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Colloquium - Population and Water Carrying Capacity - Safa Motesharrei

COWA: A Two-way Coupled Human-Climate-Water Model
When Sep 21, 2017
from 03:30 PM to 04:30 PM
Where Room 2400, The Atlantic Building
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Date/Time: 2017 Sep 21 at 3:30 p.m. (Refreshments at 3:00 p.m.)

Location: The Atlantic Building (formerly Computer and Space Sciences) Room 2400

Speaker: Safa Motesharrei, Applied Mathematics/ Public Policy

Speaker Institution: UMD

Presentation Title: “COWA: A Two-way Coupled Human-Climate-Water Model”

Hosted by: Safa Motesharrei, Applied Mathematics/Public Policy

Note:  There is a change in the colloquium presentation today due to a family emergency of the speaker.  The topic will now be on The Coupled Human-Climate –Water model (COWA), a minimal dynamic model that aims to capture bidirectional positive, negative and delayed feedbacks.  COWA allows the ability to determine the Water Carrying Capacity of a region.  This helps determine the sustainability of water management strategies and the impact on population health and growth.

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