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Erin Hanan accepts new faculty position!

Please join us in congratulating former PhD student/post doc Erin Hanan on her new faculty position as Assistant Professor of Fire Ecology in the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences at the University of Nevada, Reno.
Dr. Erin Hanan has been a valuable member of the Tague Team Lab and has made important contributions to research and RHESSys model functionality while she has been at UCSB. We wish her success in this new venture and look forward to future collaborations.

PhD student Julian Reyes successful defense – Congratulations Dr. Reyes!

ReyesWe congratulate Julian Reyes, PhD student in Civil and Environmental Engineering at Washington State University – and Tague Team Lab friend and collaborator – on successfully defending his PhD “Characterizing rangeland ecosystems and their sustainable management in a changing climate”. Dr. Reyes developed a new approach to modeling carbon allocation and his research led to additional new functionality being included in RHESSys code.

Tague and RHESSys on ScienceNode

The online publication ScienceNode, which explores the real-world impact of advanced computing and networks, talked with Naomi Tague about the use of RHESSys in looking at how fire risk changes over time and space in the article ‘Computer models aren’t playing with fire’.

Read the article