Climate change and associated changes in water resources will affect people at spatial scales ranging from local to global in such diverse areas as agriculture, forestry, health, energy use, and coastal development. This research will improve our understanding of how various components of the hydrologic cycle might change in the future. Such understanding is essential to the public welfare because it provides the basis for making more informed decisions about future water resources and reducing greenhouse gas emissions, both locally and globally.
|Effective start/end date||10/1/10 → 9/30/15|
- National Institute of Food and Agriculture (National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA))