Tague Team Lab members Naomi Tague, Chris Heckman, and Janet Choate attended the 2016 SSCZO (Southern Sierra Critical Zone Observatory) team meeting this week at UC Merced. Ongoing work from our lab was represented:

Naomi Tague: presentation on Eco-Hydrology and the CZO

Chris Heckman: poster ‘Does transpiration increase with warming? The effect of soil water storage on plant water use in a snow dominated climate’

Janet Choate: poster ‘Seeing the water in the trees: Challenges in estimating the impact of fuel treatments and fire on hydrology’

Ryan Bart: (unable to attend meeting but poster was presented) ‘An integrated model for identifying linkages between the management of fuel treatments, fire and ecosystem services’