At the Dec. 9-13, 2019 AGU conference – Tague Team Lab members along with extended lab friends/collaborators/colleagues, as well as the RHESSys user community were well represented through numerous presentations and posters (listed below).
Naomi Tague – Ecohydrology and Eco-Informatics Linking theory and data to advance learning and discovery (Invited talk, Centennial – SWIRL, Lightning Talks II: Future Water)
Naomi Tague – Forest density reduction impacts on productivity, water use and drought resilience
William Burke – Multiscale Routing – Integrating the Tree-scale Effects of Disturbance into a Watershed Ecohydrologic Model
Janet Choate – Future Mountain: An interactive visualization of people, fire, water and climate in forested landscapes
Louis Graup – Spatial and temporal patterns of summer vegetative water stress resulting from snow drought
Rachel Torres – Estimating urban tree recovery after drought using an eco-hydrologic model parameterized by remote sensing data
Christopher Heckman – The role of sub-surface storage capacities in drought morality patterns along a hillslope in the Sierra Nevada, California
Ryan R Bart – Fuel treatment effects on forest mortality resistance and water yield during drought
Erin J Hanan – Don’t get too comfy: The postburn return of severe fire risk under climate change
Aubrey L Dugger – Assessing the Value of Integrating Remote-Sensing-Based Snow Products into the NOAA National Water Model for Seasonal Water Supply Prediction in the Western U.S.
Ryan Niemeyer – Restoration, Streamflow, and Stakeholder Engagement: Integrating Forest Owner & Manager Input with Hydro-Ecological Simulations
Clare Stephens – Model robustness to climate change: an experiment with the ecohydrologic model RHESSys
Jianning Ren – What Are the Relative Roles of Future Climate Change and Fire Suppression in Changing Wildfire Regime in Central Idaho?
Gabrielle F.S. Boisrame – Restoring a Natural Fire Regime Alters Streamflow, Snowpack, and Storage in a Sierra Nevada Catchment
Rebecca Gustine – Is forest management a safeguard against a climate change-altered wildfire regime in the City of Seattle’s largest source watershed?
Laurence Lin – Evaluating instream restoration effectiveness in reducing nitrogen export from an urban catchment with a coupled data-modeling approach
Taehee Hwang – Nonstationary Hydrologic Behavior in Forested Watersheds Is Mediated by Climate-Induced Changes in Growing Season Length and Subsequent Vegetation Growth
Mohammad Safeeq – Assessment of hydrologic impacts of climate change in the Sierra Nevada: comparisons between radiative change and CO2 fertilization
Ty Brandt – Assessing WRF’s Seasonal Quantitative Precipitation Estimates (QPE) in California’s Sierra Nevada Using the Airborne Snow Observatory
Charles Scaife – Evolution of Stormflow Thresholds in Long-Term Instrumented Catchments
Elizabeth M. B. Doran – Understanding Individual Action in Addressing Harmful Algal Blooms using a Social Ecological Integrated Assessment Model at the Watershed Scale
Jared David Smith – Bayesian Calibration of an Ecohydrological Model to inform Spatial Water Quality Risk Assessment and Green Infrastructure Siting
Chen Xu – Evaluation of ENSO Impact on Hydroclimatic Variability