The University of Arizona

CLIMAS
Title CLIMAS Lead Project Type Start Date Statussort ascending
Community and Conservation: Assessing Public Values Toward the Lower Colorado River and Delta Margaret Wilder Research 2004 Completed
Almonds Fish and a Modern Dust Bowl: Narratives of Drought Vulnerability and Adaption in California’s San Joaquin Valley Christina Greene Research 2015 Completed
TreeFlow: A Drought Planning Resource for Water Management in the Western U.S. Connie Woodhouse Climate Services 2008 Completed
Strengths and Limitations of Long-term Streamflow Scenarios in the Southwestern United States Holly Hartmann Research 2007 Completed
Use-Inspired Research On Adaptation Strategies Of Farmer-Managed Irrigation Systems In Gandaki Basin, Nepal Bhuwan Thapa Research 2015 Completed
Climatic Sensitivities of Navajo Forestlands Chris Guiterman Research 2014 Completed
Paleo-Southwest Monsoon Dynamics Jonathan Overpeck Research 2008 Completed
Urban Water Sensitivity Analysis Barbara Morehouse Research 1998 Completed
Categorizing Urban Landscapes to Assess Drought Vulnerability Rolston St. Hilaire Climate Services 2008 Completed
Climate, Water Availability, and Southwest Park Visitation George Frisvold Research 1999 Completed
Seasonality Matters: Changing Temperature Distributions Across the Southwest Zack Guido Research 2012 Completed
Innovative Water Transfer Tools for Regional Adaptation to Climate Change Bonnie Colby Climate Services 2009 Completed
Ranching and Ranchette Economics Dan Osgood Research 2000 Completed
Planning for Local Government Climate Challenges: Connecting Research and Practice Daniel Ferguson Research 2010 Completed
Developing Useful Science: Methods for Engaging Stakeholders and Evaluating Integrated Climate Tools Gigi Owen Research 2009 Completed
Economic Values of Riparian Corridors Bonnie Colby Research 2001 Completed
Dendrochronology in the Tribal Lands of Northeast Arizona Connie Woodhouse Research 2010 Completed

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