Zack Guido is a research scientist at the UA’s Institute of the Environment and School of Natural Resources and Environment, and leads the UA International Research and Applications Project. Zack’s research interests focus on climate adaptation and specifically on understanding the impacts of climate variability and change on environmental resources including water and food; understanding key aspects of vulnerability and how people adapt to and cope with the climate; and the role of weather and climate services in decision-making. Zack has active research projects in the U.S.
Victor R. Baker is Regents’ Professor of Hydrology and Water Resources, Professor of Geosciences, and Professor of Planetary Sciences, The University of Arizona. He has authored or co-authored 400 research papers and chapters and authored or edited 18 books on topics that include the geology and paleohydrology of Mars, Quaternary paleohydrology and geology, flood geomorphology, and history/philosophy of Earth and planetary sciences.