32 Works

FEWSION supply chain data science

Benjamin Ruddell

Lead mitigation via an interdisciplinary perspective

Adaline Buerck

INFEWS/T2 FEWtures: Innovation analysis framework for resilient futures with applications to the Central Arkansas River Basin

Robert Barron

Cross-cultural stakeholder engagement during the COVID-19 Global Pandemic

Glorynel Ojeda Matos

InterACTWEL cyberinfrastructure: Enabling stakeholder-driven processes for FEW nexus decision support in local communities

Meghna Babbar-Sebens

Exploring scenarios of climate-induced extremes on the food, energy, water nexus (C-FEWS) and the role of engineered and natural infrastructure

Seth Tuler & Charles Vörösmarty

Data from: Building a bridge between adaptive capacity and adaptive potential to understand responses to environmental change

Travis Seaborn
Adaptive capacity is a topic at the forefront of environmental change research with roots in both social, ecological, and evolutionary science. It closely related to the evolutionary biology concept of adaptive potential. In this systematic literature review we: 1) Summarize the history of these topics and related fields; 2) Assess relationship(s) between the concepts among disciplines and the use of the terms in climate change research, and evaluate methodologies, metrics, taxa biases, and the geographic...

Random forest models for development and validation of smartwatch-based activity recognition models for rigging crew workers on cable logging operations

Eloise Zimbelman & Robert Keefe

Prioritizing land and life in the Great Lakes region

Valoree Gagnon

Cultivating an engaged stakeholder group: Learning from the Long Island solar roadmap

Jessica Price

The economics of direct nitrogen reduction technologies

Gal Hochman

Coastal Cutthroat Trout Locations

Kitty Griswold, Brett Holycross, Van Hare & Kate Sherman
This dataset contains observations of Coastal Cutthroat Trout (CCT), as compiled by the Coastal Cutthroat Trout Interagency Committee and the Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission (PSMFC) GIS Center, as well as locations where biologists have provided input where they believe the species to be present, based on professional judgement or other, nonobservation data. Data come from a wide variety of state, federal, tribal, private, and nonprofit organizations, and were collected in support of a range-wide...

Important lessons from stakeholder engagement

Khara Grieger

Data from: Fish carcasses alter subyearling Chinook salmon dispersal behavior and density but not growth in experimental mesocosms

Matthew Dunkle, Ryan Dunbeck & Christopher Caudill

Data From: Using an Ultraviolet Light Test to Improve Sagebrush Identification and Predict Forage Quality for Wildlife

Roger Rosentreter, Brecken Robb & Jennifer Sorensen Forbey
Sagebrush identification can be improved by using a relatively easy ultraviolet (UV) light test on specimens. Sagebrush produces a variety of water-soluble polyphenols called coumarins, which fluoresce a blue color under UV light and can help differentiate species, subspecies, and hybrids. We tested 16 different sagebrush taxa (including species and subspecies) from herbarium specimens and found 3 taxa (low sagebrush, Artemisia arbuscula; Wyoming sagebrush, A. tridentata wyomingensis; and basin sagebrush, A. t. tridentata) that were...

Restoration thinning in a drought-prone Idaho forest creates a persistent carbon deficit

Tara Hudiburg & Jeffrey Stenzel

Data: Complex life histories predispose aphids to recent decline

Michael Crossley, Olivia Smith, Thomas Davis, Sanford Eigenbrode, Glen Hartman, Doris Lagos-Kutz, Susan Halbert, David Voegtlin, Matthew Moran & William Snyder


John Michael Adrian Wojahn & Sven Buerki

Engaging stakeholders for integrated FEW nexus governance: The case of Phoenix, AZ

J. Leah Jones

INFEWS/T2: Identifying sustainability solutions through global-local-global analysis of the coupled water-agriculture-bioenergy system

Thomas Hertel

Social science for stakeholder engagement: Methods and lessons from the Water for Agriculture project

Weston Eaton

Data from: Development of an in vitro method of propagation for basin big sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata subsp. tridentata)

Rachael Barron, Peggy Martinez, Marcelo Serpe & Sven Buerki
Data and code files included within release v1.0 from the Sagebrush_in_vitro_prop GitRepo. Please visit the associated project website for specific details about project protocols and workflow. Basin big sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata subsp. tridentata) is a keystone species of the sagebrush steppe, a widespread ecosystem of western North America threatened by climate change. The study’s goal was to develop an in vitro method of propagation for this taxon to support genome sequencing and genotype-by-environment research on...

Data from: Important airborne lidar metrics of canopy structure for estimating snow interception

Micah Russell, Jan Eitel, Timothy Link & Carlos A. Silva

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  • 2021

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  • The Nature Conservancy
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