One of the projects that the group has been involved with over the past few years is the Integrated Scenarios of the Future Northwest Environment project, together with groups at Oregon State University and the University of Idaho. The goal of the project was to evaluate changes in climate, hydrology and vegetation in the Pacific Northwest during the rest of this century. In our group, Matt Stumbaugh, Diana Gergel, Dennis Lettenmaier, and myself have been involved with model simulations and analysis. While the analysis is ongoing, the model runs to support this project have been completed and the model output is available for other groups to use in their research. There is an interesting article about the project in a new annual magazine from the Northwest Climate Science Center: Northwest Climate Magazine. The Integrated Scenarios article can be found here.
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