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Meeting the Global Sustainable Development Goals on a Changing Planet with Limited Land and Water Resources

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Fine-scale Modeling of the Energy-Water-Land Nexus

 

Overview 

This project: “Fine-scale modeling of the Energy-Water-Land nexus” comprises Program Element 1.1 of the PCHES project, funded under a cooperative agreement between Stanford University and the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science, Biological and Environmental Research Program, Integrated Assessment Research Program, Grant No. DE-SC0005171 and Grant No. DE-SC0016162.
 
Project Director for Program Element 1.1:  
Thomas W. Hertel
 
Collaborators:
Richard Lammers, Steve Frolking and Danielle Grogan: University of New Hampshire
Wolfram Schlenker: Columbia University
Noah Diffenbaugh and David Lobell: Stanford University
Uris L.C. Baldos and Jing Liu: Purdue University

Goals

The overall goal of this project is to assess, at fine geographic scale, future infrastructure and other adaptation needs in the energy-water-land system in the context of extreme climate events.