgets) for Sustainable Stewardship of a USAO Habitat Lower Pond.”
McCasland’s investigate examines how a government of aspect H2O resources is of flourishing regard to executive Oklahoma as droughts make runoff-dominated systems increasingly dangerous as constant H2O sources. She dynamic how a empirically-derived monthly bulk storage of a reduce pool during a USAO Habitat Area compares to a fanciful models used to estimate real-time conditions for 2017. McCasland concludes that a tradition indication defining a relations between H2O peculiarity and apportion for locally managed H2O resources is essential for H2O apparatus policy.
“Research Day during a Capitol is a many prestigious undergraduate investigate showcase in a state, celebrating a best tyro researchers during Oklahoma colleges and universities” pronounced Dr. Shelley Rees, associate highbrow of English and executive of undergraduate research. “We are all really unapproachable that Jackie McCasland was named USAO’s deputy for a 2018 event. Her work in H2O apparatus government exemplifies a quantifiable impact investigate sought by a Research Day committee.”
Established over 20 years ago, Research Day during a Capitol is an annual eventuality that informs a legislature and a open about a high-quality investigate being conducted during Oklahoma colleges and universities in a areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Outstanding undergraduate students are comparison by their institutions to attend in a module and are competitively judged by an eccentric panel.
For some-more information on undergraduate research, hit Rees during 405-574-1244 or email@example.com.