Tague Team Lab members Dr. Naomi Tague and PhD student Chris Heckman, as well as former lab member Kyongho Son (now a Postdoctoral Fellow with the Research Foundation of The City University of New York) are attending the CUAHSI Biennial Colloquia on Water Science at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, West Virginia this week. The theme for the 2016 meeting is “Finding Your Place in Big Data: Using Observations to Understand Hydrologic Processes for Predicting a Changing World”.
Tague presents: Seeing the water in the trees: Challenges in estimating the impact of fuel treatments and fire on hydrology
Heckman presents: How climate change could affect the spatial pattern of transpiration due to uncertainty in plant accessible soil water storage, in a Mediterranean environment
Son presents: The relationship of dissolved organic carbon to catchment characteristics in the Neversink River Basin, New York