Dec 3 2019

CASC presentations at the 2019 American Geophysical Union Meeting

people at a poster session at a large conference

The 2014 AGU meeting in San Francisco. Image credit: NASA Ames

Are you attending the 2019 American Geophysical Union meeting next week in San Francisco, CA?

Check out these presentations from the AK CASC and other regional Climate Adaptation Science Centers. 

 

 

 

Tuesday, December 10

Presentation: Identification of Regions Susceptible to Thermokarst Initiation due to “Climate Priming” on the Alaskan Arctic Coastal Plain

Contributor: Bob Bolton (Alaska CASC researcher)

Time: 10:35 am - 10:50 am

Location: Moscone West - 2006, L2

 

Wednesday, December 11

Poster: The effects of wildfire on snow water resources estimated from canopy disturbance patterns and meteorological conditions

Contributor: C. David Moeser (South Central CASC researcher)

Time: 1:40 pm - 6:00 pm

Location: Moscone South - poster hall C33B-1569

 

Poster: Processing & Transforming Downscaled Climate Projections for Users in Hawai‘i

Contributor: Abby Frazier (Pacific Islands CASC researcher)

Time: 1:40 pm - 6:00 pm

Location: Moscone South - poster hall PA33C-1099

 

Presentation: Navigating the Boundary Between Science and Practice to Support Regional Climate Resilience

Contributor: Amy Snover (Northwest CASC researcher)

Time: 04:12 pm - 04:22 pm

Location: Moscone South - 301-302, L3

 

Thursday, December 12

Presentation: Current Changes in Alpine Ecosystems of Pacific Islands

Contributor: Abby Frazier (Pacific Islands CASC researcher)

Time: 5:45 – 6:00 pm

Location: Moscone West 2003, L2

 

Friday, December 13

Presentation: An improved Newhall Simulation Model for predicting soil moisture

Contributor: Grant Snitker (South Central CASC researcher)

Time: 08:00 - 12:20

Location: Moscone South - Poster Hall

 

Presentation: Dynamical downscaling of near-term internal climate variability and change for the main Hawaiian Islands using WRF ensemble simulations

Contributor: Katrina Fandrich (Pacific Islands CASC fellow)

Time: 08:00 - 12:20

Location: Moscone South - Poster Hall

 

Presentation: Exploring subtropical mountain buffering against globally-forced precipitation declines: Results from a high-resolution climate model experiment for Puerto Rico

Contributor: Adam J Terando (Southeast CASC), Jared Bowden (Southeast CASC researcher), Ryan Boyles (Southeast CASC), Jaime Collazo

Time: 08:00 am - 12:20 pm

Location: Moscone South - Poster Hall