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CLIMAS Colloquium Series - Drought in the Southwest

Date: 
Friday, January 26, 2018
Event Time: 
10:30 am
Location: 
ENR2
Room: 
N595
Speaker(s): 
Chris Guiterman, UA Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research

Please join us for the first CLIMAS monthly colloquium of 2018 for a three short presentations followed by a panel discussion focused on our evolving understanding of drought in the Southwest. 

The presentations and speakers will be:

Dr. Connie Woodhouse - UA School of Geography and Development
Runoff efficiency: The impact of warming temperatures on Colorado River drought

Dr. Chris Guiterman - UA Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research
Synchronized growth: The impact of rising temperature and aridity on Navajo Nation forests

Dr. Mike Crimmins - UA Department of Soil, Water, & Environmental Science
Tracking drought across the SW US in a changing climate

This event is open to the public - Join us to hear more about this research and participate in an ongoing dialogue about research in the Southwest!

Webinar Option
These presentations will also be available as a webinar for remote attendees.  To register in advance:
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_gt8EfsHJSoy1KT6IDdjXQQ
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
 

Research Themes: 
Climate and Adaptation