Wherein we review a study on projected climate impacts to irrigated agriculture and the CIRCulator’s Managing Editor says goodbye. It is now generally acknowledged that warming tied to human-induced climate change is going to hit our species where it will most assuredly count: in the fields that produce our foods, potentially impacting such tabletop essentials…
A look at annual and seasonal precipitation projections for the Pacific Northwest to the year 2100.
An analysis of the future climate of the Columbia River Basin helps create a better understanding of the differences between climate models.
Future warming in the Northwest may be less severe during large precipitation events.
A new look at how atmospheric rivers and extreme precipitation will increase in a changing climate.
A new study points to shortcomings in precipitation modeling that may hinder adaptation efforts.