WW2100 was funded predominantly by research grants from the National Science Foundation (NSF) with additional support from the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).  Grants included:


  • NSF-EAR 1039192 to Oregon State University
  • NSF-EAR 103889 to University of Oregon
  • NSF-EAR 1038925 to Portland State University, and
  • NOAA NA10OAR4310218 to Oregon State University and the University of Oregon

The project was affiliated with the NSF Water Sustainability and Climate (WSC) program, an effort to enhance understanding of the Earth's water system and interactions between human activity, climate change, and ecosystem functions.  NSF's WSC program supported place-based modeling projects at universities across the United States. The OSU Institute for Water and Watersheds provided administrative support for the project, and the Institute for Natural Resources assisted with data management.

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