Collaborating Groups

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Dave Montgomery

David R. Montgomery studies the evolution of topography and the influence of geomorphological processes on ecological systems and human societies.

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Ministry of Agriculture, NSSC, Royal Government of Bhutan

The National Soil Services Center (NSSC) is located at Semtokha 6.7 km west of Thimphu on the road to Paro below Semtokha Dzong and across the river (Ola Rong Chhu) from the Royal Institute of Management (RIM) as shown below.

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Harvey Greenberg

Harvey Greenberg is experienced in computer applications in geographic information systems, cartography and geology.

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Mekong River Commission

The Mekong River Commission (MRC) was formed on 5 April 1995 by an agreement between the governments of Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand and Viet Nam. The four countries signed The Agreement on the Cooperation for the Sustainable Development of the Mekong River Basin and agreed on joint management of their shared water resources and development of the economic potential of the river.

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Center For Environmental Visualization

The Center for Environmental Visualization promotes new information technologies and advanced interfaces which integrate ocean research with geo-science education at the College of Ocean and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington.

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Paul Quay

Application of stable and radioisotope measurements to bio geochemical cycles; carbon and oxygen cycling in lakes, rivers and oceans; atmospheric trace gas cycles; and large-scale ocean circulation rates using anthropogenic tracers. Participant in the Joint Global Ocean Flux Study (JGOFS) , World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE), and Carbon in the Amazon River Experiment (CAMREX).

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UW Land Surface Hydrology Research Group

UW Land Surface Hydrology Research Group

Our main research interest is modeling and predicting the role of land hydrology in the climate system, and understanding the nature of hydrologic variability and change as they are related to changing climate and land cover/land use. We do so through a combination of hydrologic modeling, and diagnosis of contemporary and retrospective in situ and remote sensing data. While much of our work is at regional, continental, and global scales, we also have modeling and prediction interests at the small watershed scale.

http://www.hydro.washington.edu

 

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Centro de Energia Nuclear na Agricultura (CENA)

http://www.cena.usp.br/

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Rick Keil

The broadly defined goal of the Rick Keil's AOG group is to understand the factors that control organic matter preservation in marine and freshwater systems. We are interested in mechanisms that control the extent to which bacteria degrade different forms of organic matter.

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Anitra Ingalls

My research focuses on using the molecular and isotopic composition of organic biomarkers to understand the source, cycling and fate of organic compounds in the present and past ocean.

http://faculty.washington.edu/aingalls/

Skagit Valley Farmland, Mount Baker in distance

Skagit Alternative Futures Project

The four-year project, funded by a grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, is evaluating major alternatives that the people of Skagit County (home to the largest and most ecologically important river in the Puget Sound basin) can take to address the challenges of climate change and the likelihood of doubling human population over the next fifty years. The project will be working with a stakeholders group to develop a "Preferred Future" that can, to the greatest extent possible, conserve and restore ecosystem functions while maintaining a viable local farm economy and meeting other growth management goals.

See website for more details.

 

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Resource Development International Cambodia

Resource Development International Cambodia

http://www.rdic.org/