Naomi discusses how we are using RHESSys to explore fire in this short presentation.
Last week, Naomi Tague presented “Understanding forests in a warming world through model-data integration” at Feeding the Drylands Conference.
Professor Naomi Tague is back where it all began – where she got her undergraduate engineering degree at the University of Waterloo – today to present “Animating green stuff in hydrologic models: where we are and what is next” as part of the Water Institute‘s WaterTalks lecture series.
Earlier this month, Naomi Tague presented “Animating green stuff in Hydrologic models: Where we are and what is next” as part of the University of Virginia’s Environmental Sciences Department Moore lecture series hosted by Larry Band. Abstract: Early hydrologic models represented vegetation as a simple parameter that influenced interception and the transpiration of soil waterContinue reading “Naomi Tague gives Moore Lecture”
Last week, Tague Team Lab friend and collaborator Maureen Kennedy (Assistant Professor, University of Washington, Tacoma) presented “Projecting future fire regimes and watershed dynamics requires coupling fire spread with ecohydrology” at the 8th International Fire Ecology and Management Congress in Tuscon, Arizona. Preliminary results were presented from the coupled WMFire fire spread/RHESSys Hydro-Ecological model used toContinue reading “Coupling fire spread with ecohydrology to simulate future fire regimes”
Naomi Tague recently presented “Animating Green Stuff in Hydrologic Models: Where We Are and What Is Next?” at the Gordon Research Conference – Catchment Science: Interactions of Hydrology, Biology and Geochemistry, Transcending the Uniqueness of Place in the Age of Big Data, June 23-28 at Proctor Academy in Andover, NH.
Naomi Tague took part in Westmont College’s Sustainability Speaker Series – “Why Watersheds Deserve Attention“, which featured a variety of panelists across disciplines to focus on pertinent environmental issues. The panel discussion highlighted watersheds as a tribute to The Westmont Ridley Tree Museum of Art’s new exhibit, “Watershed: Contemporary Landscape Photography“.
This morning at the 2018 American Geophysical Union (AGU) meeting in Washington DC, Naomi Tague’s presentation addressed how we visualize and communicate model output and underlying theories in “Animating ‘green stuff’ in hydrologic models: where we are and what is next”.
Yesterday, Naomi Tague delivered an invited presentation, “Forest structure, productivity and water use: what we are learning from models”, for the Hydrology Colloquium in the interdepartmental Graduate Program in Hydrologic Sciences (GPHS) at the University of Reno.
Last week, Naomi Tague presented “Interacting ecophysiologic and hydroclimatic controls on post thinning forest water use and carbon sequestration”, authored with Klein Tamir, at the 6th International Medpine Conference held at The Hebrew University in Rehovot, Israel. The MedPine 6 focus – Mediterranean Forest Ecosystems: Forestry, Ecology, Conservation, and Human use – brought together scientists who studyContinue reading “Tague Medpine presentation”