Scenes from last night’s “Burn Cycle: Living with Fire” event, where users were able to see animations of RHESSys model output, and ‘Walk into Fire’.
The interactive and immersive media experience “Burn Cycle” opens tonight.
Last week, the Tague Team attended the CUAHSI Master Class: Advanced Techniques in Watershed Science.
In case you were unable to make it in person, video of last month’s town hall event “Drought, Fire, and Flood: Climate Change and Our New Normal” is now online.
Town hall event at Granada Theater emceed by UCSB Bren School Faculty.
Tague Team Lab members will be taking part in the 2018 Bren PhD Student Symposium that will be held Friday, February 16,
Naomi Tague took part as a faculty panel member at the “Lets Talk About Water” event last week, organized by Tague Team Lab members Ty Brandt and Kate Voss, who also gave flash talks of their research, along with lab member Chris Heckman. This campus and community wide water event, co-funded by CUASHI, ERI, andContinue reading “Lab members talk about water issues”
Let’s Talk About Water – The Challenge of Water Management in the West. Come for an evening of short film screenings, a Bren School faculty panel (Naomi Tague, Jeff Dozier, Arturo Keller, Samantha Stevenson and Bob Wilkinson), UC Santa Barbara graduate student flash talks, and discussion with local water practitioners and environmental groups to exploreContinue reading “Let’s Talk About Water – Film and Discussion”
This week many of our lab group attended the Sierra Critical Zone Observatory Annual Meeting in at the Center Sierra Historical Society near Shaver Lake. We spent the day in science meetings and camped by Shaver Lake at night. From our group, Ryan Bart presented on the new fire effect model that he has developed asContinue reading “Critical Zone Observatory Annual Meeting”
Tague Team Lab members Naomi Tague, Chris Heckman, and Janet Choate attended the 2016 SSCZO (Southern Sierra Critical Zone Observatory) team meeting this week at UC Merced. Ongoing work from our lab was represented: Naomi Tague: presentation on Eco-Hydrology and the CZO Chris Heckman: poster ‘Does transpiration increase with warming? The effect of soil water storageContinue reading “Tague Team Lab members at CZO meeting”