Naomi Tague was invited to lead a session at the International Symposium – BOUNDARY SPANNING: Advances in Socio-Environmental Systems Research – put on by The National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) in partnership with the National Science Foundation (NSF), Resources for the Future (RFF), and University of Maryland (UMD) this week in Annapolis, Maryland. Naomi brought togetherContinue reading “How much stress is to much?”
Former Tague PhD student Dr. Elizabeth Garcia, now a Water Resources Hydrologist at Seattle Public Utilities, returned last week to present “Water Management at Seattle Public Utilities” in Dr. Tague’s Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation class.
Postdoctoral scholar and Tague Team Lab member Erin Hanan, with UCSB Professor Dr. Andrew Plantinga, are presenting “What is the impact of Wildfire on our Ecology and Economy?” at the Gaucho Grown Showcase, a Gaucho Professional Network event, on April 28th.
Dr. Naomi Tague taught the module ‘Hydrologic Modeling for Hypothesis Generation and Scenario Development: Tools in R’ as part of the CUAHSI VIRTUAL UNIVERSITY SPECIAL TOPICS IN HYDROLOGY: CUAHSI SPECIALIZED ONLINE HYDROLOGY COURSES during the Fall of 2017. Touching the Void: Hydrology community bands together to launch first multi-university graduate course CUAHSI partnered with six universitiesContinue reading “Tague an instructor in CUAHSI’s fall 17 virtual university”
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”
Last week, Tague Team Lab members Erin Hanan and Ryan Bart presented their research at the 2017 Conference on Fire Prediction Across Scales, a Columbia University Initiative on Extreme Weather and Climate event. Bart’s presentation: Development of a coupled model for investigating the effects of forest management and climate on wildfire regimes in the westernContinue reading “Lab members present at Fire Prediction Conference”
Last month Naomi Tague presented “Forest responses to drought, climate warming and fire – is there a role for density reduction?” at the Instituto Pirenaico de Ecología (IPE-CSIC) in Huesca, Spain. She met with researchers to introduce the use of RHESSys-Fire as a tool to investigate the impacts that potential thinning strategies may have onContinue reading “RHESSys-Fire Presentation”
Naomi Tague and fellow UCSB professors Andrew Plantinga and Sarah Anderson, as well as Max Moritz of UC Berkeley and Maureen Kennedy of the University of Washington taught a summer seminar at UCSB earlier this month on managing wildfire. The SERI Fire hosted program provided a taste of interdisciplinary research through lectures on wildfire management,Continue reading “Summer Wildfire Seminar”
Naomi Tague was invited to give the presentation “Why geology matters. Forests responses to drought, climate warming, and management actions in the California Sierra” at Duke University last month as part of their speaker series in hydrology.
Naomi Tague is presenting “Why subsurface features matter for managing forests, water and fire in the face of increasing drought frequency and severity” today at the AGU Chapman Conference on Extreme Climate Event Impacts on Aquatic Biogeochemical Cycles and Fluxes in San Juan, Puerto Rico.