March 17, 2015
iUTAH researchers have just published a paper entitled iSAW: Integrating Structure, Actors, and Water to Study Socio-Hydro-Ecological Systems. iSAW is an integrated framework for human-water system sustainability, using system components that include structure, actors, and water. This framework can be applied to multiple natural resource issues. Authors of the paper are Rebecca L. Hale, Andrea Armstrong, Michelle A. Baker, Sean Bedingfield, David Betts, Caleb Buahin, Martin Buchert, Todd Crowl, R. Ryan Dupont, James R. Ehleringer, Joanna Endter-Wada, Courtney Flint, Jacqualine Grant, Sarah Hinners, Jeffery S. Horsburgh, Douglas Jackson-Smith, Amber S. Jones, Carlos Licon, Sarah E. Null, Augustina Odame, Diane E. Pataki, David Rosenberg, Madlyn Runburg, Philip Stoker, and Courtenay Strong.
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