There is a growing need for information about changing climate conditions to guide planning, ranging from agriculture to water and energy systems to coastal infrastructure. However, many of the scientific data products available to decision-makers were not produced with their needs in mind and lack credibility information that could be used to guide the use of certain data products for specific applications. In this presentation, Andy Jones describes two lines of research aimed at addressing this gap â€" a stakeholder-informed model climate model evaluation approach, and the development of decision-support tools that enable a risk-based approach to adaptation planning given uncertain future conditions.
Speaker: Andy Jones, Lawrence Berkeley National Labs
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