The University of Arizona

CLIMAS
Title CLIMAS Lead Project Type Start Datesort descending Status
Outreach for Small Hydropower Governance in Chile Sarah Kelly-Richards Research 2017 Ongoing
What makes climate change adaptation effective? Gigi Owen Research 2017 Completed
Evaluating the Use of Urban Heat Island and Heat Increase Modeling in Land Use and Planning Decision-Making Ladd Keith Research 2017 Ongoing
Paleoclimatic Indicators of Surface Water Resources in the Chuska Mountains, Navajo Nation Becky Brice Research 2017 Ongoing
Improved Understanding of Climate Variability and Change Relevant to Orchards and Vineyards in Arizona and New Mexico Jeremy Weiss Research 2017 Ongoing
Community Climate Profiles Alison Meadow Climate Services 2017 Ongoing
Visualization and Analysis Tools for the North American Monsoon - Integrating Citizen Science Data and Observations Ben McMahan Research 2018 Ongoing
Developing Integrated Heat Health Information for Long-term Resilience and Early Warning - NIHHIS Gregg Garfin Research 2018 Ongoing
Collaborative Research on Environmental Risks and Built Environment in the Borderlands of the Southwest Ben McMahan Research 2018 Ongoing
Climate and Health Adaptation Monitoring Program (CHAMP): Identifying gaps in stakeholder needs regarding the climate-health connection Heidi Brown Research 2018 Ongoing
Impacts of Climate Extremes to Interstate and Local Trucking Industries across New Mexico and Arizona David DuBois Research 2018 Ongoing
Western Region Climate Services Provider Database Ben McMahan Research 2018 Ongoing
Greenhouse Gas Reduction Collaboration Ben McMahan Research 2019 Ongoing
The Lower San Pedro Conservation Collaborative: Stakeholder Engagement on Climate and Environmental Vulnerability Ben McMahan Research 2019 Ongoing
Assessing drought and climate vulnerability and resilience in New Mexico’s Rio Grande basin Christina Greene Research 2019 Ongoing
Is adaptation mal-adaptation: an assessment of mosquitoes and water harvesting Heidi Brown Research 2019 Ongoing
Environmental Risks and Built Environment in the Borderland of the Southwest Ben McMahan Research 2019 Ongoing

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