Integrated Modeling of the Water-Energy-Land-Food Nexus: Importance of Context, Scale, Boundary Selection, and Community Capacity


Water, energy, land, and food resources are critical components in the overall discourse on sustainable human development. There is a consensus in the water-energy-land-food (WELF) nexus literature that the management and... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Bernard Amadei (University of Colorado at Boulder)
  2. David Zelinka (University of Colorado at Boulder)

Topic Area

1b. Research methods and methodologies (including the role of academia, policy engagement


OS4-1b » 1b. Research Methods and Methodologies (including academic, policy engagement and inter/intra, and trans-disciplinary approaches) (11:30 - Thursday, 14th June, Department of Economics - Room 2 - Second floor)