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Forest Management and Warming Effects on southwestern US river flow

Recent studies suggest that climate change has altered the flow and provision of water from western US rivers to downstream cities and natural communities, but fewer studies have examined hydrological influences related to a century of fire suppression. This study evaluated the effects of changing forest and temperature conditions on 20th century flow patterns in the Salt River in central Arizona. After removing the influence of precipitation and temperature, seasonal ...

Academic Research Perspective I—Challenges Leading to Proposed CIRC

This is webinar seven of the CIRC’s ongoing webinar series Evaluating Decision Support Tools. In this series, CIRC team member Holly Hartmann has been discussing best practices for climate change decision support evaluation.  Climate change decision support is defined by the National Research Council’s 2009 report Informing Decisions in a Changing Climate as “organized efforts to produce, disseminate, and facilitate the use of data and information in order to ...

When seasons change: Building climate connectivity for topographically diverse regions

Morgan Gray is a quantitative ecologist whose research focus is global change biology, with an emphasis on forecasting the impacts of land use and climate change on species and ecosystems for natural resource management and conservation. She has a PhD from UC Berkeley, where her dissertation research was on landscape-scale ecological connectivity. Specifically, she used spatial models and genetic analyses to explore the influence of human land use on mammals ...

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