Naomi Tague and Elizabeth Garcia are attending the BioEarth Stakeholder meeting at the University of Washington in Pullman, Washington, this week. RHESSys is one of the models integrated into the BioEarth framework with the goal of creating a regional modeling framework for the Pacific Northwest to improve understanding of the interactions among carbon, nitrogen, and water at the regional scale in the context of global change, to inform decision makers’ strategies regarding natural and agricultural resource management.

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