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2016 Master’s Degree Final Project Presentations – Day 2

May 5, 2016 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

UC Berkeley
Energy and Resources Group
2016 Master’s Degree Final Project Presentations

12:15    Introductions

12:20    Geographically Weighted Regression: Uses and limitations for improving statistical snow depth predictions using terrain and vegetation features in the Tuolumne River Basin, Ian Bolliger, MS

12:40    Uncertainty and the social cost of methane using Bayesian-constrained climate models, Frank Errickson, MS

1:00      Achieving Long-Term Climate Goals in the U.S.:  Unlocking the potential of high-efficiency electric water heating in our homes and buildings, Rachel Golden, MS/MPP

1:20      2030/2050 power system planning path dependency in the Western U.S., Patricia Hildalgo-Gonzalez, MS

1:40      Evaluating the impact of grid-based electricity on rural welfare in Botswana, Monkgogi Otlhogile, MS

2:00      Policies for a sustainable community solar sector, John Romankiewicz, MS/MPP

2:20      Farm to school programs and environmental literacy in the San Juan Islands, Alana Siegner, MA

2:40      Mining modernity: Energy limitations and opportunities in Vietnam’s aluminum industry, Cecilia Springer, MS

Details

Date:
May 5, 2016
Time:
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Organizer

Energy and Resources Group
Website:
https://erg.berkeley.edu

Venue

820 Barrows Hall/Matrix Presentation Room
820 Barrows Hall
Berkeley , CA 94720 United States
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