Manage hydrological systems at the watershed level and streamline governance policy.
Advanced hydrological models, coupled with oceanographic and climatic methods to deliver accurate and powerful insights.
Surface and groundwater interactions and aquifer recharge.
Determine the eutrophication potential for inland water bodies with source apportionment from point and non-point sources.
Modelling extreme hydrological events such as floods and droughts and their recurrence time under changing conditions.
Pollution modelling from point and non-point sources across watersheds including wastewater and agriculture.
Modeling water quality parameters, soil erosion, burn area and vegetation recovery resulting from wildfires.
Analysis of deforestation extent and impacts of land use changes on the overall hydrological balance.
Quantification of nutrient loads affecting inland waters, both from point and diffuse sources.
Holistic approaches to forest systems to support their long-term sustainable management.
Water security for drinking and industrial use, irrigation and recreational activities.
Nutrient loads to fisheries and marine ecosystems.
Estimation of ecosystems potential to minimize flood hazards and soil erosion.
Analysis of soil erosion rates and nutrient loss related to agricultural practices.
Calculate the water foot for a variety of crops and associated culture practices.
Assessing the impacts of the diffuse application of fertilizers and pesticides for agriculture and effects on inland water quality.
Assessing meteorological and vegetation drought recurring to satellite imagery.
Analysis of stresses affecting crop growth and modeling tools to enhance productivity.
Quantifying the impacts of climate change on water availability and quality challenges for urban, rural and other areas of interest.
Addressing the climate-food nexus to minimize impacts on crop production.
Measuring the climate change-enhancing impacts of deforestation and supporting REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation) national programs.