Free webinars about Extreme Weather and Climate Change
Register now for two upcoming free webinars about Extreme Weather and Climate Change (March 5 and April 16):
Attribution of Extreme Weather
March 5, 2014
4.30-6:00 pm MST
Experts from NOAA's Earth System Research Laboratory, Dr. Stephanie Herring and Dr. Martin Hoerling, will join facilitators Dr. Anne Gold of CIRES and Deb Morrison of University Colorado Boulder. Dr. Herring and Dr. Hoerling collaborated on the Explaining Extreme Events of 2012 From a Climate Perspective report, which resulted in their inclusion on Foreign Policy magazine's Top 100 Global Thinkers list. In this interactive panel discussion, the scientists will discuss what characterizes an extreme weather event. We’ll also explore how scientists attribute single events or trends in extreme weather to climate change. Register now!
Extreme Weather: Mitigation & Resiliency to Climate Change
April 16, 2014
4.30-6:00 pm MST
Dr. Kathleen Tierney, Director of the CU Boulder’s Natural Hazards Center and Dr. Kevin Trenberth from the Climate Analysis Section at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) will join facilitators Dr. Anne Gold of CIRES and Deb Morrison of University Colorado Boulder in an interactive panel discussion. These experts will discuss how scientists can forecast where extreme events will occur and their severity. We’ll cover what communities and governments can do to increase resiliency to extreme weather events and how the scientific community can help prepare citizens and government. Register now!
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