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Gregg Garfin: Selected Presentations
By Gregg Garfin | October 30, 2012
2012 "Southwest Drought 2011-2012." NOAA MAPP Drought Task Force Meeting, October 26, 2012, Fort Collins, CO.
2012 "Drought Communication: Southwest." NOAA Climate Diagnostics and Prediction Workshop, October 25, 2012, Fort Collins, CO.
2012 "The National Climate Assessment: Briefing for MtnClim 2012." MTNCLIM 2012 Mountain Climate Research Conference, October 2, 2012, Estes Park, CO.
2012 "The National Climate Assessment: Briefing for U.S. CLIVAR." U.S. CLIVAR Annual Summit, July 18, 2012, Newport Beach, CA.
2012 "Transborder Climate and experiments in climate communication: building a foundation for adaptation." Third Conference on Biodiversity and Management of the Madrean Archipelago. May 2, 2012, Tucson, AZ.
2012 "Noah's Flood and Joseph's Drought: Why it Makes Sense to Prepare for Climate Change." Desert Wisdom in a Time of Climate Change, Interfaith Power and Light. April 28, 2012, Scottsdale, AZ.
2012 "Climate Variability and Change: Projections for the Southwest, the Colorado River Basin, and Tucson." City of Tucson Climate Change Committee Meeting. January 13, 2012, Tucson, AZ.
2011 "Overview of the Southwest Climate Change Assessment Report." Town Hall Meeting on Southwest Climate Change Assessment Report, 2011 AGU Fall Meeting. December 5, 2011, San Francisco, CA.
2011 "Progress and Pitfalls in Presenting Climate Change Model Information to Resource Managers and the Public," at the National Research Council Panel for developing a National Strategy for Advancing Climate Modeling. August 17, 2011, Seattle, Washington.
2011 “Drought Ready Communities: Arizona and U.S. Drought Monitoring and Decision Support” at the Drought Ready Communities workshop series, March 22-24, 2011, in Kingman, Phoenix, and Tucson, AZ.
2011 “Climate Friendly Park Employees, Part II: Recommendations for Intermountain Region climate change training.” George Wright Society Conference on Parks, Protected Areas and Cultural Sites. March 16, 2011, New Orleans, LA. (Authors: G. Garfin, Mabel Crescioni-Benitez, Holly Hartmann, Theresa Ely, John Keck, Jim Kendrick, Kristin Legg, Janet Wise, Lisa Graumlich, Jonathan Overpeck)
2011 “Climate Adaptation in the Southwest” at the School of Natural Resources and the Environment Seminar Series, March 11, 2011, Tucson, AZ.2011. “Border Climate Summary” at the National Weather Service Virtual Border Workshop, March 10, 2011. Workshop web page - http://www.srh.noaa.gov/epz/?n=vbcpresentations. Garfin presentation - http://www.srh.noaa.gov/media/epz/2011VBC/Garfin_BCS_10Mar2011.pdf
2011 "Impacts of Climate Change in the Southwestern U.S." at The Arctic is Melting and the Desert is Burning: Impacts Globally and Locally (sponsored by Clean Air-Cool Planet, Avalon Trust, and Ambassador of Norway to the United States, His Excellency Wegger Chr. Strommen), February 9, 2011, Santa Fe, NM.
2011 “Hands across the water: an integrative approach to uncertainty and decision-making” at the 91st American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, January 24, 2011, Seattle, WA.
2011 “A climate service experiment in developing a local and indigenous peoples' knowledge network for adaptation to drought and climate change” at the 91st American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting. January 26, 2011, Seattle, WA, . (Authors: D. Ferguson, S. Trainor, C. Anderson, G. Garfin)
2010 “Getting Beyond First Base: Science-Society Communication for Climate Adaptation” at the 2010 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting (session on Priorities and Pitfalls: Pathways for Effective Science Communication), December 16, 2010, San Francisco, CA.
2010 “A Plausible Range: Some Observations on How Resource Managers are Tackling Climate Change Uncertainties” Machida Session on Risk Perception, Communicating Scientific Knowledge Under Uncertaintiesat the 2010 MTNCLIM Workshop, June 7, 2010, Blue River, OR (invited) (Authors: Garfin, Gregg M. Cross, Molly, Brundiers, Katja, Enquist, Carolyn, Bark, Rosalind, Gori, David, Gober, Patricia, McCarthy, Patrick, Jacobs, Katharine)
2010 “Climate, Forest, and Fire Regime Changes in the Western U.S.” at the National Advanced Fire & Resource Institute, Fire in Ecosystem Mangement course M-580, Monday, April 26, 2010, Tucson, AZ (invited) (Authors: Thomas Swetnam and Gregg Garfin)
2010 “Translational Environmental Research to Provide Decision and Discussion Support in North America’s Border Regions” at the 106th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, session on Across Borders: Moving Toward Sustainable Resource Management at the Nexus of Water, Climate, Environment, and Governance in the Americas, April 16, 2010, Washington, DC.
2010 “Climate Adaptation Partnerships in Semiarid North America” at the American Meteorological Society 90th Annual Meeting, session on The Emergence of New Scientific Partnerships. January 18, 2010, Atlanta, GA.
2009 “CHANGE (Climate and Hydrology Academic Network for Governance and the Environment)” at the American Water Resources Association Annual Water Resources Conference. November 12, 2009, Seattle, WA. (Authors: G. Garfin, N. Lee, T. Rolfe).
2009 “The Moisture Balance Drought Index and Efforts to Improve Drought Indicator Reporting" at the U.S. Drought Monitor Forum. October 8, 2009, Austin, TX. (Authors: G. Garfin, M. Lenart, A. Ellis, K. Murphy).
2009 “Reducing Drought Vulnerability Through An Urban Landscape Decision Tool” (poster) at the 7th NOAA Climate Predictions Application Science Workshop. March 25, 2009, Norman, OK. (R. St. Hiliare, G. Garfin, C. Fraisse, M. Bean, S. Daifallah Al-Kofahi, M. Ghazi Al-Ajlouni, E. Lay)
2009 “Information Flows and Policy: Climate, Cyclones, and Adaptive Water-Resources Management at the US-Mexico Border” at the American Meteorological Society 89th Annual Meeting. January 13, 2009, Phoenix, AZ. (Authors: Garfin, G., C. Scott, A. Coles, A. Ray, D. Gochis, L. Farfan, T. Cavazos, K. Sammler, R. Varady, M. Wilder, N. Pineda, M. Montero, A. Browning-Aiken).
2009. “Drought and Climate Services in Arizona” at The Socio-Economic benefits of National Hydro-Meteorological Services: Making a Business Case for Support. 2009 National Weather Service International Session – 89th AMS Annual Meeting. January 9, 2009 ─ Phoenix, AZ. (invited)