Category Archives: Extreme Weather Community Resilience Project

Field Notes: The Syrian Experience From 2006 Through 2016 Illustrates How Changing Climate Can Worsen the Extremes of Weather and Undermine Critical Infrastructure

The disruption of America‚Äôs critical infrastructures due to climate-amplified extreme weather damage or rising sea levels could be among the … Continue reading

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Field Notes: Adapting to Drought is More Complicated Than it Looks.

Deep into its fourth year of statewide drought, California’s evolving actions to reduce urban water use illustrate the challenges. View … Continue reading

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Field Notes: The Pace of Extreme Weather over the Last Decade Appears Faster. Is it Natural Variability, Climate Disruption…Or Both?

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Field Notes: “You Don’t Want To Meet Someone for the First Time While You’re Standing Around in the Rubble.”

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Field Notes: Collapse of Thwaites Glacier in Antarctica: A Wake-Up Call for U.S.

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