The University of Arizona

CLIMAS

Title CLIMAS Lead Project Typesort ascending Start Date Status
The Lower San Pedro Conservation Collaborative: Stakeholder Engagement on Climate and Environmental Vulnerability Ben McMahan Research 2019 Ongoing
Air Quality and Climate David DuBois Research 2010 Ongoing
Managing Flash Floods: Risk Perception from a Cultural Perspective Katherine Hirschboeck Research 2006 Completed
Arizona Business Resilience Initiative - An Initiative To Support Arizona’s Business Community In Managing Climate Risk Ben McMahan Research 2015 Ongoing
Adaptation Strategies for Water and Energy Sectors in the Southwest Bonnie Colby Research 2007 Ongoing
Transdisciplinary Environmental Science for Society Professional Development Program Connie Woodhouse Research 2020 Ongoing
Climate Change Analysis for the City of Tucson Gregg Garfin Research 2012 Ongoing
Knowledge to Action: An Assessment of the Transfer of Climate Science to Decision Making Daniel Ferguson Research 2009 Completed
Building A Regional Climate Database: Applications For Research, Collaboration, and Public Engagement - Integrating Climate Data into Ecological Analysis, Monitoring, and Restoration Ben McMahan Research 2014 Completed
Sectoral Impacts of Drought and Climate Change George Frisvold Research 2008 Ongoing
Toward Increased Energy Efficiency in Tucson: Evaluating an Energy Efficiency Workshop for Tucson Businesses Valerie Rountree Research 2015 Completed
La Niña Drought Tracker Zack Guido Climate Services 2010 Completed
Community Vulnerability Assessments Timothy Finan Research 1999 Completed
Metrics and Measurement of Adaptation Margaret Wilder Research 2014 Ongoing
Climate and Heath Andrew Comrie Research 2008 Ongoing
Patterns and Causes of Southwest Drought Variability Jonathan Overpeck Research 2009 Ongoing
Southwest Climate Gap Margaret Wilder Research 2015 Ongoing
Evaluation of Arizona Drought Watch: The State's Drought Impacts Reporting System Alison Meadow Research 2009 Completed
Tree-ring Reconstructions of Past Climate in the Southwest Malcolm Hughes Research 2000 Completed
Rio Grande|Bravo Climate Impacts & Outlook Gregg Garfin Climate Services 2015 Ongoing

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