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Herbert Scholarship Award Recipients
for 2017-2018 Announced

AMY SHAW
Vanderbilt University
Nashville, Tennessee

AWRA congratulates Amy Shaw,
2017-2018 recipient of the AWRA
Richard A. Herbert Memorial Scholarship -
Graduate (PhD) Student Award ($2,000)
Amy is entering her final year of the Environmental
Engineering PhD program at Vanderbilt University with
a focus in water resources. Before starting her PhD work
she earned an M.S. in Environmental Engineering and
a B.E. in Civil Engineering from Vanderbilt, graduating
magna cum laude. Her dissertation work focuses on
reducing negative water quality impacts while optimizing
hydropower dam operations through integration of highfidelity simulation models within decision support tools
for hydropower facilities operators. Amy presented this
work at both the 2014 AWRA Annual Conference and
HydroVision International, where her conference paper
received an award.
Amy has served as a board member and co-instructor
for the Environmental Engineering module for two youth
"Engineering Day" events, and has also taught middle
school girls about hydrology as part of the Art2STEM
after-school program. She has guest lectured at the
Vanderbilt freshman seminar course, sharing her expertise
in renewable energy and the important role water plays
in the energy production sector. Additionally, she was a
founding member of her department's Graduate Student
Council, where she served as secretary and later president,
supporting the career development of peer students. Amy
recently spent three months as a Christine Mirzayan Science
and Technology Policy Graduate Fellow at the National
Academy of Engineering (NAE), where she worked on a
number of projects related to NAE's Grand Challenges for
Engineering initiative. She also assisted with a consensus

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study that aims to determine the greatest challenges and
opportunities in environmental engineering and science for
the 21st century.
After graduate school Amy plans to work initially as
a water resources engineer and to earn her professional
engineer license. Once she has gained experience as a
professional engineer, she aspires to a career in the policy
arena, providing the technical basis for policy decisions.
In her own words, "Through my undergraduate and
graduate work, I have turned my passion for engineering
into expertise, which I plan to apply to engineering and
policy problems that can improve peoples' lives. Both my
undergraduate and graduate educations at Vanderbilt would
not have been possible without generous support from
external scholarship and fellowship programs such as this."

JOHANNA EIDMANN
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, Colorado

AWRA congratulates Johanna Eidmann,
2017-2018 recipient of the AWRA
Richard A. Herbert Memorial Scholarship -
Graduate (M.S.) Student Award ($2,000)
Johanna is currently pursuing her M.A. in Geosciences
(Fluvial Geomorphology) at Colorado State University
(CSU). She selected CSU for her graduate work because
of its emphasis on conducting academic research with a
practical application. Her thesis research, in collaboration
with the city of Longmont, is to understand the past,
current and future sediment impacts of a September
2013 storm on the Ralph Price drinking water reservoir.
It is focused on understanding the mechanics and
hydrodynamics of sediment transport into a drinking
water reservoir after an extreme sedimentation event. This
research is particularly critical, as this single flood not
only devastated the community, but also added a volume



Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017

President’s Message
Growing Up…with Managed Aquifer Recharge
Aquifer Storage and Recovery as Means to
The Regulatory Environment of Managed
The ASCE-EWRI Standard Guidelines
Managed Aquifer Recharge:
Managed Aquifer Recharge: A Global Perspective
What’s Up with Water? Sisyphus, Heraclitus and WOTUS
The New Economics of Water: Reducing CO2 Emissions in the Bay Delta Could Reverse Erosion
Domestic Well Aquifer Storage and Recovery Using Seasonal Springs
Philosophy and Ethics: The Rio Grande and the Ganges Rivers: How Human ‘Success’ is Choking the Life out of Two Great River-Spirits
ASR: Aquifer Storage Rescues a Small Water Supply District
Putting Aquifers to Work: MAR Applications in Nutrient Removal
Summer Conference Recap
Harvesting Glacial Meltwater with Managed Aquifer Recharge
AWRA State Section and Student Chapter News
In Memoriam: Peter E. Black
Herbert Scholarship Award Recipients for 2017-2018 Announced
August JAWRA Highlights
2017-2018 Editorial Calendar
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - intro
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - cover1
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - cover2
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 3
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 4
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - President’s Message
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - Growing Up…with Managed Aquifer Recharge
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 7
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - Aquifer Storage and Recovery as Means to
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 9
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 10
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - The Regulatory Environment of Managed
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 12
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 13
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - The ASCE-EWRI Standard Guidelines
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Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 16
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - Managed Aquifer Recharge:
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Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 19
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - Managed Aquifer Recharge: A Global Perspective
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Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 29
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - What’s Up with Water? Sisyphus, Heraclitus and WOTUS
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 31
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - The New Economics of Water: Reducing CO2 Emissions in the Bay Delta Could Reverse Erosion
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - Philosophy and Ethics: The Rio Grande and the Ganges Rivers: How Human ‘Success’ is Choking the Life out of Two Great River-Spirits
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - ASR: Aquifer Storage Rescues a Small Water Supply District
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 35
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - Summer Conference Recap
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 37
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - AWRA State Section and Student Chapter News
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - In Memoriam: Peter E. Black
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - Herbert Scholarship Award Recipients for 2017-2018 Announced
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 41
Water Resources - IMPACT - September 2017 - 2017-2018 Editorial Calendar
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