Using the tools of observational research and testing, resource management, and technology development, LAWREE scientists investigate real-world phenomena related to hydrologic processes from the field level to watersheds covering large geographical regions.
Washington State from Space. Photo Credit: NASA Visible Earth
|Dr. Gerrit Hoogenboom||Dr. Pius Ndegwa||Dr. Troy Peters|
|Dr. Claudio Stöckle||Dr. Jeffrey Ullman||Dr. Joan Wu|
Other LAWREE researchers contribute to advancements in erosion prediction technology through their continuous testing and improvement of the Water Erosion Prediction Project (WEPP) model. In addition, they develop improved methods for irrigation management, water treatment in natural systems, and agricultural systems analysis.
LAWREE scientists also research confined-animal operations, aquiculture, and natural resource systems in order to reduce the environmental impacts of managed biological systems.
Biological systems engineering researchers are also exploring ways to effectively utilize natural treatment systems for wastewater. In addition, they are developing for application, agricultural system models that predict the affects of climate change on agricultural products in order to promote economically sound and environment-friendly management decisions.
Created: October 11, 2011 VSH
Updated: March 7, 2013 VSH
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