Dr. Naomi Tague was quoted in an article appearing in the Santa Barbara Independent. The article “Plants and Animals Are Dying for a Drink” appearing in today’s paper discusses drought impacts on local plants, animals, and even economics. Author Tyler Hayden even quotes Tague in the final words of the article – ‘As Tague putContinue reading “Tague quoted in local paper”
Naomi Tague was interviewed by KCLU’s Lance Orozco about drought and tree mortality in California. The interview comes just after the recent publication in New Phytologist, which Dr. Tague is a co-author – “Tree mortality from drought, insects, and their interactions in a changing climate”. The interview was broadcast on National Public Radio on Friday,Continue reading “Dr. Tague interviewed on NPR”
Dr. Naomi Tague was invited to present “Watering Urban Vegetated Patches: Computing Ecologically Useful Runoff Subsidy” at the 2015 AGU Joint Assembly annual meeting (Society partners: American Geophysical Union, Canadian Geophysical Union, Geological Association of Canada, and the Mineralogical Association of Canada) that took place in Montreal Canada May 3-7, 2015.
Naomi was interviewed on People behind the Science – where the lives and experiences of the people behind the research and scientific discoveries of today are explored. These podcasts provide access to engaging science stories, amazing insights, seasoned science career advice, and fascinating science research. Listen to the podcast Scientific Simulations in Stream and EcosystemContinue reading “Naomi interviewed on People behind the science”
UC Irvine professor and NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Senior Water Scientist Jay Famiglietti appeared on HBO’s Real time with Bill Maher, speaking with the host about the severe drought affecting the state of California.
RHESSys was used in a paper just published in Agricultural and Forest Meteorology – “Evapotranspiration deficit controls net primary production and growth of silver fir: Implications for Circum-Mediterranean forests under forecasted warmer and drier conditions”. Dr. Tague worked with scientists at the Instituto Pirenaico de Ecologia (Pyrenian Institute of Ecology in Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain), usingContinue reading “New Publication!”
New publication from previous PhD student Catherine Shields and Dr. Christina Tague (Naomi) in Water Resources Research, published Jan. 20, 2015. “Ecohydrology in semiarid urban ecosystems: Modeling the relationship between connected impervious area and ecosystem productivity.” Access the paper
211: Dr. Anne Jefferson: Studying Stormwater Systems and Urban Streams
Presentations and posters at the Fall AGU 2014 meeting that used RHESSys in their research: H54D-06RHESSys-WMFire: coupling wildfire to hydrology and vegetation to project the effects of climate change on mountain watersheds. B53E-0226Studying dissolved organic carbon export from the Penobscot Watershed in to Gulf of Maine using Regional Hydro-Ecological Simulation System (RHESSys) H53J-03Upscaling a catchment-scaleContinue reading “RHESSys representation at AGU 2014”
RHESSys lab manager Janet Choate conducted a two day RHESSys training workshop Nov. 12/13. In attendance were UCSB Bren PhD students Ian McCullough and Brian Kastl, UC Berkeley Civil and Environmental Engineering PhD student Gabrielle Boisrame, U of CO. Boulder Geography PhD student Theo Barnhart, and U of NV. Reno Geological Sciences and Engineering mastersContinue reading “RHESSys Training Workshop”