Reports and assessments
The Southwest Climate Adaptation Science Center has produced yearly annual reports since 2011 in an effort to provide helpful information to stakeholders, policy makers, and associated researchers. Click through to find out more information about this and get a quick overview of the efforts and research the SW CASC has been doing throughout the years.
Preventing Extreme Fire Events
The final technical report for "Preventing Extreme Fire Events by Learning from Historical Fire Events, Weather, and Drought" provides a better understanding of the longer- and shorter-term environmental factors that drive fire activity and provides the basis for a new set of predictive models of wildland fires using weather and drought measures for the major climate regions in California. The project is a combined effort from researchers at the U.S. Geological Survey, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, and Desert Research Institute.