California’s Climate Future: Water and the Sierra Nevada
February 9, 2017 at 7:30 PM | Lenart Auditorium, UCLA Fowler Museum
UCLA Professor and climate scientist, Alex Hall, and his research team have set out to understand just how climate change will impact the mountain landscapes we love and the snowpack California depends on for water. Using innovative techniques, the team has produced leading projections that capture the intricate physical processes affecting climate in the Sierra.
Key findings from the study will be presented and discussed in relation to what they mean for decision-makers, resource managers, and those who care about the fate of California’s iconic mountain range and its unique ecosystems.
Read more about the program via the Institute of the Environment & Sustainability at UCLA. The program is free and open to the public. Please RSVP.