PhD student Louis Graup is taking part in the UCSB Grad Slam Showcase preliminary round today at 1:00 to present his research in a unique and engaging way- a slam poem titled “Riparia”. See his Grad Slam entry last year “Snow Drought“. Register here to attend.
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Prescribed burn project announcement from NRS
The UC Natural Reserve System announces a new project – “Building Foothill Community Resilience to Wildfire with Prescribed Burns” – which will contribute information to the state to help anticipate and prepare for potentially catastrophic wildfires, and improve people’s awareness, acceptance, and confidence in using prescribed burning as a tool in wildfire management to protectContinue reading “Prescribed burn project announcement from NRS”
Postdoctoral Scholar in Ecological Modeling of Fire Regimes and Vegetation GrowthBren School of Environmental Science, University of California Santa Barbara;Contact Naomi Tague (firstname.lastname@example.org) Description:We are seeking a post-doctoral scholar to join our “Building Resilience to Wildfires” Team at the University of California, Santa Barbara. This is a cross-campus project with the goal of improving landscapeContinue reading “PostDoc Opportunity”
Congratulations Dr. Will Burke!
Please join us in congratulating William D. Burke – that is Dr. Burke – on the successful defense of his PhD thesis! Well done!
William Burke PhD Dissertation Defense
Tague Team Lab member, PhD student William Burke, will present his dissertation defense “Modeling the Interconnected Effects of Fuel Treatments on Forests, Water, and Fire” on Wednesday, May 25, 2022, at 2:00 pm in Bren Hall 3526 (Pine Room), or watch online using this link and passcode fire.
Rachel Torres Receives Excellence in Teaching Award
Congratulations to our own Tague Team Lab member – PhD student Rachel Torres – on receiving the Graduate Student Association Excellence in Teaching Award, recognizing her outstanding work for teaching and mentoring students in Earth System Science and Environmental Modeling at the Bren School, and Introduction to Environmental Science for the UCSB Environmental Studies department.
Lab collaborator Khorchani PhD defense
Congratulations to lab friend and collaborator Makki Khorchani (Instituto Pirenaico de Ecología (IPE-CSIC)) on his PhD defense last Friday of his dissertation “Effects of post-land abandonment management strategies on water resources, vegetation dynamics, and soil properties and redistribution in the central Spanish Pyrenees”. He used the RHESSys model to simulate the different vegetation and climateContinue reading “Lab collaborator Khorchani PhD defense”
TagueTeamLab at AGU
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”
Naomi covered in Los Angeles Magazine
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“.
Walk into Wildfire Exhibit
“Walk into Wildfire” — an immersive multimedia exhibit – will be presented at the Buellton Recreation Center from April 24 to May 1. Ethan Turpin, SERI-Fire Team member and The Burn Cycle Project’s founder/director, is the lead artist in the development of this three-sided 8×15 foot video screen installation that provides an immersive visual andContinue reading “Walk into Wildfire Exhibit”