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Area of Expertise:Estimating agricultural water use in the Southwestern United States using GIS, remote sensing and field verification. Monitoring post wildfire runoff using the CSA method
Dickens, J.M., Forbes, B.T., Cobean, D.S., and Tadayon, Saeid, 2011, Documentation of methods and inventory of irrigation data collected for the 2000 and 2005 U.S. Geological Survey Estimated use of water in the United States, comparison of USGS-compiled irrigation data to other sources, and recommendations for future compilations: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2011–5166, 60 p., available at http://pubs.usgs.gov/sir/2011/5166/.
SNRE climate specialist Gregg Garfin to participate as part of a team analyzing the impacts of climate change on wildfires and assessing where and when climatic conditions are likely to stress vegetation. The Center is housed within our Office of Arid Lands Studies.
Area of Expertise:Disturbance regimes and impact on carbon cycling on high elevation pine forests
Field Assistant. Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. University of Colorado, Boulder, CO.
Field Assistant. Department of Biology. Toolik Lake Field Station, University of Alaska, Anchorage, AK.
Read the article at: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/47036778/ns/local_news-tucson_az/#.T5hvz9V0mJV.
Students and faculty from the School recently played a leading role at the Southwestern Conference of the Association for Fire Ecology (AFE) in Santa Fe, New Mexico (http://www.humboldt.edu/swfire/). Associate Professor Don Falk presented or co-presented 8 papers and posters, joined by UA students Alex Arizpe, Jesse Minor, Josh Conver, Jacquie Dewar, Kit O'Connor and Laura Marshall, all members of the Fire and Restoration Ecology Laboratory as well as Pete Ffolliott (SNRE), Erica Bigio and Ellis Margolis (LTRR) and Geoff Towne (SGD).
SNRE Professor Don Falk featured in Border Beat article, "Professor studies ecosystem for future wildfires"
Read the full article featuring SNRE Professor Don Falk's work at: http://borderbeat.net/news/1680-wildfires
On August 30th, the School of Natural Resources and the Environment welcomed all graduate students to attend the SNRE Back-to-School Reception with faculty.
Each Professor prepared a slide to introduce themselves and discuss their research. For those that were not able to attend, the slides can be found here: New Student Orientation - About Our Faculty.
SNRE Seminar: Firescape: A comprehensive response to landscape-scale fire and ecosystem management in southern Arizona
09/16/2011 - 1:00pm
Location:Bio Sciences East Rm 225
New Perspectives in Large Landscape Conservation
Title: Firescape: A comprehensive response to landscape-scale fire and ecosystem management in southern Arizona
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