Projects

Start Yearsort ascending Title Principal Investigator(s) Lead Institution(s) Status
2014
Examining the influence of temperature and precipitation on Colorado River water resources: Reconstructing the past to understand the future
Connie Woodhouse
Greg Pederson
University of Arizona
USGS
Complete
2014
Assessing Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptation in the Great Basin: A Policy Perspective on Resource Managers and the Use of Science in Decision Making
Eric Lindquist
Boise State University
Ongoing
2014
Linking Interannual Variations of Extreme Storms with Ecological and Hydrologic Disturbance in the Sierra Nevada
Christine Albano
Mike Dettinger
Desert Research Institute
US Geological Survey
Complete
2014
How Does Climatic Stress at Intermediate Timescales Influence Fire Severity?
Phillip van Mantgem
Donald A. Falk
US Geological Survey
University of Arizona
Complete
2014
Development, Delivery, and Application of Data on Climate Extremes for the Southwestern United States
Erica Fleishman
Alexander Gershunov
University of California, Davis
Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Ongoing
2013
Influence of Interannual North Pacific Jet Variability on Sierra Nevada Fire Regimes
Valerie Trouet
University of Arizona
Complete
2013
Preliminary Assessment of the Landscape of Climate Relevant Resource Management Decisions in the Southwest
Mark Schwartz
University of California Davis
Complete
2013
Evaluating the impact of climate science produced in the Southwest Climate Science Center on resource management agency decisions.
Alison Meadow
University of Arizona
Ongoing
2013
Linking climatic, hydrological, and ecological changes at intermediate timescales in a Great Basin watershed.
Alexandra Lutz
Desert Research Institute
Complete
2013
Natural variability in the changing climate: Interaction of interannual, decadal, and century timescales with daily weather and a focus on extreme events
Alexander Gershunov
Dan Cayan
Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Complete