I will be participating in two seminars on the Utah State University campus this October. Both seminars will present my ongoing research reconstructing centuries of streamflow from tree-rings and will outline my vision for the field over the next decade.
For the first talk, I will be one of four presenters in a forum style. The title of talk will be “Climate change in the context of paleo-climate reconstruction”.
The following week, I am the invited presenter for the Department of Civil Engineering’s Water, Environmental, and Irrigation Seminar. This talk will be titled “Centuries of reconstructed flows for quantifying drought vulnerability”:
Come out and say hi!