The University of Arizona

CLIMAS

Title CLIMAS Lead Project Typesort ascending Start Date Status
Dendrochronology in the Tribal Lands of Northeast Arizona Connie Woodhouse Research 2010 Completed
Arizona’s Views on Climate Change Gregg Garfin Research 2013 Completed
What makes climate change adaptation effective? Gigi Owen Research 2017 Completed
National Seasonal Assessment Workshops for Fire Potential Gregg Garfin Climate Services 2003 Completed
Climate in Context (RISA Book) Gregg Garfin Research 2012 Completed
Western Adaptation Alliance – A Collaboration Project for Adaptation and Resilience to Climate Extremes Gregg Garfin Research 2014 Completed
An Assessment of Drought and Climate Vulnerability and Resilience in New Mexico’s Rio Grande Basin Christina Greene Research 2019 Ongoing
Decentralization of Urban Water and Sustainability Planning in Border Cities Margaret Wilder Research 2003 Completed
Building Regional Food System Resilience in Southern Arizona - Learning from COVID-19 Gigi Owen Research 2020 Ongoing
Agriculture Water Use George Frisvold Research 2003 Completed
Reconciling Projections of Future Colorado River Streamflow Jonathan Overpeck Research 2007 Completed
CLIMAS Project and Program Evaluation Gigi Owen Research 2012 Ongoing
RISA: An Organizational Ethnography Alison Meadow Research 2014 Ongoing
Colorado River State of Science Report Connie Woodhouse Research 2020 Ongoing
Community and Conservation: Assessing Public Values Toward the Lower Colorado River and Delta Margaret Wilder Research 2004 Completed
Decision Support Tools: CLIDDSS, FET, DDIT, Paleo Toolkit, and Others Holly Hartmann Climate Services 2007 Completed
Border Climate Summary Gregg Garfin Climate Services 2009 Completed
Colorado River Research Group Jonathan Overpeck Research 2014 Ongoing
Use-Inspired Research On Adaptation Strategies Of Farmer-Managed Irrigation Systems In Gandaki Basin, Nepal Bhuwan Thapa Research 2015 Completed
Urban Heat and Health Interventions and Evidence Gaps Ladd Keith Research 2021 Ongoing
Strengths and Limitations of Long-term Streamflow Scenarios in the Southwestern United States Holly Hartmann Research 2007 Completed
TreeFlow: A Drought Planning Resource for Water Management in the Western U.S. Connie Woodhouse Climate Services 2008 Completed
Potential Changes in Future Regional Climate and Related Impacts: A Brief Report for the Central New Mexico Climate Change Scenario Planning Project Jeremy Weiss Research 2013 Completed
Views of Drought across the Cattle Ranching Communities of Southwestern New Mexico and Northwestern Chihuahua David DuBois Research 2016 Ongoing

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