Tadhg Moore

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State Univ

Tadhg joined the Carey lab in September 2020 and is working on developing Macrosystems EDDIE curricula for undergraduate students about ecological forecasting, delivering in-class lessons and researching best practices for teaching students ecosystem science and data literacy. He is also involved in the development and application of the FLARE water quality forecasting system to a variety of lakes and reservoirs. To find out more, please visit his website or contact him at tadhgm [at] vt.edu.

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Using Data to Improve Ecological Forecasts part of Project EDDIE:Teaching Materials:Modules
Algal blooms are increasing in frequency and severity across many freshwater lakes and can substantially impact water quality. One tool that can be useful in helping water resource managers to mitigate the effect ...

Understanding Uncertainty in Ecological Forecasts part of Project EDDIE:Teaching Materials:Modules
Ecological forecasting is a tool that can be used for understanding and predicting changes in populations, communities, and ecosystems. Ecological forecasting is an emerging approach which provides an estimate of ...

Introduction to Ecological Forecasting part of Project EDDIE:Teaching Materials:Modules
Ecological forecasting is a tool that can be used for understanding and predicting changes in populations, communities, and ecosystems. Ecological forecasting is an emerging approach which provides an estimate of ...

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Using Data to Improve Ecological Forecasts part of Project EDDIE:About this Project:EDDIE Macrosystems
Algal blooms are increasing in frequency and severity across many freshwater lakes and can substantially impact water quality. One tool that can be useful in helping water resource managers to mitigate the effect ...

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