Southwest

Year(s)TitlePrincipal Investigator(s)Contains
2016 - 2018Building Partnerships to Increase Tribal Capacity for Climate Change Adaptation Planning
    • Katharine Jacobs (University of Arizona)
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    2016 - 2017Leaf to Landscape: Understanding and Mapping the Vulnerability of Forests to Hotter Droughts
      • Koren R Nydick (National Park Service)
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      2016 - 2018Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe Traditional Knowledge and Climate Change Adaptation
        • Karletta Chief (University of Arizona)
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        2016 - 2018Supporting Conservation Planning for Landscapes in the Southwest
          • Matt Grabau (Desert Landscape Conservation Cooperative)
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          2015 - 2016Building Partnerships to Support & Assess Tribal Adaptation to Climate Change in the Southwest
            • Katharine Jacobs (University of Arizona)
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            2015 - 2018Can Prescribed Fire Help Forests Survive Drought?
              • James Thorne (University of California, Davis)
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              2015 - 2017Climate and Possible Future Changes to Water Resources in the Salt and Verde River Basins Associated with Atmospheric River Events
                • Francina Dominguez (University of Arizona)
                • Juan Valdes (University of Arizona)
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                2015 - 2017Feedback Index for Assessing the Impact of Restoration on Ecohydrological Processes in Response to Variable Climate
                  • Paul Ferre (Hydrology and Water Resources, University of Arizona)
                  • Jesse Dickinson (Hydrologic Investigations and Research Section)
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                  2015 - 2017Fighting Drought with Fire: Can Managers Increase Forest Resistance to Drought using Prescribed Fire?
                    • Phillip van Mantgem (Redwood Field Station, WERC)
                    • Donald A. Falk (University of Arizona)
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                    2015 - 2017Producing Impactful Science: The Effect of Stakeholder Engagement Strategies on the Use of Climate Science in Management Decisions
                      • Alison Meadow (University of Arizona)
                      2015 - 2018Relations Among Cheatgrass, Fire, Climate, and Sensitive-Status Birds across the Great Basin
                        • Erica Fleishman (University of California, Davis)
                        2015 - 2016Response of High Mountain Ecosystems in the Great Basin to Historic and Future Climate Change
                          • Connie Millar (U.S. Forest Service)
                          2015 - 2017The Impact of Drought on Waterbirds and Their Wetland Habitats in California’s Central Valley
                            • Joseph Fleskes (USGS Dixon Field Station, WERC)
                            • Matthew Reiter (Point Blue Conservation Science)
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                            2012 - 2015Climate Change Vulnerability of the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe in the Southwest
                              • Karletta Chief (University of Arizona)
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                              2012 - 2014Comparative Analysis of Downscaled Climate Simulations, Providing Guidance to End Users
                                • Daniel R Cayan (Branch of Regional Research, Western Region)
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                                2010 - 2012Downscaled Climate and Hydrologic Response for California and the Great Basin
                                  • Lorraine Flint (U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), California Water Science Center)
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                                  2012 - 2014Downscaling Climate Change Models to Local Site Conditions: Effects of Sea-Level Rise and Extreme Events on California Coastal Habitats
                                    • John Y Takekawa (U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Western Ecological Research Center (WERC))
                                    • Glen M MacDonald (University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Institute of the Environment)
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                                    2012 - 2013Multi-Criteria Sensitivity Analysis of the Vulnerability of Hydrologic Systems to Climate Variability and Change in the Southwestern U.S.
                                      • Ty Ferré (University of Arizona (UA), Hydrology and Water Resources)
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                                      2012 - 2015The Vulnerability of Forests to Climate Change and Wildfire in the Southwestern U.S.
                                        • Mark W. Schwartz (John Muir Institute of the Environment, University of California (UC), Davis)
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                                        2011 - 2013Trans-Specific Drivers of Variation in Forecasted Distributional Changes of Southwest Birds and Reptiles
                                          • Barbara Ralston (Southwest Biological Research Center)
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                                          2011 - 2012Climate Assessment, Adaptation Synthesis and Research Needs for the Southwest
                                            • Jonathan T Overpeck (University of Arizona)
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                                            2011 - 2012Climate change impacts in the Southwest: An assessment of next generation climate models for making projections and derivations
                                              • Mark Schwartz (University of California, Davis; John Muir Institute of the Environment)
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