Speaker: Dan Cayan, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego
Climate models suggest that as climate warms over future decades, California's precipitation regime will become even more volatile, wherein the region takes on an even stronger vulnerability to a "boom and bust" water supply and occasionally heavy flood hazard. In this talk, using evidence presented in the recent California Fourth Climate Change Assessment, we will survey possible changes to California's hydroclimate and discuss some of its implications.
PDH credit available to all attendees. Webinar recording included with registration.