The University of Arizona

CLIMAS

Title CLIMAS Leadsort descending Project Type Start Date Status
CLIMAS Year 5 (2016-2017) Assessment Ben McMahan Research 2016 Ongoing
CLIMAS H.E.A.T. - Heat Extreme AssessmenT - Cascading Effects of Climate Extremes in the Southwest Ben McMahan Research 2014 Ongoing
Southwest Climate Outlook (SWCO) Ben McMahan Climate Services 2002 Ongoing
Arizona Business Resilience Initiative - An Initiative To Support Arizona’s Business Community In Managing Climate Risk Ben McMahan Research 2015 Ongoing
Building A Regional Climate Database: Applications For Research, Collaboration, and Public Engagement - Integrating Climate Data into Ecological Analysis, Monitoring, and Restoration Ben McMahan Research 2014 Completed
Evaluation of Arizona Drought Watch: The State's Drought Impacts Reporting System Alison Meadow Research 2009 Completed
Community Climate Profiles to Support Adaptation Planning Alison Meadow Climate Services 2017 Ongoing
Western Region Climate Services Database Development Alison Meadow Research 2015 Ongoing
RISA: An Organizational Ethnography Alison Meadow Research 2014 Ongoing
Decision Calendars in Fire Management Barbara Morehouse Research 2002 Completed
Urban Water Sensitivity Analysis Barbara Morehouse Research 1998 Completed
Fire History and Climate Barbara Morehouse Research 2004 Completed
Wildfire Alternatives (WALTER) Barbara Morehouse Research 2000 Completed
Scenario Planning in the Cienegas Watershed Kiyomi Morino Research 2013 Completed
Ranching and Ranchette Economics Dan Osgood Research 2000 Completed
Patterns and Causes of Southwest Drought Variability Jonathan Overpeck Research 2009 Ongoing
Reconciling Projections of Future Colorado River Streamflow Jonathan Overpeck Research 2007 Completed
Paleo-Southwest Monsoon Dynamics Jonathan Overpeck Research 2008 Completed
Understanding and Communicating Climate Change in the Southwest Jonathan Overpeck Climate Services 2007 Ongoing
Colorado River Research Group Jonathan Overpeck Research 2014 Ongoing
Evaluation of Fire Forecast Products to Enhance U.S. Drought Preparedness and Response Gigi Owen Research 2009 Completed
Developing Useful Science: Methods for Engaging Stakeholders and Evaluating Integrated Climate Tools Gigi Owen Research 2009 Completed
CLIMAS Project and Program Evaluation Gigi Owen Research 2012 Ongoing
Evaluating Climate Change Adaptation in Tucson, AZ Gigi Owen Research 2015 Ongoing
Southwest Tribal Data Summit: Partnering with Southwest Indigenous Communities to Identify Data and Information Needs, Issues, and Opportunities to Support Climate Resilience Stephanie C. Rainie Climate Services 2017 Ongoing
Toward Increased Energy Efficiency in Tucson: Evaluating an Energy Efficiency Workshop for Tucson Businesses Valerie Rountree Research 2015 Completed
Categorizing Urban Landscapes to Assess Drought Vulnerability Rolston St. Hilaire Climate Services 2008 Completed
Use-Inspired Research On Adaptation Strategies Of Farmer-Managed Irrigation Systems In Gandaki Basin, Nepal Bhuwan Thapa Research 2015 Completed
Cultivating a Climate of Cave Conservation Awareness Sarah Truebe Research 2014 Completed
Potential Changes in Future Regional Climate and Related Impacts: A Brief Report for the Central New Mexico Climate Change Scenario Planning Project Jeremy Weiss Research 2013 Completed
Improved Understanding of Climate Variability and Change Relevant to Orchards and Vineyards in Arizona and New Mexico Jeremy Weiss Research 2017 Ongoing
Decentralization of Urban Water and Sustainability Planning in Border Cities Margaret Wilder Research 2003 Completed
Managing Demand, Rethinking Supply: Adaptation, Conservation, and Planning in the Drought-prone Southwestern U.S. and Northwest Mexico Margaret Wilder Research 2011 Ongoing
Community and Conservation: Assessing Public Values Toward the Lower Colorado River and Delta Margaret Wilder Research 2004 Completed
River Basin Councils and Sustainability Planning in Sonora Margaret Wilder Research 2003 Completed
Developing and Leading a Climate and Health Research Network on the University of Arizona Campus Margaret Wilder Research 2013 Completed
Adaptation and Resilience to Climate Change, Drought, and Water Demand in the Urbanizing Southwestern United States and Northern Mexico Margaret Wilder Research 2008 Completed
Poverty and Climate Change in the Southwestern U.S. Margaret Wilder Research 2010 Completed
Southwest Climate Gap Margaret Wilder Research 2015 Ongoing
Metrics and Measurement of Adaptation Margaret Wilder Research 2014 Ongoing

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