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Climate Change Risks To Our Snowmelt Water Supply and Possible Adaptation Responses in the Southwest U.S.
Submitted by Armida on Wed, 12/31/2014 - 12:44
|Title||Climate Change Risks To Our Snowmelt Water Supply and Possible Adaptation Responses in the Southwest U.S.|
|Publication Type||Conference Proceedings|
|Year of Conference||2014|
|Authors||Rango, Albert, Elias Emile, and Steele Caiti|
|Conference Name||82nd Annual Western Snow Conference|
|Series Title||Proceedings of the Western Snow Conference|
|Conference Location||Durango, Colorado|
|Keywords||adaptation, climate change, regional climate hub, variability|
USDA Regional Climate Hubs were established in 2014 to assist stakeholders in maintaining high agricultural productivity under conditions of climate change. The Southwest Regional Climate Hub is characterized by extreme climate variability and physical diversity. In the Southwest, as climate changes, water scarcity will become the most important issue.