2012 WWA Stakeholder Meeting
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Final Agenda (pdf)
Part 1: Welcome; Meeting Purpose; Followup from 2011; WWA Revisioning Process & New Framework: Recently Completed Projects (1 of 2)
Part 2: Recently Completed Projects (2 of 2)
Part 3: Ongoing and New Projects (1 of 2)
Part 4: Ongoing and New Projects (2 of 2)
WWA Project Descriptions (pdf)
L. Smith and N. Stern (2011) Uncertainty in science and its role in climate policy Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A
Neely, B., R. Rondeau, J. Sanderson, C. Pague, B. Kuhn, J. Siemers, L. Grunau, J. Robertson, P. McCarthy, J. Barsugli, T. Schulz, and C. Knapp, Eds. (2011). Gunnison Basin: Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment for the Gunnison Climate Working Group. Prepared by The Nature Conservancy, Colorado Natural Heritage Program, Western Water Assessment, and University of Alaska-Fairbanks. Project of the Southwest Climate Change Initiative.
USA Today. USA Today Analysis: Nation's Water Costs Rushing Higher. September 27, 2012.
A Socioeconomic Impacts and Adaptation Strategies Clearinghouse (WWA Project): Database of Documents
Western Adaptation Alliance - Sustainable Communities Leadership Academy workshop on Climate Adaptation & Resilience [mentioned by Laurna Kaatz]
UCAR COMET MetEd site - Introduction to Climate Models and other trainings
The Center for Research on Environmental Decisions (CRED). The Psychology of Climate Change Communication. A Guide for Scientists, Journalists, Educators, Political Aides, and the Interested Public.
B. L. Harding, A. W. Wood, and J. R. Prairie. (2012) The implications of climate change scenario selection for future streamflow projection in the Upper Colorado River Basin. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences.
Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences
CIRES Auditorium, 3rd floor CIRES/Ekeley Bldg.
University of Colorado Boulder Campus