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A new website focused on Scenario Planning for Climate Adaptation, adaptationscenarios.org, has been developed by CCASS and the DOI Southwest Climate Science Center. 

About Us

CCASS/NNCAP welcomes Valerie Small!

Dr. Valerie Small (Apsaalooke'-Crow) has joined the Native Nations Climate Adaptation Program as an Assistant Research Scientist. Dr. Small will be working with Tribes in the Southwest Region in collaboration with CCASS and NNCAP within the Institute of the Environment as well as the Southwest Climate Science Center (SW CSC). She will develop and deliver educational training modules to increase their environmental technical capacity in preparing for, as well as predicting near-term/future effects of climate change.

Prior to joining the UA, Valerie was a training consultant with Colorado State University, Natural Resource Ecology Lab (NREL), working with the North Central Climate Science Center. Her experience includes developing and conducting training and research to support North American Indigenous Tribes adaptation planning efforts to prepare for the effects of a warming climate.  

Publications

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Author Title Type [ Year(Asc)]
2015
Jacobs, K.L., and L. Snow. "Adaptation in the water sector: Science and institutions." Dadealus 144, no. 3 (2015): 59-71.
Moser, S.C., J.M. Melillo, K.L. Jacobs, R.H. Moss, and J.L. Buizer. "Aspirations and common tensions: larger lessons from the third US National Climate Assessment." Climatic Change (2015).
Buizer, J.L., K. Dow, M. Black, K.L. Jacobs, A. Waple, R.H. Moss, S. Moser, A. Luers, D.I. Gustafson, T.C. Richamond et al. "Building a sustained climate assessment process." Climatic Change (2015).
Jacobs, K.L., and J.L. Buizer. "Building community, credibility and knowledge: the third US National Climate Assessment." Climatic Change 135, no. 1 (2015): 22.
Jacobs, K.L.. "California water enters an era of limits." Journal of Extreme Events 2, no. 1 (2015).
Brugger, J, and C Crimmins. "Designing institutions to support local level climate change adaptation: Insights from a case study of the U.S. Cooperative Extension System." Weather, Climate, and Society 7 (2015): 18-38.
Howden, M, and K Jacobs. "Innovations in assessment and adaptation: building on the US National Climate Assessment." Climatic Change (2015).
Brugger, J., A. Meadow, and A. Horangic. "Lessons from first generation climate science integrators." Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2015).
Meadow, A, D Ferguson, Z Guido, A Horangic, G Owen, and T Wall. "Moving toward the deliberate co-production of climate science knowledge." Weather, Climate, and Society 7, no. 2 (2015): 179-191.
Allen, C. D., D. D. Breshears, and N. G. McDowell. "On underestimation of global vulnerability to tree mortality and forest die-off from hotter drought in the Anthropocene." Ecosphere 6, no. 8 (2015): 1-55.
Liverman, D.. "U.S. National climate assessment gaps and research needs: overview, the economy and the international context." Climatic Change (2015).
2014
Ault, T.R., J.E. Cole, J.T. Overpeck, G.T. Pederson, and D.M. Meko. "Assessing the risk of persistent drought using climate model simulations and paleoclimate data." Journal of Climate 27 (2014): 7529-7549.
Ma, X, P Fox, C Tilmes, K Jacobs, and A Waple. "Capturing provenance of global change information." Nature Climate Change 4 (2014): 409-413.
Corell, R W.. "Ch. 29: Research Needs for Climate and Global Change Assessments." Climate Change Impacts in the United States: The Third National Climate Assessment (2014).
Overpeck, JT. "The challenge of biodiversity adaptation under climate change." in Applied Studies in Climate Adaptation (eds J. P. Palutikof, S. L. Boulter, J. Barnett and D. Rissik) (2014).

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