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Participants specializing in various disciplines, often from the natural and social science fields, are invited to attend these events. Public Lectures held during the workshops are open to the public. If you are interested in learning more please contact us
November 08, 2020 to November 13, 2020Science Session
Toward Improving Decadal Climate PredictionsDecember 21, 2015
George Boer, Gerald Meehl, Doug Smith
2015 workshop co-chairs George Boer, Jerry Meehl, and Doug Smith, report on the outcomes of the Decadal Climate Predictions: Improving Our Understanding of Processes and Mechanisms to Make Better Predictions AGCI workshop. The new field of decadal climate prediction has the potential to provide time-evolving regional climate information on timescales of 1–10 years.
First Convening of the Coordinated Global and Regional Assessment (CGRA)December 10, 2015
James Oliver and Erik Mencos Contreras
James Oliver & Erik Mencos Contreras offer insight into AGCI's 2015 AgMIP Workshop on Coordinated Global and Regional Integrated Assessments of Climate Change and Food Security. The CGRA workshop was one of the first efforts to focus on the melding together of differing disciplines and scales to develop a more consistent and complete assessment of food security.
Portugal Professor Speaks in Aspen about Community Climate Change ResiliencyDecember 02, 2015
Aspen Public Radio
2015 AGCI public lecturer Jose Palma-Oliveira, spoke with Aspen Public Radio about his talk Predicting Community Resilience in a Changing Climate, along with thoughts on the 2015 Paris Climate talks, and how Aspen can improve its own resiliency.
Climate Scientist Visits Aspen, Weighs in on White House 'Clean Power Plan'August 05, 2015
Aspen Public Radio
Katharine Hayhoe, one of AGCI's 2015 public lecture speakers, was interviewed by Aspen Public Radio about how climate change impacts Aspen, the White House's Clean Power Plan, and insights into her public lecture on Climate Change: Connecting the Global Challenge to our Local Response.
Engaging Stakeholders on Forest Health: A Model for Integrating Climatic, Ecological, and Societal Indicators at the Watershed ScaleJune 11, 2015
Journal of Forestry
James Arnott, Elise Osenga, Jamie Cundiff, and John Katzenberger
This article on the Forest Health Index written by AGCI and ACES staff was published as the cover story of the September edition the the Journal of Forestry. The Forest Health Index advisory board reconvened in October 2015 to explore opportunities to advance the Index both technically and philosophically.
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