This study seeks to monitor the environment in the complex topography over the California region, which requires a denser network of meteorological and hydrological stations than is currently operating.
California GHG Targets and CHP Incentives . .
To investigate the technologies that would be needed to significantly reduce GHG emissions at the national and international scales and to investigate the role of energy efficiency and renewables in California using a national model with a limited representation of California
Measured the amount of black carbon (BC) in rain and snow to estimate the potential effect of BC on the reflectivity of snow. A darker snow melts sooner and faster confounding the climate change signal
California's Carbon Challenge: An Integrated Modeling Framework to Reduce GHG Emissions in California by 2050. .
Ongoing research to create an integrated modeling framework to analyze and compare options to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in California. Report pending.