Advances in Subseasonal to Seasonal Prediction Relevant to Water Management in the Western United States
AffiliationDepartment of Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Arizona
KeywordsCommunications/ decision making
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PublisherAmerican Meteorological Society
CitationSengupta, A., Singh, B., DeFlorio, M. J., Raymond, C., Robertson, A. W., Zeng, X., Waliser, D. E., & Jones, J. (2022). Advances in Subseasonal to Seasonal Prediction Relevant to Water Management in the Western United States. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 103(10), E2168–E2175.
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AbstractVirtual Workshop on Subseasonal to Seasonal Climate Forecasting for Water Management in the Western U.S. What: Scientists and stakeholders came together to discuss forecast priorities for western U.S. water resource management and to review existing and emerging methodologies that can improve prediction of precipitation, circulation regimes, and atmospheric rivers at lead times of weeks to months. When: 15–17 March 2022 Where: Online, hosted by IRI, Columbia Climate School ©2022 American Meteorological Society.
Note6 month embargo; online publication: 10 October 2022
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