"Ground/Water: The Art, Design and Science of a Dry River" is a publication edited by several UA faculty members and is part of the Confluencenter's Confluence Beyond Boundaries series.
The latest Southwest Climate Podcast focuses on weather conditions during the deadly Yarnell Hill fire, a more nuanced description of the monsoon, and monsoon forecasting.
Experts in the UA’s department of atmospheric sciences are combining climate research, software development, and applied meteorology to make weather forecast models more accurate and reliable, which may help improve the safety of firefighters.
Wildfires like the Yarnell Hill blaze that killed 19 firefighters Sunday are part of an increasingly hot and dry West, says UA climate expert Gregg Garfin.
Paleoclimatologist professor Jonathan Overpeck describes how research into uncovering the earth’s climate history generates important insights about our climate future.
Motion-sensor-activated trail cameras the UA set up on behalf of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have yet again captured a jaguar, an endangered species.
There are no clear signals for either above- or below-average precipitation during the monsoon. Temperature forecasts, however, call for increased chances of warmer-than-average conditions.
UA Regents' Professor Thomas W. Swetnam, director of the world-renowned Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, grew up in New Mexico learning about forest fires.
UA associate professor Betsy Arnold and local teacher Margaret Wilch developed a science course that allowed high school students to participate in real desert biology research.
A UA study explores why some tropical lizards bear live young rather than lay eggs.
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