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Enhancing stateholder feedback on the 2011 long-term forecast of water supply and demand for the Columbia River basin
Every five years, the Department of Ecology’s Office of Columbia River (OCR) is required to submit a long-term water supply and demand forecast to the Legislature.A significant portion of the 2011 Forecast was carried out ...
Landscape-based Null Models for Archaeological Inference
How do we, as humans and as scientists, learn about the world around us? In this dissertation, I explore how models--epistemological tools that connect theory and reality--not only structure scientific inquiry (including ...
CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS AND MITIGATION ON WHEAT SYSTEM IN PACIFIC NORTHWEST
Although the world’s food demand is projected to increase due to population growth, the future of the global food supply is not well understood given the complex nature of stressors such as climate change. The goal of this ...
Assessing Carbon and Water Dynamics in Multiple Agricultural Ecosystems in the Inland Pacific Northwest Using the Eddy Covariance Method and the CropSyst-Microbasin Model
Management practices and climatic conditions have important impacts on carbon and water dynamics in agricultural ecosystems. In addition, future climate projections for the inland Pacific Northwest (iPNW) of the U.S. show ...