The University of Arizona

CLIMAS
Title CLIMAS Lead Project Typesort descending Start Date Status
Transborder Climate Communication Gregg Garfin Climate Services 2012 Completed
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
Tree-ring Reconstructions of Past Climate in the Southwest Malcolm Hughes Research 2000 Completed
Patterns and Causes of Southwest Drought Variability Jonathan Overpeck Research 2009 Ongoing
CLIMAS 2016-2017 Assessment – Identifying Emergent Research Priorities and Expanding the Regional Network Ben McMahan Research 2016 Ongoing
Managing Demand, Rethinking Supply: Adaptation, Conservation, and Planning in the Drought-prone Southwestern U.S. and Northwest Mexico Margaret Wilder Research 2011 Ongoing
National Integrated Heat Health Information System (NIHHIS) – El Paso Region Gregg Garfin Research 2016 Ongoing
Evaluation of Fire Forecast Products to Enhance U.S. Drought Preparedness and Response Gigi Owen Research 2009 Completed
Sky Island Climate Adaptation Gregg Garfin Research 2010 Ongoing
Visualization and Analysis Tools for the North American Monsoon - Integrating Citizen Science Data and Observations Ben McMahan Research 2018 Ongoing
Fostering Conducive Conditions for Climate Assessments: Collaborative Scenario Planning and the Colorado River Basin Study Gregg Garfin Research 2013 Ongoing
Western Region Climate Services Database Development Alison Meadow Research 2015 Ongoing
Fine-Scale Climate Mapping Andrew Comrie Research 2001 Completed
Developing Integrated Heat Health Information for Long-term Resilience and Early Warning - NIHHIS Gregg Garfin Research 2018 Ongoing
What makes climate change adaptation effective? Gigi Owen Research 2017 Completed
CLIMAS H.E.A.T. - Heat Extreme AssessmenT - Cascading Effects of Climate Extremes in the Southwest Ben McMahan Research 2014 Ongoing
Arivaca Community Water Supply Drought Vulnerability Assessment Michael Crimmins Research 2010 Completed

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