The University of Arizona

CLIMAS
Title CLIMAS Lead Project Typesort descending Start Date Status
Predicting Valley Fever Incidence Andrew Comrie Research 2000 Completed
Achieving Scientific Literacy in the Classroom: Climate Science and Law Curriculum Ling-Yee Huang Climate Services 2014 Completed
Tribal Drought Information for Monitoring, Assessment, and Planning (DRI MAP) Michael Crimmins Climate Services 2010 Completed
Forecast Evaluation Holly Hartmann Research 2001 Completed
Climate Change & Poetry Eric Magrane Research 2015 Completed
New Mexico Agroclimate Gregg Garfin Climate Services 2013 Ongoing
Planning for Local Government Climate Challenges: Connecting Research and Practice Daniel Ferguson Research 2010 Completed
Snow Cover Mapping Roger Bales Climate Services 2002 Completed
Western Adaptation Alliance – A Collaboration Project for Adaptation and Resilience to Climate Extremes Gregg Garfin Research 2014 Ongoing
WestMap - Climate Analysis & Mapping Toolbox Andrew Comrie Climate Services 2002 Completed
Climate Mitigation and Agriculture: Public Policy Education George Frisvold Research 2010 Ongoing
END InSight: El Niño-Drought Initiative Gregg Garfin Climate Services 2002 Completed
Evaluating Existing and Developing New Drought Indices Using Modeled Soil Moisture Time Series Michael Crimmins Research 2017 Ongoing
Scenario Planning in the Cienegas Watershed Kiyomi Morino Research 2013 Completed
Building Climate Science into Land and Water Conservation Planning and Decision Making in the American Southwest Gregg Garfin Research 2012 Ongoing
Dendrochronology in the Tribal Lands of Northeast Arizona Connie Woodhouse Research 2010 Completed
Climate Variables and Water Market Prices Bonnie Colby Research 2002 Completed
Evaluating the Use of Urban Heat Island and Heat Increase Modeling in Land Use and Planning Decision-Making Ladd Keith Research 2017 Ongoing
Arizona’s Views on Climate Change Gregg Garfin Research 2013 Completed
Western Adaptation Alliance – A Collaboration Project for Adaptation and Resilience to Climate Extremes Gregg Garfin Research 2014 Completed
Arizona Drought Planning and Mitigation Gregg Garfin Research 2003 Completed
Climate in Context (RISA Book) Gregg Garfin Research 2012 Completed
Adaptation to Climate Variability and Change: Markets, Policy, Technology, and Information George Frisvold Research 2005 Ongoing
Paleoclimatic Indicators of Surface Water Resources in the Chuska Mountains, Navajo Nation Becky Brice Research 2017 Ongoing
Forecast Evaluation and Application Research Holly Hartmann Research 2007 Completed
Impacts of Climate Extremes to Interstate and Local Trucking Industries across New Mexico and Arizona David DuBois Research 2018 Ongoing
RISA: An Organizational Ethnography Alison Meadow Research 2014 Ongoing
Economic Analysis of Water Resources and Ski Recreation Bonnie Colby Research 2004 Completed
CLIMAS Project and Program Evaluation Gigi Owen Research 2012 Ongoing
Border Climate Summary Gregg Garfin Climate Services 2009 Completed
Adaptation Strategies for Water and Energy Sectors in the Southwest Bonnie Colby Research 2007 Ongoing
Western Region Climate Services Provider Database Ben McMahan Research 2018 Ongoing
Colorado River Research Group Jonathan Overpeck Research 2014 Ongoing
Managing Flash Floods: Risk Perception from a Cultural Perspective Katherine Hirschboeck Research 2006 Completed
Knowledge to Action: An Assessment of the Transfer of Climate Science to Decision Making Daniel Ferguson Research 2009 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
Sectoral Impacts of Drought and Climate Change George Frisvold Research 2008 Ongoing
The Influence of Climate on Lower Colorado Streamflow Variability: Present, Past, and Future Connie Woodhouse Research 2017 Ongoing
Views of Drought across the Cattle Ranching Communities of Southwestern New Mexico and Northwestern Chihuahua David DuBois Research 2016 Ongoing
Community Vulnerability Assessments Timothy Finan Research 1999 Completed

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