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Strengthening Extension's Capacity to Conduct Public Issues Education Programs: Results of a National Needs Assessment
The Impact Of Highway Investment On New Manufacturing Employment In South Carolina: A Small Region Spatial Analysis
A geographical information system (GIS) is used with econometric methods to develop a small region spatial model to analyze the linkage between highway investment and new manufacturing employment in… Expand
Collaboratively Modeling Reservoir Reoperation to Adapt to Earlier Snowmelt Runoff
AbstractAcross many river basins in the arid Western United States, upstream surface water reservoirs store snowmelt runoff to meet downstream water demand. A collaborative modeling research progra...
Climate scenarios for the Truckee-Carson River system
- M. D. Dettinger, K. Sterle, K. Simpson, L. Singletary, K. Fitzgerald, M. Mccarthy
- Environmental Science
Probing Needs Assessment Data in Depth to Target Programs More Effectively.
Extension professionals often assess community needs to determine programs and target audiences. Data can be collected through surveys, focus group and individual interviews, meta-analysis,… Expand
Results of an assessment to identify potential barriers to sustainable agriculture on American Indian reservations in the Western United States
ABSTRACT Purpose: This paper reports the results of survey research conducted with tribal producers between 2011 and 2012 on 19 of the largest American Indian reservations in Idaho, Nevada, North… Expand
Measuring the Impacts of a Volunteer-Based Community Development Program in Developing Volunteers' Leadership Skills.
This article summarizes the results of an evaluation of the impacts of a community development program to develop leadership skills in its adult volunteers. The evaluation featured 20 questions about… Expand
Hydroclimate Variability in Snow-Fed River Systems: Local Water Managers’ Perspectives on Adapting to the New Normal
AbstractBetween water years 2012 and 2017, the Truckee–Carson river system in the western United States experienced both historic-low and record-high Sierra Nevada snowpack, anomalously warm temper...
Collaborative Modeling to Assess Drought Resiliency of Snow‐Fed River Dependent Communities in the Western United States: A Case Study in the Truckee‐Carson River System
Assessing the drought resilience of snow‐fed river dependent communities in the arid Western United States has taken on critical importance in response to changing climatic conditions. The process of… Expand