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IM3: Integrated Multisector, Multiscale Modeling

This innovative modeling project explores how human and natural systems and landscapes in the United States co-evolve over the 21st century in response to compounding short- and long-term influences. We are currently studying the interactions of energy, water, land, and urban systems in response to these influences: climate, including severe heat waves and drought; population change and urbanization; socioeconomic factors; energy transitions; and technology change.
Keywords human-natural system interactions, adaptation, climate impacts, drought, energy transitions, modeling, multiscale, multisector dynamics, urbanization
TYPE Scientific Focus Area
Principal Investigator (PI)
Jennie Rice
Lead Institution
Other Collaborators
Baylor University Boston University Cornell University North Carolina State University Pennsylvania State University University of California Davis University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
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