The University of Arizona

CLIMAS
Title CLIMAS Lead Project Typesort ascending Start Date Status
Preparing for High-Consequence, Low-Probability Events: Heat, Water & Energy in the Southwest Gregg Garfin Research 2015 Completed
Wildfire Alternatives (WALTER) Barbara Morehouse Research 2000 Completed
Adaptation and Resilience to Climate Change, Drought, and Water Demand in the Urbanizing Southwestern United States and Northern Mexico Margaret Wilder Research 2008 Completed
Tribal Drought Information for Monitoring, Assessment, and Planning (DRI MAP) Michael Crimmins Climate Services 2010 Completed
Identifying Gaps Stakeholder Needs Regarding the Climate-Health Connection Heidi Brown Research 2017 Ongoing
Planning for Drought in the Warming and Drying Southwest: Drought Indicators to Support Tribal Decision Making in the Four Corners Daniel Ferguson Climate Services 2013 Completed
Predicting Valley Fever Incidence Andrew Comrie Research 2000 Completed
Forecast Evaluation Holly Hartmann Research 2001 Completed
A Colorado River Shortage Declaration: Planning, Responses, and Consequences George Frisvold Research 2017 Ongoing
Climatic Sensitivities of Navajo Forestlands Chris Guiterman Research 2014 Completed
Snow Cover Mapping Roger Bales Climate Services 2002 Completed
Southwest Tribal Data Summit: Partnering with Southwest Indigenous Communities to Identify Data Challenges, Needs, and Opportunities Stephanie Carroll Climate Services 2017 Ongoing
Droughtview - Keeping an Eye on Drought: Satellite Based Drought Monitoring and Assessment Michael Crimmins Climate Services 2013 Ongoing
END InSight: El Niño-Drought Initiative Gregg Garfin Climate Services 2002 Completed
Outreach for Small Hydropower Governance in Chile Sarah Kelly Research 2017 Ongoing
Treeflow - Streamflow Reconstructions from Tree Rings Connie Woodhouse Climate Services 2013 Ongoing
Seasonality Matters: Changing Temperature Distributions Across the Southwest Zack Guido Research 2012 Completed
Building Climate Science into Land and Water Conservation Planning and Decision Making in the American Southwest Gregg Garfin Research 2012 Ongoing
Climate Variables and Water Market Prices Bonnie Colby Research 2002 Completed
Collaborative Research on Environmental Risks and Built Environment in the Borderlands of the Southwest Ben McMahan Research 2018 Ongoing
Knowledge Exchange and Needs Assessment on Adaptation to Climate Change in the Colorado River Gregg Garfin Research 2010 Completed
Projections of Climate Impacts on Vector-Borne Diseases and Valley Fever in Arizona Heidi Brown Research 2015 Ongoing
Arizona Drought Planning and Mitigation Gregg Garfin Research 2003 Completed
Adaptation to Climate Variability and Change: Markets, Policy, Technology, and Information George Frisvold Research 2005 Ongoing
Climate and Health Adaptation Monitoring Program (CHAMP): Identifying gaps in stakeholder needs regarding the climate-health connection Heidi Brown Research 2018 Ongoing
Southwest Monsoon Tracker Zack Guido Climate Services 2010 Completed
Is adaptation mal-adaptation: an assessment of mosquitoes and water harvesting Heidi Brown Research 2019 Ongoing
CLIMAS Contributions to the National Climate Assessment Gregg Garfin Research 2011 Completed
Exploring the Use of Climate and Remote Sensing Data to Support Drought Monitoring Across the Southwest U.S. Michael Crimmins Research 2014 Ongoing
Economic Analysis of Water Resources and Ski Recreation Bonnie Colby Research 2004 Completed
Forecast Evaluation and Application Research Holly Hartmann Research 2007 Completed
Environmental Risks and Built Environment in the Borderland of the Southwest Ben McMahan Research 2019 Ongoing
Climate and Weather Services for Disaster Management: A FEMA, NWS, and CLIMAS Collaboration Zack Guido Research 2012 Completed
Using Critical Thresholds to Customize Climate Projections of Extreme Events to User Needs and Support Decisions Gregg Garfin Research 2014 Ongoing
Managing Flash Floods: Risk Perception from a Cultural Perspective Katherine Hirschboeck Research 2006 Completed
Adaptation Strategies for Water and Energy Sectors in the Southwest Bonnie Colby Research 2007 Ongoing
Transborder Climate Communication Gregg Garfin Climate Services 2012 Completed
Defining Ecosystem Water Needs and Assessing Impacts of Climate Change and Water Diversion on Ecosystems of the Upper Gila River in New Mexico Gregg Garfin Research 2013 Ongoing
Knowledge to Action: An Assessment of the Transfer of Climate Science to Decision Making Daniel Ferguson Research 2009 Completed
Sectoral Impacts of Drought and Climate Change George Frisvold Research 2008 Ongoing

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