The University of Arizona

CLIMAS
Title CLIMAS Lead Project Typesort descending Start Date Status
Southwest Tribal Data Summit: Partnering with Southwest Indigenous Communities to Identify Data Challenges, Needs, and Opportunities Stephanie Carroll Climate Services 2017 Ongoing
Exploring the Use of Climate and Remote Sensing Data to Support Drought Monitoring Across the Southwest U.S. Michael Crimmins Research 2014 Ongoing
Community and Conservation: Assessing Public Values Toward the Lower Colorado River and Delta Margaret Wilder Research 2004 Completed
Climate and Weather Services for Disaster Management: A FEMA, NWS, and CLIMAS Collaboration Zack Guido Research 2012 Completed
Decision Support Tools: CLIDDSS, FET, DDIT, Paleo Toolkit, and Others Holly Hartmann Climate Services 2007 Completed
Outreach for Small Hydropower Governance in Chile Sarah Kelly-Richards Research 2017 Ongoing
Using Critical Thresholds to Customize Climate Projections of Extreme Events to User Needs and Support Decisions Gregg Garfin Research 2014 Ongoing
Strengths and Limitations of Long-term Streamflow Scenarios in the Southwestern United States Holly Hartmann Research 2007 Completed
Transborder Climate Communication Gregg Garfin Climate Services 2012 Completed
TreeFlow: A Drought Planning Resource for Water Management in the Western U.S. Connie Woodhouse Climate Services 2008 Completed
Collaborative Research on Environmental Risks and Built Environment in the Borderlands of the Southwest Ben McMahan Research 2018 Ongoing
Defining Ecosystem Water Needs and Assessing Impacts of Climate Change and Water Diversion on Ecosystems of the Upper Gila River in New Mexico Gregg Garfin Research 2013 Ongoing
Urban Water Sensitivity Analysis Barbara Morehouse Research 1998 Completed
Managing Demand, Rethinking Supply: Adaptation, Conservation, and Planning in the Drought-prone Southwestern U.S. and Northwest Mexico Margaret Wilder Research 2011 Ongoing
Paleo-Southwest Monsoon Dynamics Jonathan Overpeck Research 2008 Completed
Climate and Health Adaptation Monitoring Program (CHAMP): Identifying gaps in stakeholder needs regarding the climate-health connection Heidi Brown Research 2018 Ongoing
National Integrated Heat Health Information System (NIHHIS) – El Paso Region Gregg Garfin Research 2016 Ongoing

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