Webinar Series - Alaska Drought

Description

Alaska Center for Climate Assesment and Policy presents: Alaska Drought Webinar Series

 

Hear from Rick Thoman, Alaska climate specialist, who will review past climate information focusing on unusual dry times and will provide a statewide overview, including tools typically used to access drought/precipitation deficit. Then another webinar from David Simeral, drought monitor author, who will explain the U.S. drought monitor process. Both webinars will have time for questions from the audience.

 

https://uaf-accap.org/research-activities/alaska-drought-webinar-series/

 

Additional webinars include:

16 February (12pm AKST) | Climate review: history of climate extremes focusing on drought

18 February (12pm AKST) | US Drought Monitor Process, understand the drought maps

23 February (2pm AKST) | What does drought look like in Southeast Alaska

2 March (12pm AKST) | What does drought look like in Southcentral Alaska

9 March (12pm AKST) | What does drought look like in the Aleutian islands & Southwest Alaska

16 March (12pm AKST) | What does drought look like in Interior Alaska

23 March (12pm AST) | What does drought look like in Northwest Alaska

Date(s)

Feb 16, 2021 12:00 pm
AKDT

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Webinars, Seminars and Presentations

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