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Fiona Davey (left) and Stephanie Choi (right)

UA Students Launch Women in Green Leadership Project

January 3, 2017

University of Arizona students Stephanie Choi and Fiona Davey are weaving together feminism and environmental sustainability to highlight and discuss how climate change affects the lives and careers of women across the globe.

Mike Crimmins and Zack Guido Taping a Podcast.

ENSO: A Gift That Keeps Almost Giving

December 18, 2016

In the December (Holiday!) edition of the CLIMAS Southwest Climate Podcast, Mike Crimmins and Zack Guido discuss the last few months of (warm, mostly dry) weather in the Southwest; what the season may hold, given the "weak" La Niña conditions that may (or may not) be sticking around through the early part of 2017; and how the impacts we look for in the Southwest are connected to much larger regional and global phenomena.

Saguaro National Park (Photo courtesy of Joe Parks)

Southwest Climate Outlook December 2016

December 15, 2016

November precipitation totals were average to above average in Arizona’s climate divisions, and above average to much above average in New Mexico’s climate divisions. Long-term drought conditions persist across the Southwest. Borderline weak La Niña conditions are present but are declining, with a likely return of neutral conditions during winter 2016–2017. The December 15 NOAA Climate Prediction Center’s outlook for January calls for increased chances of below-average precipitation and above-average temperatures.