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Collaborations

The Sustainable Agricultural Water Systems Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE, SACRAMENTO
  • Improving Irrigation Management in Specialty Crop Systems
  • CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY AND FIRE PR, Sacramento
  • Science Advisory Panel Support to the Wildfire and Forest Resilience Task Force
  • Climate-Informed Reforestation Guidance and Support
  • NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE, WASHINGTON DC, DC
  • Synergistic Managed Aquifer Strategies to Sustain Irrigated Agriculture
  • NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE, WASHINGTON, NE
  • Climate Change Mitigation Outreach and Education: California Climate Hub
  • OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY, CORVALLIS, OR
  • Pretreatment Technologies for Managed Aquifer Recharge to Mitigate Clogging and to Remove Contaminants
  • REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT RI, RIVERSIDE, CA
  • Managed Aquifer Recharge to Sustain Irrigated Agriculture
  • Rethinking California’s Managed Aquifer Recharge Beyond Flat Terrains: A Multi-Method Assessment of Hillslope Processes
  • REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, THE, BERKELEY, CA
  • Science Applications for Advancing Federal and State Forest Management Pace and Scale
  • Translating Agricultural Climate Indicators for Region-specific and Actionable Information
  • Climate Informed Reforestation Guidance, Resources, Workshops and Extension
  • UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS, DAVIS, CA
  • Objective-based Climate Ready Reforestation Workshop
  • Synergistic Managed Aquifer Strategies to Sustain Irrigated Agriculture (CA)
  • Integrated Optimization Framework of California Water and Land Use
  • Linking Measured Root Zone Dynamics to Atmospheric and Subsurface Fluxes
  • Nonequilibrium Processes Influencing Contaminant Fate During Managed Aquifer Recharge
  • Assessing the Fate of Metal Oxide Associated Contaminants During Managed Aquifer Recharge
  • Machine Learning for Unearthing Environmental Drivers of Soil Moisture Dynamics and Scaling to Hillslope and Remote Sensing Observations
  • Supporting Climate Literacy for United States Forest Service (USFS)
  • Application of a Watershed Model to Assess Groundwater Sustainability Under Changing Climatic and Management Scenarios
  • A Water Sensitivity Analysis for Sustaining Irrigated Agriculture in the Southwest
  • Evaluating Models of Radiation Transfer and Carbon-Water Exchange in Vineyard and Orchard Canopies
  • Synergistic Managed Aquifer Strategies to Sustain Irrigated Agriculture (NACA)
  • Linking Ground Based and Remotely Sensed Stress Physiology of California Woody Perennial Crops
  • Improving Irrigation Efficiencies and Sustainability in Woody Perennial Crops Specific to California
  • Linking Climate Change Impacts on Forest Health, Fire Risk, and Vegetation and Snow Dynamics in California
  • Examining Perennial Crop Physiology, Evapotranspiration, and Carbon Dynamics Using Surface-based Measurements and Proximal Remote Sensing Techniques
  • Enhancing Water Adaptation in the Arid West
  • Agricultural Water, Land Retirement, and Habitat on the Pacific Flyway: A Non-market Value Assessment
  • Multifaceted Pathways to Climate-smart Agriculture Through Integrated Participatory Program Development and Delivery
  • Advancing Applied Climate Science Action for Diverse Agro-ecological Applications Across California
  • Determining Subsurface Hydraulic Properties and Water Content Using Geophysical Methods and Limited Soil/Sediment Datasets
  • UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,(UCANR), Davis
  • Multifaceted Pathways to Climate-smart Agriculture Through Integrated Participatory Program Development and Delivery
  • USDA, FOREST SERVICE, VALLEJO, CA
  • A Webinar and Workshop Series of Decision Support Resources for Forest Managers in California