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Assessing climate data and information needs to enhance the resiliency of water resources on reservation lands in the southwestern United States
Indigenous communities are among some of the most vulnerable to climate change impacts, particularly with regards to their water resources. Planning eﬀectively to remain resilient within existing socio-cultural, political, ...
Collaborative Modeling to Assess Climate Adaptation and Science Information Needs in Snow-fed River Systems
Snow-fed river systems are acutely sensitive to climate change, providing unique case studies to advance an emergent field of socio-hydrology. Climate change alters seasonal snowpack dynamics with warmer temperatures ...
Implications of increasing snow ephemerality for Great Basin hydrology and vegetation
Ephemeral snow is defined in a common persistence threshold as snowpack that persists for less than 60 consecutive days. Current observation and modeling techniques for ephemeral snowpack are lacking or underutilized. ...