Team

Principal Investigator:

William J. Gutowski, Jr., Professor, Department of Geological and Atmospheric Sciences. Overall coordination, climate modeling integrating the land and atmospheric components of coupled water processes.

Co-Principal Investigators:

Kristie Franz, Associate Professor, Department of Geological and Atmospheric Sciences. Modeling of watershed surface water processes.

Jean Goodwin, Professor, Department of English, Program in Speech Communication. Communication between scientists and stakeholders.

Chris R. Rehmann, Associate Professor, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering. Modeling of watershed hydrological aspects; Development of agent-based computational watershed platform; Design of simulation studies.

William W. Simpkins, Professor, Department of Geological and Atmospheric Sciences. Modeling of watershed groundwater processes.

Leigh Tesfatsion, Professor, Department of Economics. Modeling of watershed management policies, economic environment, and participant behaviors; Development of agent-based computational watershed platform; Design of simulation studies.

Dara Wald, Assistant Professor, Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication. Communication between scientists and stakeholders.

Alan Wanamaker, Assistant Professor, Department of Geological and Atmospheric Sciences. Paleoclimate analysis of water-cycle behavior.

Research Assistants:

Diego Cardoso, Department of Economics. Development and coding of agent-based computational watershed platform; Design and running of simulation studies.

David Dziubanski, Department of Geological and Atmospheric Sciences. Modeling of watershed hydrological processes; Development and coding of hydrology software module.

Participant Organization:

Penny Brown Huber, Executive Director Prairie Rivers of Iowa 2402 South Duff Avenue Ames, Iowa 50010 www.prrcd.org pbrownhuber@prrcd.org (515) 232-0048

Previous Project Participants:

Yu Jie, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Computational modeling; Design and running of simulation studies.

Juliana Nnoko, Department of Sociology. Stakeholder engagement.