Understanding uncertainties in future Colorado River streamflow 10 February 2014

Understanding uncertainties in future Colorado River streamflow

Research funded by the RISA program was published in the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. The publication - Understanding Uncertainties in Future Colorado River Streamflow - is a synthesis of studies on Colorado River streamflow projections that examines methodological and model differences and their implications for water management. 

Hawaii RISA helps create climate change adaptation report 5 February 2014

Hawaii RISA helps create climate change adaptation report

A report was based on the Pacific Islands Regional Climate Assessment (PIRCA) was recently presented to the President's Task Force for Climate Preparedness and Resilience.

CPO scientists present at NCSE Conference 3 February 2014

CPO scientists present at NCSE Conference

CPO's Adam Parris and Caitlin Simpson spoke at the National Council for Science and the Environment's conference: "Building Climate Solutions,"  which took place in Arlington, Va. from Jan. 28-30.

WWA researchers discuss study at climate change roundtable 21 January 2014

WWA researchers discuss study at climate change roundtable

Researchers from the Western Water Assessment – a part of CPO’s Regional Integrated Sciences & Assessments (RISA) program – joined a Jan. 17 roundtable discussion on climate impacts in Salt Lake City featuring members of the White House staff.

Climate Solutions Center opens at the University of Arizona 20 January 2014

Climate Solutions Center opens at the University of Arizona

Climate Assessment for the Southwest (CLIMAS), a RISA program, announced that the University of Arizona's Institute of the Environment has opened the Center for Climate Adaptation Science and Solutions, or CCASS, to help  link science with the needs of decision makers

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