Naomi Tague presented at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies’ scientific seminar series in Millbrook, New York last week. Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
Dr. Tague gave an invited lecture as part of Cornell University’s “Cross-scale Biogeochemistry and Climate”, IGERT (Integrated Graduate Education, Research and Training in the Cross-Scale Biogeochemical Drivers and Feedbacks to Climate Change). http://www.biogeo.cornell.edu/index.shtml Lecture title: “Vegetation water stress in a warming climate: An integrated modeling perspective”. See the presentation
Dr. Tague presented at the research workshop of the Israel Science Foundation’s conference on: Eco-hydrology of Semiarid Environments: Confronting Mathematical Models with Ecosystem Complexity, at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, in Beer-Sheva, Israel. See the poster presented by Dr. Tague at the conference Visit the conference website
Tague travels back to her Canadian roots to give: The annual Woo Water lecture at McMaster University
How redesigning the urban environment can influence water use, carbon uptake and productivity of surrounding vegetated areasClick here to see the presentation
Posters presented at the CUAHSI meeting in Boulder, CO.
Presentations at the BioEarth meeting at WSU