Zachary Zambreski

Research Associate

Mr. Zambreski is a PhD student at Kansas State University. He is modeling the effects of extreme temperature and climate on winter wheat, sorghum, and maize to assess impacts on crop yields in the High Plains. These models are used in combination with multiple seasonal and long-term projections of downscaled precipitation and temperature to forecast crop production. In addition, he uses multiple drought indices to assess historical, near real-time and projected drought variability at local and regional levels for drought risk management.

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