SW Climate Outlook June 2017June 15, 2017
<p>May temperatures and precipitation were variable across the Southwest. Taking a longer view, spring precipitation was mostly below average in Arizona, while New Mexico was variable. Spring temperatures were much-above average across most of the Southwest. So far in June, temperatures have ranged from 0 to 8 degrees above normal across much of Arizona and New Mexico, with extreme heat forecast for the week of June 19. June precipitation has been sparse in most of Arizona, with infrequent storm activity mostly in southern and eastern New Mexico.</p>
Take That to the Bank: How Arizona Plans Its Water UseJune 14, 2017
<p>Water storage underground in recharge projects has built a buffer against shortages that may occur in the future, and a publication by the UA's Water Resources Research Center helps to explain it.</p>
Finding the Right Genetic Match: Science, Policy, and Prairie DogsJune 12, 2017
As a 2017 Carson Scholar, Alex Erwin has honed his communication skills to better explain the importance of science, public policy, and the reintroduction of the black-tailed prairie dog to Arizona.
Native Nations Address Climate Change Challenges with Tools of CollaborationJune 6, 2017
UA programs connect students, researchers, and tribal leaders as they address outcomes of climate change for Native Americans.
UA Hosts Interdisciplinary Conference for Environmental Studies and SciencesJune 1, 2017
The Association of Environmental Studies and Sciences brings together scientists and professionals from many fields to discuss of health, wellness, and the environment during their annual conference.