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These webinars are part of the WAFERx Brown Bag Webinar Series. They are presented live to WAFERx Team Members and their purpose is to share relevant information about topics related to the WAFERx project. Presenters are either WAFERx team members or other scientists with expertise on these topics.
LAND-USE RESPONSE TO CLIMATE AND BIOFEEDSTOCK POLICIES IN THE UPPER MISSOURI RIVER BASIN
November 23, 2020
Ben Rashford, a Co-Principal Investigator on the WAFERx project, is Department Head of Agricultural and Applied Economics at the University of Wyoming.
LINKING LAND COVER/USE TRANSITIONS, DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGES AND TRENDS IN BIOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES
November 9, 2020
Ranjeet John, an Assistant Professor of Biology at USD, researches grassland degradation, climate change, drought, land cover/land use change, and climate-land interaction.
MONTANA WILD FOODS IN THE CONTEXT OF CLIMATE CHANGE: ROLE AND CONTRIBUTION TO FOOD SECURITY, DIETARY QUALITY, AND CULTURAL HERITAGE
October 12, 2020
Teresa Warne, a Research Associate and Lab Manager in MSU's Food and Health Lab, researches how sustainable food systems and sustainable diets support social and ecological systems.
LAND USE EXPLORERS: A HANDS-ON CURRICULUM THAT CONNECTS YOUTH TO WAFERX RESEARCH
September 28, 2020
Suzi Taylor is the director of MSU's Science Math Resource Center and is part of the outreach team for WAFERx.
THE LINKED COAL TRANSITION: ASSESSING THE IMPAT GEOGRAPHIES & POLICY CORRIDORS
February 12, 2020
Kelli Roemer is a Ph.D. student in Earth Sciences at Montana State University where she researches the human dimensions of rural land use change and the land-use, energy, policy nexus.
PARCEL-BASED LANDSCAPE SCENARIOS FOR THE GREAT PLAINS
May 14, 2019
Terry Sohl, an affiliated researchers on the WAFERx project, is a Research Physical Scientist with the U.S. Geological Survey, at the Earth Resources Observation and Science (EROS) Center in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
MODELING AGRICULTURAL LAND-USE RESPONSE TO CLIMATE & BIOENERGY POLICIES
MACHINE LEARNING NICHE MODELS
SOCIAL VALUES REGARDING LAND-USE AND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES
CARBON CAPTURE AND STORAGE
AGRICULTURE IN THE UPPER MISSOURI RIVER BASIN
HARMONIZATION OF GLOBAL LAND-USE SCENARIOS
BECCS AND BIRDS
TERRESTRIAL CARBON REMOVAL
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