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John Wesley Powell Center for Analysis and Synthesis

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Offering the opportunity for collaborative synthesis and analysis opportunities in Earth system science

Welcome to the Powell Center

Offering the opportunity for collaborative synthesis and analysis opportunities in Earth system science

 

FY19 - Margin-wide geological and geophysical synthesis to understand the recurrence and hazards of great subduction zone earthquakes in Cascadia

Margin-wide geological and geophysical synthesis to understand the recurrence and hazards of great subduction zone earthquakes in Cascadia

2019 WORKING GROUP

Margin-wide geological and geophysical synthesis to understand the recurrence and hazards of great subduction zone earthquakes in Cascadia

Principal investigators: Lydia M. Staisch (USGS - Geology, Minerals, Energy, and Geophysics Science Center), Janet Tilden Watt (USGS - Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center), Jonathan P. Perkins (USGS - Geology, Minerals, Energy, and Geophysics Science Center), Robert C. Witter (USGS - Alaska Science Center)
 

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FY19 Improved hydrologic forecasting through synthesis of critical storage components and timescales across watersheds worldwide

Improved hydrologic forecasting through synthesis of critical storage components and timescales across watersheds worldwide

2019 WORKING GROUP

Improved hydrologic forecasting through synthesis of critical storage components and timescales across watersheds worldwide

Principal investigators: Laurel Larsen (UC Berkeley), Jessica M Driscoll (USGS - New Mexico Water Science Center), David Gochis (University Corporation for Atmospheric Research), Judson W. Harvey (U.S. Geological Survey)
 

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2019-Wetland fluxnet synthesis for methane: understanding and predicting methane fluxes at daily to interannual timescales

Wetland fluxnet synthesis for methane: understanding and predicting methane fluxes at daily to interannual timescales

2019 WORKING GROUP

Wetland fluxnet synthesis for methane: understanding and predicting methane fluxes at daily to interannual timescales

Principal investigators: Rob Jackson (Stanford University), Sara H Knox (Stanford University), Lisamarie Windham-Myers (USGS Branch of Regional Research, Western Region), Benjamin Poulter (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
 

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Linking environmental and public health data to evaluate health effects of arsenic exposure from domestic and public supply wells

Estimated probability of arsenic greater than 10 micrograms per liter in domestic wells in the conterminous United States

2018 WORKING GROUP

Linking environmental and public health data to evaluate health effects of arsenic exposure from domestic and public supply wells

Principal investigators: Maria Argos (University of Illinois at Chicago), Joseph D Ayotte (USGS - New Hampshire/Vermont Water Science Center), Matthew Gribble (Emory University), Bernard T Nolan (USGS - National Water-Quality Assessment Program)
 

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A global synthesis of land-surface fluxes under natural and human-altered watersheds using the Budyko framework

Climate elasticity of streamflow for virgin basins over the continental United States  (Sankarasubramanian and Vogel, 2003) with the inset showing the modified Budyko's framework (Wang and Hejazi , 2011) for decomposing the observed changes in land-surface fluxes into changes due to global climate and local human impacts

2018 WORKING GROUP

A global synthesis of land-surface fluxes under natural and human-altered watersheds using the Budyko framework

Principal investigators: Sankarasubramanian Arumugam (North Carolina State University), Dingbao Wang (University of Central Florida), Stacey A Archfield (USGS - Branch of Regional Research, Eastern Region), Meredith M Reitz (USGS - Branch of Regional Research, Eastern Region)
 

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Powell Center Town Hall at AGU

Title: Scientific Synthesis as a Means of Addressing Societal ChallengesDate and time: Friday, December 14, 12:30-1:30, Marriott Marquis Room Independence F-H. More information

Friday, December 14, 2018

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