TagueTeamLab members/friends presenting at AGU: Chris Heckman, Naomi Tague – How a priori forest adaptations affect drought resilience to the 2012-2015 California drought. Poster B15E-1475, Monday Dec. 13, 2021, 2:00-4:00 Kazi Tamaddun, Louis Graup, Anne Lightbody – Modelling Watershed Sensitivity to Drought: Application of Authentic Online Learning on the HydroLearn Platform, Presentation ED12A-05, Monday Dec.Continue reading “TagueTeamLab at AGU”
In this new publication, functionally and seasonally distinctive remote sensing variables were used to quantify changes in urban vegetation canopy conditions during droughts. Miller, D.L., Alonzo, M., Meerdink, S.K., Allen, M.A., Tague, C.L., Roberts, D.A., McFadden, J.P. (2021) Seasonal and interannual drought responses of vegetation in a California urbanized area measured using complementary remote sensingContinue reading “New Pub: Remote sensing used to look at urban drought response”
Naomi Tague was recently interviewed by Gilad Barash on his ‘Who’s your Data?‘ podcast about her research predicting and forecasting forest fire frequency and severity, data used in models, machine learning, and her work in developing ways to visualize the results to help officials and the public understand the processes and impacts of fire onContinue reading “Naomi interviewed on ‘Who’s your Data?’ podcast”
Last week Naomi Tague presented “How Big Data and Machine Learning Can Complement Process-based Ecohydrology Models” at the Artificial Intelligence for Earth System Predictability (AI4ESP) workshop. The AI4ESP initiative is a collaboration between DOE management and laboratories to understand the paradigm shift required to enable AI across the MODEX enterprise, in part by determining theContinue reading “Tague presentation at AI4ESP workshop”
Recent paper “A low-to-no snow future and its impacts on water resources in the western United States” in Nature Reviews Earth & Environment was highlighted in the Science & Technology section of UCSB’s The Current, along with comments from Tague and other authors.
In this review paper “A low-to-no snow future and its impacts on water resources in the western United States” in Nature Reviews Earth & Environment, author analysis of scientific studies on snow loss use a new low- to-no snow definition that suggests that in approximately 35-60 years, low-to-no-snow winters will become persistent in the westernContinue reading “New Publication: Impacts on water resources in a low-to-no snow future”
New publication in Environmental Research used the RHESSys model to quantify the tradeoffs between carbon sequestration and water fluxes under different climate and land management scenarios in abandoned cropland areas in Mediterranean mountains. Khorchani, M., Nadal-Romero, E., Lasanta, T., Tague, C. (2021) Carbon sequestration and water yield tradeoffs following restoration of abandoned agricultural lands inContinue reading “Carbon/Water tradeoffs & management objectives”
Naomi Tague’s work in the field of wildfire and climate change was covered in the Los Angeles Magazine article “Why Everything We Know About Wildfires May Be Wrong“.
The goal of this study was to characterise spatial variation in shallow soil moisture at the plot scale by relating the mean of measurements collected in a plot to the standard deviation, as spatial variation of soil moisture over very small areas (<100 m2) can have nonlinear impacts on cycling and flux rates. Scaife, C.I., Duncan,Continue reading “New publication characterises spatial variation in shallow soil moisture”
In this new publication, RHESSys is used to explore the mechanisms that control the change in water yield following a beetle outbreak. Results indicate that the response to beetle-caused tree mortality is nonlinear – the direction of water yield change was location specific & driven by inter-annual climate variability, . Ren, J., Adam, J.C., Hicke,Continue reading “Which mechanisms control the change in water yield following a beetle outbreak?”