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Managing for Climate Change

Managing for Climate Change

Managing for Climate Change. National Wildlife Refuges in Alaska. Danielle Jerry, USFWS-AK. 16 refuges Over 76 million acres (82% of the Refuge System, and 18% of Alaska) 18.5 million acres of Wilderness in 10 Alaska Refuges. ANILCA’s 4 Basic Purposes for Alaska Refuges.

By DoraAna
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Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Biome PowerPoint

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Biome PowerPoint

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Biome PowerPoint. Question 1 for $100. Greenland is located in this Biome?. 50:50. A. Tundra. B. Taiga. C. Deciduous Forest. D. Grasslands. Question 2 for $200. The Tropical Rain Forest makes up this country. 50:50. A. Argentina. B. Chili. C. Bolivia.

By Solomon
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Predictability of cold spring seasons in Europe

Predictability of cold spring seasons in Europe

Predictability of cold spring seasons in Europe. Mxolisi E. Shongwe, Christopher A. T. Ferro, Caio A. S. Coelho and Geert Jan van Oldenborgh. Outline. GCM skill in predicting MAM 2-m temperature in Europe Snow – 2-m temperature relationships Model representation of observed snow Summary.

By betty_james
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Winter and shoulder season climate trends at the upland and floodplain sites of the Bonanza Creek LTER

Winter and shoulder season climate trends at the upland and floodplain sites of the Bonanza Creek LTER

Winter and shoulder season climate trends at the upland and floodplain sites of the Bonanza Creek LTER. Eug é nie Euskirchen, Jennifer Harden, Kyle McDonald, Jonathan O’Donnell, Joy Clein, Brian Riordan . Bonanza Creek LTER monthly meeting: January 25, 2007. Motivation I

By marrim
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Physical Properties of the Snowpack

Physical Properties of the Snowpack

Physical Properties of the Snowpack. Richard Brandt – University of Washington Paul Smith’s College 21 Feb 2006. OVERVIEW Microphysical properties: Snow grain types Mass density Metamorphism Thermal properties Thermal Conduction Thermal Convection Optical properties

By makala
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Snow Hydrology

Snow Hydrology

Snow Hydrology. Don Cline Presented at Hydromet 00-1 Monday, 25 October 1999 National Operational Hydrologic Remote Sensing Center Office of Hydrology, National Weather Service, NOAA. Why is Snow Important?. Why is Snow Important?. Snowmelt Flooding. Snowmelt floods are a severe problem:

By mercer
(185 views)

Windbreak Technology

Windbreak Technology

Windbreak Technology. Provided by: John Harrington joharrin@nmsu.edu Mora Research Center New Mexico State University. Wind Direction. General Benefits of Windbreaks. Windbreak Design. Windbreak Benefits. Climate amelioration Home protection Soil protection Crop production

By elina
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From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, October 20, 2005

From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, October 20, 2005

From the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, October 20, 2005 . Leveraging CIG ’ s climate change projections to predict stream flow and temperature in the South Fork Nooksack River. Nate Mantua, Ingrid Tohver , Alan Hamlet, Climate Impacts Group, University of Washington EPA workshop, Seattle

By ruana
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USGEO Strategic Assessment Group Presented to GEO User Interface Committee Sept 23, 2008

USGEO Strategic Assessment Group Presented to GEO User Interface Committee Sept 23, 2008

USGEO Strategic Assessment Group Presented to GEO User Interface Committee Sept 23, 2008. DOE OMB NOAA NASA EPA DOD USDA.

By briallen
(192 views)

NYSnowmobileWebmap.com

NYSnowmobileWebmap.com

NYSnowmobileWebmap.com. Statewide Expansion Project 2012-2013 Season. Mohawk Valley GIS. Feb. 2012. Hi everyone I’m Linda Rockwood, owner of Mohawk Valley GIS in Herkimer, NY. Four years ago, I started the www.NYSnowmobileWebmap.com promotional website, with the Herkimer County clubs.

By morrie
(81 views)

BTV's 2013-14 Winter Weather Workshop: MIC Comments

BTV's 2013-14 Winter Weather Workshop: MIC Comments

December 2013. BTV's 2013-14 Winter Weather Workshop: MIC Comments. Workshop Rules. Four Rules for today’s workshop Learn Have fun Ask lots of questions Put into practice what is discussed. Expectations for the Season. Proactive with providing information :

By cadee
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Burning Effects on Soil Temperature in Subalpine Environments

Burning Effects on Soil Temperature in Subalpine Environments

Burning Effects on Soil Temperature in Subalpine Environments. Ethan Larson MRS, University of Colorado-Boulder Spring 2013. Introduction. Fire effects on soil Changes the soil chemistry More C in soil (Knicker, 2007) Increases in inorganic N Soil retains less water (Iverson, 2002)

By anitra
(149 views)

WMO SPICE Volga (Russia)

WMO SPICE Volga (Russia)

WMO SPICE Volga (Russia). Site Configuration Update Oct 10 th , 2012 Information from Arkadi Koldaev Prepared by Rodica Nitu. Site Layout. Site References (information provided as part of the site submission in June 2012).

By sophie
(122 views)

Habitat Suitability for Populus tremuloides

Habitat Suitability for Populus tremuloides

Habitat Suitability for Populus tremuloides. A Spatial model for the southern portion of the White River National Forest Developed By: Jessica Schurich & Megan Dudley. Scope of Project & Funding. Use field collected data to determine factors that contribute to aspen decline

By habib
(80 views)

Atmospheric Moisture

Atmospheric Moisture

Atmospheric Moisture. Moisture, Clouds, and Precipitation. Humidity Global Precipitation Lifting Mechanisms Precipitation Processes Big Question: What Causes Air to Precipitate?. Global Precipitation. After Saturation Occurs the Air Must Release Extra Water as Fluid.

By lynde
(175 views)

SEA ICE

SEA ICE

Coupler . OCEAN. GFS. MOM4. Atmosphere grid. SEA ICE. Slow loop. fast loop. Tsfc Sea-Ice. Fluxes. X-grid. CFS Coupler. Atmosphere to sea-ice: - downward short- and long-wave radiations, - tbot, qbot, ubot, vbot, pbot, zbot, - psurf, snowfall,ffmm, ffhh

By evette
(121 views)

NO x

NO x

NO x. VOCs. O 3. Snow Cover. Z. q.

By vaughn
(61 views)

Winter Planning Meeting Jan 27, 2011

Winter Planning Meeting Jan 27, 2011

Winter Planning Meeting Jan 27, 2011. State Climatology Office DNR- Division of Ecological and Water Resources. High Water on Red River at Fargo: April 1881 (Courtesy Minnesota Historical Society). Caledonia: 51.68. Marshall: 21.85. 80% 1 in 5 95% 1 in 20 99% 1 in 50.

By halia
(75 views)

Snow depth differences at 10,080 ft. under Limber Pine, Engelmann Spruce, and Aspen trees

Snow depth differences at 10,080 ft. under Limber Pine, Engelmann Spruce, and Aspen trees

Snow depth differences at 10,080 ft. under Limber Pine, Engelmann Spruce, and Aspen trees. By Ryan Zubizarreta. Winter Ecology, 2010 Mountain Research Station, University of Colorado, Boulder EBIO 4100, Sec 570. Question.

By kamin
(128 views)

Satellite data products to support climate modelling: Phenology & Snow Cover

Satellite data products to support climate modelling: Phenology & Snow Cover

Satellite data products to support climate modelling: Phenology & Snow Cover Kristin Böttcher, Sari Metsämäki, Olli-Pekka Mattila, Mikko Kervinen, Mika Aurela, Saku Anttila. Content. Introduction & objectives Satellite time-series Vegetation indices Snow cover

By gomer
(129 views)

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