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6th Southwest Hydrometeorology Symposium

DCDC researchers will participate in the poster reception for the 6th Southwest Hydrometeorology Symposium being held September 27-28 at Arizona State University’s Memorial Union. The two day event includes interactive climate and weather forecasting sessions that will focus on impacts of forecasts and feedback on how NOAA products are used. Topics for discussion will include drought, water resources, NOAA’s climate services, and extreme weather events including, but not limited, to excessive heat, severe thunderstorms, flash flooding, dust storms, and hail. Providers and users of weather and climate information will be given a forum at this Symposium with the goal to 1) improve in product usefulness to the user communities and 2) discover/address information gaps which currently exist between providers and customers.

DCDC posters on display include:

  • Hawkins, G.A., E.R. Vivoni, T.H. Mahmood, and H.A. Moreno. 2011. Distributed hydrological modeling of the Beaver Creek watershed: A platform for land cover and climate change assessment. Poster presented September 19-20 at the Arizona Hydrological Society 24th Annual Symposium, Flagstaff, AZ
  • Middel, A., A. Brazel, P. Gober, S. Myint, H. Chang, and J. Duh. 2011. Impacts of weather variability on turbulent heat fluxes in Phoenix, AZ and Portland, OR. Poster presented at the January 13, 2011 13th Annual CAP LTER Poster Symposium, Tempe, AZ
  • Ruddell, D.M., A. Brazel, J. Declet, P.G. Dixon, P. Gober, S. Grossman-Clarke, S.L. Harlan, S. Kelley, and E.A. Wentz. 2011. Environmental tradeoffs in a desert city: An investigation of water use, energy consumption, and local air temperature in Phoenix, AZ. Poster presented at the January 13, 2011 13th Annual CAP LTER Poster Symposium, Tempe, AZ
  • Sampson, D., and D. Sailor. 2011. Coupled energy and water use in the Phoenix metro area as influenced by drought and climate change; empirical observations and simulation analyses. Poster presented at the January 13, 2011 13th Annual CAP LTER Poster Symposium, Tempe, AZ
  • Withycombe, L., A. Wiek, K. Larson, and D. Shaffer. 2011. The water system in Central Arizona-Phoenix: Current state, future scenarios and sustainability vision. Poster presented on May 4, 2011 at the Community of Undergraduate/Graduate Research Scholars (COURS) Poster Session, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ