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.
- Umit Taner and Casey Brown lead stakeholder workshop revealing results of the climate risk assessment for the Niger River Basin in Niamey, Niger, January 7-9, 2014.
- Katherine Lownsbery leads water resources modeling workshop for the Niger Basin Authority in Burkina Faso
- AGU Fall Meeting 2014!: Casey Brown, Scott Steinschneider and Umit Taner gave oral presentations; Patrick Ray, Sungwook Wi, Ethan Yang, Sarah Whateley, and Katherine Lownsbery presented posters.
- Casey Brown presented at the World Bank Decision Making Under Uncertainty workshop hosted by Stephane Hallegatte in Washington DC, Nov 4-6, 2013.