HydroSystems Research Group
The goal of our research is to understand and model human-hydrologic systems to improve societal responses to water resources challenges. Human-hydrologic systems are particularly vulnerable to climate variability and climate change and climate risk assessment and management is a focus area. The findings of this research will provide insight for planning and adapting the design and management of water resource systems for a sustainable future.
- Science blog mentions our new paper on decisions and climate uncertainty
- Katherine Lownsbery (MS student) receives National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship
- Scott Steinscheider (PhD candidate) attends NCAR workshop: Uncertainty in Climate Change Research - An Integrated Approach
- "Climate Risk Assessment" presentation to the Ukrainian National Academy of Science, Kyiv, Ukraine, August 2012
- Invited Presentation: "Water security and economic growth" at the 2012 International Water Security Conference in Oxford, UK, April 16-18.
- New Award: Department of Defense, SERDP "Decision-Scaling: A Decision Framework for DoD Climate Risk Assessment and Adaptation Planning."