NCAR Weather and Climate Impact Assessment Program

The NCAR Climate and Weather Impact Assessment Science Program focuses on critical scientific gaps in the weather and climate arenas that have proved particularly challenging for decision-makers and scientists alike, including characterizing uncertainty, extreme weather and climate events, and the role of climate in human health. This collection contains program documents as well as documents and presentations from the Initiative Review Meeting on August 3, 2004.

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NCAR initiative on Weather and Climate Impact Assessment Science (WCIAS)
Climate variability and uncertainty in flood hazard planning in Colorado
Annual report (2003/2004)
NCAR initiative on weather and climate impact assessment science
WCIAS initiative review meeting agenda
Renewal proposal for the NCAR weather and climate impact assessment science initiative
The weather and climate impact assessment science initiative
Progress report for the Land Cover Forcing from the SRES Scenarios in Climate Models component of the Weather and Climate Impact
Managing wildland fire risks
Introduction to the NCAR Weather and Climate Impact Assessment Science (WCIAS) Initiative
Downscaling of severe thunderstorms from reanalysis data
Climate variability and uncertainty in flood risk management in Colorado
Charge letter to the review committee
New methods to support decision making during freshwater ecosystem service evaluation
Methods for evaluating freshwater ecosystem services in support of decision making
Conclusions and summary
Toward a central focus on decision-making in the assessment initiative
Moving toward decision-­making as a central focus
Aviation forecasts in the Weather and Climate Impact Assessment Science Initiative
Probabilistic assessment of regional climate change [slides]

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