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Road under water: Flooding of farmlands along the San Joaquin River. California, San Joaquin Valley, Friant Dam area. 2006 April 11. Photographer: Pete Fickenscher, NOAA/NWS/WR/RFC Sacramento.

Report Says Science Can Estimate Influence of Climate Change on Some Extreme Events

March 11, 2016

A committee of climate experts that includes the UA's Kathy Jacobs says that it is possible to attribute changes in the frequency or severity of some extreme weather events to climate change. Until recently, scientists have been reluctant to tie human-caused climate change to any single extreme event, but that is now changing.

February 2016 CLIMAS Southwest Climate Podcast

February 26, 2016

In the February episode of the CLIMAS Southwest Climate Podcast, Zack Guido is back, and he and Mike Crimmins sit down to talk, you guessed it, El Niño. They recap what we've seen over the past month, and take a closer look at whether this El Niño event is actually underperforming, whether expectations were set too high going into the season (Godzilla, etc.), and what we might expect for the upcoming month if we can ever break out of this high pressure system.

Rio Grande-Bravo Outlook February 2016

February 23, 2016

Forecasts call for increased chances of below-average temperatures and above-average precipitation for much of the region through April 2016, due to El Niño.

Southwest Climate Outlook - February 2016

February 18, 2016

CLIMAS provides a Climate Summary for February, El Niño Tracker, and a Precipitation and Temperature Forecast. This issue also introduces the Rio Grande-Bravo Outlook. 

White Sonora wheat berries (Courtesy of M A Burgess, BKW Farms)

Haury Grants Aim to Strengthen Community

February 2, 2016

The first round of competitive grants awarded by the UA’s Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment and Social Justice recognizes projects that answer specific problems with inspiring solutions.

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