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Title: Senior Scientist
Role: Centre Deputy Director, U.S.
Jack Sieber is a Senior Scientist and the Deputy Director of SEI-US.
Jack develops computer-based tools to assist in long-range scenario planning, and working with researchers, policy makers and other stakeholders to help build a path to a sustainable future. Currently, his work focuses on integrated water resources planning at the watershed scale, with a special focus on the potential impacts of climate change.
Jack is the developer of WEAP, the Water Evaluation And Planning system, a leading integrated water resources planning tool used by hundreds of organizations worldwide.
Jack received an M.S. in Computer Science from Yale University in 1988.
Climate driven water resources model of the Sacramento Basin, California (Journal article - 2009)
Climate warming, water storage, and Chinook salmon in California’s Sacramento Valley (Journal article - 2008)
Relations Among Storage, Yield and Instream Flow (Paper - 2007)
A physically-based, water resource planning model of the Sacramento Basin, California USA (Journal article - 2006)