Tague Team Lab
Ecohydrology Research Lab based at the University of California Santa Barbara’s Bren School of Environmental Science and Management.
The research in our lab uses advanced data science techniques to understand how water, plants, geology and climate interact in a tightly coupled system – and how humans are changing this system.
- Hanan’s commentary on MegafiresDr. Erin Hanan wrote a timely commentary addresses the debate on fires in the West.
- New Publication! Snow, runoff, and counteracting influencesThis research highlights how runoff losses/gains due to changes in snow dynamics (amount, melt, timing) as a result of climate change are mediated by site specific conditions such as vegetationContinue reading “New Publication! Snow, runoff, and counteracting influences”
- New Book: Mountains in the GreenhouseLongtime TagueTeamLab collaborator Don McKenzie just published a new book – a great, accessible, science book for the public introduction to the mountains we study and enjoy so much.
- New Pub! Impacts of forest‐fuel treatments and wildfire on hydrologic fluxes in the Sierra NevadaIn this April Ecohydrology publication, “Fuels treatment and wildfire effects on runoff from Sierra Nevada mixed‐conifer forests” – RHESSys, constrained with spatially distributed field measurements, was used to assess the impacts ofContinue reading “New Pub! Impacts of forest‐fuel treatments and wildfire on hydrologic fluxes in the Sierra Nevada”