CISA: Carolinas Integrated Sciences and Assessments, A NOAA RISA Team

CISA Library: Presentations

2018

Farris, A. and K. Lackstrom. 2018. Using Citizen Science to Support Drought-Related Decision-Making. American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, January 6-11, 2018, Austin, TX.

Gao, P., G. Carbone, and J. Lu. 2018. Basins-Level Heavy Rainfall and Flood Analyses. American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, April 10-14, 2018, New Orleans, LA.

Lackstrom, K., H. Mizzell, and E. Altman. 2018. Drought Response and Planning in South Carolina: Challenges and Opportunities for Building Resilience across Scales and Sectors. American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, January 6-11, 2018, Austin, TX.

Lackstrom, K., P. Conrads, B. McCloskey, and L. Rouen. 2018. Monitoring Drought along the Gulf of Mexico and the Southeastern Atlantic Ocean Using the Coastal Salinity Index. American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, January 6-11, 2018, Austin, TX.

Ward. A. 2018. Engaging Stakeholders in the Development and Evaluation of Web-Based Tools to Address Heat-Related Illness in North Carolina. American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, January 6-11, 2018, Austin, TX.

2017

Carbone, G.J. 2017. Hydroclimate Extremes in the Carolinas. North Carolina Water Resources Research Institute Annual Conference, March 15, 2017, Raleigh, NC.

Dow, K. The Role of Scientists in Producing and Defending Evidence. Panel Discussion. American Association for the Advancement of Science, Forum on Science and Technology Policy, March 27-28, 2017, Washington, DC.

Dow, K. Vanishing Shorelines: Adapting to Sea-Level Rise in the Atlantic. Panel Discussion. American Association for the Advancement of Science, Forum on Science and Technology Policy, March 27-28, 2017, Washington, DC.

Dow, K. Who is your Audience? Panel Discussion. American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting, Communicating Science Seminar, February 16-20, 2017, Boston, MA.

Farris, A. Condition Monitoring: A New System for Drought Impacts Reporting through CoCoRaHS. 2017 WERA 1012 Meeting, May 17-19, 2017, Estes Park, CO.

Farris, A. Mapping Drought Monitoring Reports to Improve Access and Usability. North Carolina Water Resources Research Institute Annual Conference, March 15, 2017, Raleigh, NC.

Fly, E. Climate Change Impacts in the Lowcountry. Donnelley Foundation Land Conservation Symposium, May 16, 2017, Charleston, SC.

Fly, E. Building Community Resilience to Water-Related Hazards in the Charleston, SC Region: A Charleston Resilience Network Initiative. National Planning Conference, May 6, 2017, New York City, NY.

Fly, E. Our Changing Climate: Regional Data, Trends, and Impacts for South Carolina. NOAA Climate Adaptation Training, January 25, 2017, Charleston, SC.

Konrad, C., J. McLeod, A. Ward, S. Smith, and A. Hirsch. The Southeast U.S. Drought of 2016 and Public Health Impacts of Wildfire Smoke. Climate Prediction Applications Science Workshop, May 2, 2017, Anchorage, AK.

Konrad, C. The Southeast U.S. Drought: 2016-2017. Webinar at the Southeast and Caribbean Team (SECART) Annual Meeting, February 1, 2017.

Levine, N., N. Rubin, and T. Callahan. High Resolution Flood Modeling for Planning, Mitigation, and Response, Charleston, SC. 2017 Geological Society of America Southeastern Section Meeting, March 31, 2017, Richmond, VA.

Patel, A. Climate Information for Long-Term Water Supply Planning: A Case Study with OWASA. North Carolina Water Resources Research Institute Annual Meeting, March 15, 2017, Raleigh, NC.

Rouen, L. and P. Conrads. Using the Coastal Salinity Index for Monitoring Drought in the Carolinas. 2017 Georgia Water Resources Conference, April 19, 2017, Athens, GA.

Rouen, L. and P. Conrads. Using the Coastal Salinity Index for Monitoring Drought in the Carolinas. North Carolina Water Resources Research Institute Annual Conference, March 15, 2017, Raleigh, NC.

Ward, A. Heat Health in Native American Communities in North Carolina. NC American Indian Health Board Meeting, April 21, 2017, Chapel Hill, NC.

Ward, A. Incorporating Stakeholder Feedback into Tool Development. Climate-Health Conference, East Carolina University, March 23, 2017, Greenville, NC.

Whitehead, J., E. Fly, T. Allen, T. Crawford, A. Hanks, G. Kearney, S. Lovelace, and B. Montz. Developing Exercises to Improve Planning for Public Health Impacts and Community Water Infrastructure from Coastal Hazards. NC Water Resources Research Institute Annual Meeting, March 15, 2017, Raleigh, NC.

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2016

Allen, T., T. Crawford, & B. Montz, Multi-model Spatial Threats to Coastal Community Water Infrastructure. 39th Applied Geography Conference, October 28, 2016, Louisville, KY.

Allen, T.R. NOAA COCA Project Overview: Community-Wide Public Health Risk Assessment for Water. Hampton Roads Water Forum, September 14, 2016, Chesapeake, VA.

Allen, T.R. and Crawford, T.A. Multi-Hazard Flooding Risk Maps for Coastal Community Water Infrastructure. Coastal GeoTools Conference, February 9, 2016, Charleston, SC.

Allen, T.R. Sea Level Rise and Multi-Hazard Flooding Risks to Coastal Community Water Infrastructure. American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, April 6, 2016, Boston, MA.

Burger, D., R. DeVoe, E. Fly, and M. Wilbert. Catalyzing Events Leading to the Organization of the Charleston Resilience Network. Panel Discussion. Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference, September 13, 2016, Columbia, SC.

Carbone, G., P. Gao, J. Lu. How extreme was the October 2015 precipitation event in South Carolina? Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference, September 14, 2016, Columbia, SC.

arbone, G.J. A Hydroclimate Extremes Atlas for the Carolinas. South Carolina Water Resources Conference, October 13, 2016, Columbia, SC.

Childress, M., D. Tufford, J. Lu, G. Carbone, and P. Conrads. Using the Coastal Salinity Index and Predicted Streamflow to Forecast SC Blue Crab Landings. SC Water Resources Conference, October 12-13, 2016, Columbia, SC.

Conrads, P. Hydrologic Record Extension of Salinity Data to Evaluate Long-Term Coastal Drought Conditions. SC Water Resources Conference, October 12-13, 2016, Columbia, SC.

Farris, A. CoCoRaHS Condition Monitoring. Florence Master Gardeners Meeting, November 21, 2016. Florence, SC.

Farris, A. CoCoRaHS Condition Monitoring Reports. North Carolina DMAC Assessment Process Training. Workshop organized by the State Climate Office of North Carolina and North Carolina Cooperative Extension, November 14, 2016, Raleigh, NC.

Farris, A., K. Lackstrom, K. Dow, J. Davis, D. Eckhardt, and S. Selvaraj. What Can Citizen Scientists Tell Us about Drought? Using CoCoRaHS to Improve the Monitoring and Reporting of Drought Impacts. SC Water Resources Conference, October 13, 2016, Columbia, SC.

Farris, A., K. Dow, B. Haywood, K. Lackstrom. 2016. What Can Citizen Scientists Tell Us about Drought? American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, January 10-14, 2016, New Orleans, LA.

Fly, E. Past, Present, and Future: Reactive to Proactive Strategies for Adapting to Sea Level Rise in the Charleston Region. American Institute of Architects Resilience by Design, November 17, 2016, Charleston, SC.

Fly, E. Charleston Takes on Sea Level Rise: Strategies, Projects, Funding and Progress. League of Women Voters, November 14, 2016, Hilton Head Island, SC.

Fly, E. Knowing your audience: Fostering Climate Communication and Adaptation in the Carolinas. Georgia Climate Conference. November 3, 2016, Jekyll Island, GA.

Fly, E. The State of the Climate: Impacts for South Carolina’s North Coast. The Nature Conservancy North Coast Resilience Summit, September 28, 2016, Georgetown, SC.

Fly, E. Disaster Planning in the Face of a Changing Climate. American Association of Occupational Health Nurses Invited Webinar, September 14, 2016.

Fly, E. Community Leadership in Planning for Sea Level Rise: Beaufort/Port Royals Sea Level Rise Task Force. Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference, September 12, 2016. Charlotte, NC.

Fly, E. Our Changing Climate: Regional Data, Trends, and Impacts for South Carolina. NOAA Climate Stewards Workshop, August 2, 2016, Charleston, SC.

Fly, E. Addressing the Impacts of Weather and Climate Hazards in the Lowcountry. South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control: Healthcare Preparedness Coalition, July 7, 2016, Charleston, SC.

Fly, E. Stemming the Tide: Global Sea Level Change and Local Impacts in South Carolina. South Carolina Department of Natural Resources: Climate Teacher Workshop, June 19, 2016, Charleston, SC.

Gao, P., G.J. Carbone, and J. Lu. How extreme was the October 2015 precipitation event in South Carolina? South Carolina Water Resources Conference, October 13, 2016, Columbia, SC.

Gao, P., G. Carbone, J. Lu. 2016. How Extreme Was the October 2015 Precipitation Event in South Carolina? Geological Society of America Southeastern Section 65th Annual Meeting, March 31-April 1, 2016, Columbia, SC.

Green, C. and G. Carbone. Putting Climate in Context through Local Videos. Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference, September 13, 2016, Columbia, SC.

Hanks, A. Indexing Public Health Vulnerabilities to Coastal Water Infrastructure. Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference, September 13, 2016, Columbia, SC.

Konrad, C. Climate Highlights for the Southeast U.S. Webinar presentation for the Guest Expert Series, sponsored by the National Center for Environmental Information (NCEI), December 15, 2016.

Konrad, C. Climate Change in North Carolina. Great Decisions Speaker Series at Farrington Village, October 13, 2016, Chapel Hill, NC.

Konrad, C. Introduction to the Heat-Health Vulnerability Tool. Public Health Stakeholders Meeting, September 29, 2016, Elizabethtown, NC.

Konrad, C. Going to Extremes: Tropical Storms and Hurricanes. Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference, September 12, 2016, Charlotte, NC.

Konrad, C. The Climate of the Southeast U.S.: Geographic Patterns and Trends in Extreme Events. Webinar by the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail, & Snow Network (CoCoRaHS), July 14, 2016.

Lackstrom, K., A. Farris, and K. Dow. What can citizen scientists tell us about drought conditions and impacts? 71st Annual SEDAAG Meeting, November 21, 2016, Columbia, SC.

Lackstrom, K. 2016. Coastal and Wetland Ecosystems: Overview of Drought Indicators, Impacts, and Management Issues. DOI Southeast Climate Science Center Workshop “Ecological Drought – Impacts, Resistance, and Recovery”, November 16-17, 2016, Raleigh, NC.

Lackstrom, K., K. Dow, A. Farris, B. Haywood, D. Chalcraft, C. Nolan, and D. Tufford. Drought and Coastal Ecosystems: An Assessment of Decision Maker Needs for Information. American Water Resources Association, 2016 Annual Water Resources Conference, November 14, 2016, Orlando, FL.

Lackstrom, K., G. Carbone, D. Tufford, and A. Patel. Climate and Water Resources in the Carolinas: Approaches to Applying Global Climate Change Information to Local and Regional Questions. SC Water Resources Conference, October 13, 2016, Columbia, SC.

Lackstrom, K. The Coastal Carolinas Drought Early Warning System (DEWS) Program. SC Water Resources Conference, October 13, 2016, Columbia, SC.

Lackstrom, K. Overview of the Coastal Carolinas DEWS Goals and Activities. NIDIS Coastal Carolinas Drought Early Warning System (DEWS) Meeting, June 2, 2016, Wilmington, NC.

Lackstrom, K., A. Brennan, K. Dow. 2016. Assessing the Usefulness of Citizen Science Information for Drought-Related Decision Making. American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, January 10-14, 2016, New Orleans, LA.

Lu, J., G.J. Carbone, and P. Gao. Detrending Crop Yield Data for Spatial Visualization of Drought Impacts in the United States, 1895-2014. 71st Annual SEDAAG Meeting, November 21, 2016, Columbia, SC.

Lu, J., G. Carbone, P. Gao. 2016. Long-Term Agriculture Drought Monitoring using AVHRR NDVI and North American Regional Reanalysis (NARR) from 1981 to 2013 in the United States. American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, March 29-April 2, 2016, San Francisco, CA.

Patel, A. What can we say about implications of climate change for water supply planning? Invited Paper North Carolina American Water Works Association, Water Environment Association Annual Meeting, November 14-16, 2016, Raleigh, NC.

Patel, A. and G. Carbone. A Bottom-Up Approach for Assessing the Long-Term Reliability of Water Supply in a Changing Climate. South Carolina Water Resources Conference, October 13, 2016, Columbia, SC.

Patel, A., R. Rouse, and G. Carbone. Developing Information for Integration of Climate Change in Long-Term Water Supply Planning. Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference, September 13, 2016, Charlotte, NC.

Shelley, D. C., P. Fettig, T. Thomas, C. Green, G. Carbone, and E. Jones. Lessons from Lessons: Making Climate Impact Videos with 9th Grade World Geography Students. Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference, September 14, 2016, Columbia, SC.

Ward, A. Engaging Communities in Tool Development: Heat Health Vulnerability Tool. Heat-Health Panel, 13th Annual One Medicine Symposium, December 8, 2016, Durham, NC.

Ward, A. Heat-Health Vulnerability Tool: Incorporating Community Stakeholder Feedback into Tool Development. 71st Annual SEDAAG Meeting, November 21, 2016, Columbia, SC.

Ward, A. Heat-Health Vulnerability Tool. Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference, September 13, 2016, Charlotte, NC.

Ward, A. Heat-Health Vulnerability Tool. Annual Heat Meeting, State Emergency Operations Center, August 19, 2016, Raleigh, NC.

Ward, R. Overview of Coastal Carolinas Drought. NIDIS Coastal Carolinas Drought Early Warning System (DEWS) Meeting, June 2, 2016, Wilmington, NC.

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2015

Brennan, A., J. Davis, K. Dow, K. Lackstrom, and S. Selveraj. 2015. Improving Understanding of Drought Impacts through Citizen Science. NC Water Resources Research Institute Annual Conference, March 18-19, 2015, Raleigh, NC.

Conrads, P. and L. Darby. 2015. Development of a Coastal Drought Index Using Salinity Data. 5th Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds, March 2-5, 2015, North Charleston, SC.

Conrads, P. and L. Darby. 2015. Development of a Coastal Drought Index Using Salinity Data. NC Water Resources Research Institute Annual Conference, March 18-19, 2015, Raleigh, NC.

Conrads, P., L. Darby, D. Tufford. 2015. Critical Aspects of the Coastal Drought Index: Length of Salinity Record and Ecological Response Data. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, December 14-18, 2015, San Francisco, CA.

Dow, K. 2015. Assessing Needs and Decision Contexts: RISA Approaches to Engagement Research. 21st International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, June 13-18, 2015, Charleston, SC.

Fly, E.K. 2015. Using participatory modeling and citizen science to help fishermen on the US East Coast identify ways to adapt to a changing climate. RISA Annual Meeting, January 14, 2015, Charleston, SC.

Fly, E.K. 2015. Stemming the tide: Global sea level change and local impacts in South Carolina. SC Chapter of Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriters Monthly Meeting, January 20, 2015, Columbia, SC.

Fly, E.K. 2015. Coastal infrastructure vulnerability. Conversation wtih Conservationists, South Carolina Senate Briefing, January 21,2015, Columbia, SC.

Fly, E.K. 2015. Stemming the Tide: Global Climate Change and Local Impacts in South Carolina. League of Women Voters of South Carolina, April 25, 2015, Hilton Head, SC.

Gao, P. and G. Carbone. 2015. NARCCAP Model Comparison of Extreme Rainfall Intensity in the Continental US. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, April 21-25, 2015, Chicago, IL.

Konrad, C. and J. McLeod. 2015. Determining climatological patterns of wetness and drought at a regional to local scale across the Carolinas. Climate Prediction Applications Science Workshop, March 24-26, 2015, Las Cruces, NM.

Lackstrom, K., A. Brennan, and K. Dow. 2015. Drought and Coastal Ecosystems: An Assessment of Decision Maker Needs for Information. 5th Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds, March 2-5, 2015, North Charleston, SC.

Lackstrom, K. 2015. Collaborative approaches to managing drought: Stakeholder networks and institutional change in the Carolinas. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, April 21-25, 2015, Chicago, IL.

Lu, J. and G. Carbone. 2015. Understanding the Impact of Drought on Crop Yield in South and North Carolina. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, April 21-25, 2015, Chicago, IL.

McLeod, J. and C. Konrad. 2015. Determining Climatological Patterns of Dryness and Drought at a Regional to Local Scale across the Carolinas. NC Water Resources Research Institute Annual Conference, March 18-19, 2015, Raleigh, NC.

Montz, B., T. Allen, and Z. Oyer. 2015. Multi-Hazard Vulnerability of Coastal Water Infrastructure to Sea Level, Storm Surges, and Riverine Flooding. NC Water Resources Research Institute Annual Conference, March 18-19, 2015, Raleigh, NC.

Nolan, C., D. Tufford, and D. Chalcraft. 2015. Needs Assessment of Coastal Land Managers for Drought Indicators in the Southeastern U.S. NC Water Resources Research Institute Annual Conference, March 18-19, 2015, Raleigh, NC.

Patel, A. 2015. Climate Change Information for Long-term Water Supply Planning. NC Water Resources Research Institute Annual Conference, March 18-19, 2015, Raleigh, NC.

Tufford, D., R. Deeb, G. Scott, J. Moore, K. Dow, and E. Fly. 2015. Indicators of the Occurrence of Vibrio in the Winyah Bay, SC Estuary. 5th Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds, March 2-5, 2015, North Charleston, SC.

Tufford, D., Carbone, G., Lu, J., Childress, M. 2015. Forecasts of future streamflow in a Coastal Plain river using OpenNSPECT. American Water Resources Association Annual Conference, November 16-19, 2015, Denver, CO.

Whitehead, J. 2015. Improving Coastal Water Resources Resilience to Climate Variability and Change through Participatory Dialogue. NC Water Resources Research Institute Annual Conference, March 18-19, 2015, Raleigh, NC.

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2014

Brennan, A., K. Lackstrom. 2014. From Global Climate Models to Local Choices: Lessons Learned about Providing and Using Climate Information for the Carolinas. 2014 Water Education Summit, September 9, 2014, Asheville, NC.

Brennan, A., B. Haywood, K. Lackstrom, K. Dow. 2014. Improving Understanding of Drought Impacts in Coastal Ecosystems. North Carolina Water Resources Research Institute Annual Meeting, March 20, 2014, Raleigh, NC.

Brennan, A., B. Haywood, K. Lackstrom, K. Dow. 2014. Improving Understanding of Drought Impacts in Coastal Ecosystems through Citizen Science. American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, February 2-6, 2014, Atlanta, GA.

Carbone, G. 2014. Climate Change and the Catawba-Wateree Basin. Catawba Wateree Relicensing Coalition Regional Water Issues Conference, October 28, 2014, Mooresville, NC.

Childress, M. 2014. Going with the Flow: Forecasting the Impact of Climate Change on Blue Crabs. South Carolina Water Resources Annual Conference, October 15-16, 2014, Columbia, SC.

Conrads, P. and L. Darby. 2014. Development of a Real-Time Coastal Drought Index. South Carolina Water Resources Annual Conference, October 15-16, 2014, Columbia, SC.

Conrads, P., E. Roehl, D. Tufford, R. Daamen, J. Whitehead. 2014. Availability of Freshwater along the Carolina Coast Using Climate Change Scenarios. Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference, April 28-29, 2014, Charlotte, NC.

Cumbie, R., J. McGuire, A. Sims, A. Hiatt, R. Boyles, J. Nielson-Gammon, B. McRoberts. 2014. Identifying Drought Conditions in Your Backyard, Tool Demonstration. Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference, April 28-29, 2014, Charlotte, NC.

Darby, L. A. Brennan, K. Dow, K. Lackstrom, P. Conrads. 2014. What is the National Integrated Drought Information System Doing in the Carolinas? Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference, April 28-29, 2014, Charlotte, NC.

Dow, K. 2014. Climate Change and Variability in the Carolinas. Wake Forest University Center for Energy, Environment, and Sustainability, October 31, 2014, Winston-Salem, NC.

Dow, K. 2014. Climate change impacts and adaptation in the Carolinas. Greater Piedmont Chapter of the Explorers Club, September 14, 2014, Columbia, SC.

Dow, K. 2014. Climate 101. Climate Friendly Parks Workshop, September 9, 2014, Congaree National Park, SC.

Dow, K., A. Brennan, K. Lackstrom, D. Ferguson. 2014. Linking Drought Impacts Information to Decision Making: Identifying Gaps and a Framework for Moving Forward. American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, February 2-6, 2014, Atlanta, GA.

Dow, K., K. Lackstrom, N. Kettle, B. Haywood, A. Brennan. 2014. The Role of Ad Hoc Networks in Supporting Climate Adaptation. Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, April 6-12, 2014, Tampa, FL.

Fly, E.K. and M.R. DeVoe. 2014. Our communities adaptating to a changing climate and coastline. South Eastern Wildlife and Environment Education Association Annual Meeting, March 29, 2014, Georgetown County, SC.

Fly, E.K. 2014. Not so lost in translation: Sea Grant Climate Extension. City of Folly Beach Planning Commission Meeting, April 7, 2014, Folly Beach, SC.

Green, Chandler. 2014.Educational Videos Characterizing South Carolina's Water Resources. 2014 Water Education Summit, September 9, 2014, Asheville, NC.

Konrad, C. 2014. The Climate of the Carolinas: Past, Present, and Future. Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference, April 28-29, 2014, Charlotte, NC.

Kovach, M., C. Konrad, C. Fuhrmann.2014. Identifying Heat Vulnerability in North Carolinas. Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference, April 28-29, 2014, Charlotte, NC.

Lackstrom, K., A. Brennan, P. Conrads, L. Darby, K. Dow, and D. Tufford. 2014. Drought and Coastal Ecosystems: Identifying Impacts and Opportunities to Inform Management. South Carolina Water Resources Annual Conference, October 15-16, 2014, Columbia, SC.

Lackstrom, K., A. Brennan, B. Haywood, K. Dow. 2014. Improving Understanding of Drought Impacts in Coastal Ecosystems. American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, February 2-6, 2014, Atlanta, GA.

Lippmann, S., K. Yeatts, A. Hanna, L. Thie, A. Waller. 2014. Public Health Impact of Projected 2050 Ozone Concentrations in Mecklenburg County, NC. Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference, April 28-29, 2014, Charlotte, NC.

Tufford, D., R. Deeb, G. Scott, J. Moore, K. Dow, and E. Fly. 2014. Indicators of the Occurrence of Vibrio in the Winyah Bay, SC Estuary. South Carolina Water Resources Annual Conference, October 15-16, 2014, Columbia, SC.

Whitehead, J. 2014. Facilitating Discussions about Decisions with the VCAPS Process. Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference, April 28-29, 2014, Charlotte, NC.

Whitehead, J., S. Tuler, T. Webler, K. Dow. 2014. Using the Vulnerability, Consequences and Adaptation Planning Scenarios Process to Facilitate Community Discussion. Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference, April 28-29, 2014, Charlotte, NC.

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2013

Abramyan, I., and L. Vaughan. 2013. Analyzing the Potential Connection of Climate Indices with Significant South Carolina Snow Events. NWS/SCO Partnership Meeting, January 16, 2013, Columbia, SC.

Brennan, A. 2013. Understanding Drought in Coastal Ecosystems. Cape Fear Arch Conservation Collaboration Quarterly Meeting, November 12, 2013, Little River, SC.

Brennan, A., G. Carbone, K. Lackstrom. 2013. What do we know about future climate in coastal South Carolina? North Inlet-Winyah Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment Tool for Coastal Habitats Workshop, November 13, 2013, Georgetown, SC.

Gao, P., G. Carbone, D. Tufford, A. Patel, and L. Rouen. 2013. Assessing methods to disaggregate daily precipitation for hydrological simulation. The Association of American Geographers 2013 Annual Meeting. April 9-13, 2013, Los Angeles, CA.

Kabela, E., and G. Carbone. 2013. NARCCAP Model Validation for the Southeast United States. 93rd Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society. January 7, 2013, Austin, TX. Recorded Presentation.

Lackstrom, K., A. Brennan, J. Davis, K. Dow, B. Haywood, A. Patel. 2013. Local Actors' Perspectives about the Impacts of Drought on Coastal Resources and Communities. Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting. November 24-26, 2013, Roanoke, VA.

Montz, B. T. Allen and Z. Oyer. 2013. Climate Change Impacts on Water Infrastructure: Vulnerability to Sea-Level Rise & Coastal Storm Surges. Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting. November 24-26, 2013, Roanoke, VA.

Patel, A., D. Tufford, G. Carbone, P. Gao, L. Felker. 2013. Assessing Climate Change Impacts on Streamflow in North Carolina and South Carolina River Basins. The Association of American Geographers 2013 Annual Meeting. April 9-13, 2013, Los Angeles, CA.

Tufford, D. 2013. Climate and Water Resoruces in South Carolina: Science for Decision-Making. South Carolina Association of Environmental Professional Meeting. April 18, 2013, Columbia, SC.

Tufford, D., R. Deeb, G. Scott, J. Moore, K. Dow. 2013. Indicators of the Occurence of Vibrio in the Winyah Bay, SC Estuary. Southeast Tidal Creeks Summit. December 16-17, 2013, Wilmington, NC.

Tufford, D., S. Samadi, G. Carbone. 2013. "Incorporating Shallow Aquifer Uncertainty to Streamflow Prediction in a Forested Wetland Coastal Plain Watershed". Annual Meeting of The Geological Society of America. October 27-30, 2013, Denver, CO.

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2012

Abramyan, I., and H. P. Mizzell. 2012. The Influence of ENSO Cold and Warm Event Cycles on South Carolina's Winter Weather. Palmetto Chapter of the American Meteorological Society Annual Mini-Technical Conference, March 15, 2012, Columbia, SC.

Brennan, A. 2012. NIDIS Carolinas Drought Early Warning System Pilot Program. The Climate Connection Workshop Series: Climate Variability and Impacts to South Carolina's Natural Resources, September 13, 2012, Charleston, SC.

Brosius, A. 2012. CISA: In 10 Min or Less. Cape Fear Arch Meeting, May 15, 2012, Kure Beach, NC.

Carbone, G. J., K. Dow, K. Lackstrom, and D. L. Tufford. 2012. Improving the Characterization of Drought and Understanding of Impacts on Water and Ecological Resources. 2012 NOAA in the Carolinas Conference: Water Resources and Resiliency, March 15-16, 2012, Fort Johnson, SC.

Dilling, L., K. Dow, M. C. Lemons, K. Lackstrom, J. Berggren, S. Kalafatis, B. Haywood, and R. Henry. 2012. Toward a framework for Assessing Stakeholder Needs in Responding to Climate Change Across Spatial and Temporal Scales. American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, January 22-26, 2012, New Orleans, LA.

Dow, K., K. Lackstrom, A. Brennan, A. Brosius, B. Haywood, and N. P. Kettle. 2012. Building adaptive capacity through partnerships and networks. Climate Adaptation Futures: Second International Climate Change Adaptation Conference 2012, May 30, 2012, Tucson, AZ.

Dow, K., T. Webler, S. Tuler, J. C. Whitehead, and N. P. Kettle. 2012. Developing vulnerability and consequence planning scenarios for adaptation. Climate Change Adaptation Futures: Second International Climate Change Adaptation Conference 2012, May 29-31, 2012, Tucson, AZ.

Gao, P. 2012. Assessing Methods to Disaggregate Daily Precipitation for Hydrological Simulation. South Carolina Water Resources Conference, October 10-11, 2012, Columbia, SC.

Griffin, M. T., and B. Montz. 2012. Emerging Water Stress in Southeast North Carolina. The Association of American Geographers 2012 Annual Meeting, February 24-28, 2012, New York, NY.

Haywood, B., A. Brennan, K. Lackstrom, N. P. Kettle, and K. Dow. 2012. Climate Change Response in the Carolinas: Framing Outsite the "Climate Change" Box. Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, November 18-20, 2012, Asheville, NC.

Haywood, B., A. Brennan, K. Lackstrom, N. P. Kettle, and K. Dow. 2012. Framing Climate Change in the Carolinas. Climate Adaptation Futures: Second International Climate Change Adaptation Conference 2012, May 29-31, 2012, Tucson, AZ.

Kettle, N. P. 2012. The influence of perceived risk, uncertainty, and trust on coastal climate change adaptation planning. The Association of American Geographers 2012 Annual Meeting, February 24-28, 2012, New York, NY.

Kovach, M. 2012. Heat Related Illness and North Carolina: Linking Variations in Heat Related Illness to Land Cover and Socioeconomic Patterns. Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, November 18-20, 2012, Asheville, NC.

Lackstrom, K., N. Kettle, K. Dow, A. Brennan, B. Haywood. 2012. Climate Decision Making in the Carolinas: The Role of Information Networks in Supporting Adaptation. Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, November 18-20, 2012, Asheville, NC.

Mizzell, H. and I. Abramyan. 2012. South Carolina's Climate Report Card: Understanding SC's Climate Trends and Variability. South Carolina Water Resources Conference. October 10-11, 2012, Columbia, SC.

Mizzell, H. P., M. Malsick, and I. Abramyan. 2012. South Carolina's Climate Report Card: Understanding South Carolina's Climate Trends and Variability. Palmetto Chapter of the American Meteorological Society Annual Mini-Technical Conference, March 15, 2012, Columbia, SC.

Patel, A. 2012. Assessing Climate Change Impacts on Streamflow in South Carolina River Basins. South Carolina Water Resources Conference, October 10-11, 2012, Columbia, SC.

Turner, A., and J. C. Whitehead. 2012. Assessing Flooding Adaptation Needs in the City of Charleston, SC: a climate extension approach to catalyze climate change adaptation planning. NOAA in the Carolinas 2012 Conference: Water Resources and Resiliency, 15 March 2012, Fort Johnson, SC.

Whitehead, J. C. 2012. Changes in the Availability of Freshwater along the South Carolina and Georgia Coast due to Potential Climate Change Scenarios. South Carolina Environmental Conference, March 12, 2012, Myrtle Beach, SC.

Whitehead, J. C., S. Tuler, T. Webler, K. Dow, N. P. Kettle, and K. Miller. 2012. Facilitating Community Resiliency Discussions Using The Vulnerability and Consequences Adaptation Planning Scenarios (VCAPS) Process. 2012 NOAA in the Carolinas Conference: Water Resources and Resiliency, March 15-16, 2012, Fort Johnson, SC.

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2011

Dilling, L., K. Dow, M. C. Lemos, K. Lackstrom, J. Berggren, S. Kalafatis, B. Haywood, and R. Henry. 2011. A comparison of stakeholder needs and constraints for adaptation across three regions. Solutions for a Warming World: AMS Conference on Climate Adaptation, July 18-20, 2011, Asheville, NC.

Dow, K. 2011. Putting Geography into practice and the U.S. National Climate Assessment. The Association of American Geographers: 2011 Annual Meeting, April 12-16, 2011, Seattle, WA.

Felker, L. 2011. Increased perviousness versus urban densification: Trade-offs between adaptation and mitigation in a changing climate. American Water Resources Association Spring Specialty Conference, Managing Climate Change Impacts on Water Resources: Adaptation Issues, Options, and Strategies, April 18-20, 2011, Baltimore, MD.

Fowler, J. 2011. Communicating Uncertainty Cartographically. The Association of American Geographers 2011 Annual Meeting, April 12-16, 2011, at Seattle, WA.

Haywood, B. 2011. Alterations, Self-Deception and Competing Priorities: The Dissociative Identity Disorder of Energy Efficiency Environmentality. The Association of American Geographers 2011 Annual Meeting, April 12-16, 2011, Seattle, WA.

Kettle, N. P. 2011. Climate change adaptation processes: the influence of risk, uncertainty, and scale. The Association of American Geographers 2011 Annual Meeting, April 12-16, 2011, Seattle, WA.

Kettle, N. P. 2011. Climate Change Adaptation Planning in Coastal South Carolina. 2011 Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, 20-22 May, 2011, Savannah, GA.

Lackstrom, K. 2011. Drought Adaptations and Institutions in the Carolinas. The Association of American Geographers 2011 Annual Meeting, April 12-16, 2011, Seattle, WA.

Lackstrom, K., B. Haywood, K. Dow, S. Ferguson, D. Foster, N. P. Kettle, C. Rappold, and E. Weeks. 2011. Assessing climate-sensitive sectors, decisions, and peoples in the Carolinas. Solutions for a Warming World: AMS Conference on Climate Adaptation, July 18-20, 2011, Asheville, NC.

Mizzell, H. 2011. Overview of Climate change in SC and State Office Climatology. AgroClimate Workshop, January 14, 2011, Florence, SC.

Tuler, S., K. Dow, J. C. Whitehead, T. Webler, and N. P. Kettle. 2011. Integration of local planners' and scientists' knowledge of consequences, vulnerabilities, and adaptation strategies to climate change related hazards. 91st Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society, January 23-27, 2011,

Whitehead, J. C. 2011. Building climate extension partnerships: The Carolinas Coastal Climate Outreach Initiative. Practical Solutions for a Warming World: AMS Conference on Climate Adaptation, July 18-20, 2011, Asheville, NC.

Whitehead, J. C., A. Turner, R. Bacon, G. Putnam, J. Thigpen, and M. Covi. 2011. Comparing climate extension approaches to catalyze climate change adaptation planning in Charleston, SC, and Plymouth, NC. 91st Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society, January 24, 2011, Seattle, WA.

Whitehead, J. C., A. Turner, R. H. Bacon, G. Putnam, J. F. Thigpen, and M. Covi. 2011. Comparing climate extension approaches to catalyze climate change adaptation planning in Charleston, SC, and Plymouth, NC. 91st Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society, January 23-27, 2011, Seattle, WA.

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2010

Carbone, G. J. 2010. Climate Change and the Southeast United States and Caribbean. Southeast Caribbean Regional Team (SECART) Workshop, May 24, 2010, at Jacksonville, FL.

Carbone, G. J. 2010. Global Climate Change. Palmetto Bluff Conservancy, December 3, 2010, Bluffton, SC.

Carbone, G. J., J. Rhee, H. P. Mizzell, K. Dow, and A. T. DeGaetano. 2010. Evolution of the dynamic drought index tool. 90th Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society, January 20, 2010, Atlanta, GA.

Felker, L. 2010. Approaches to Improve Calibration of Hydrologic Models in Coastal Plains. South Carolina Water Resources Conference, October 13-14, 2010, Columbia, SC.

Felker, L., D. L. Tufford, G. J. Carbone, J. M. Grego, and P. Gao. 2010. Approaches to Calibrate Watershed Hydrologic Models in the Southeast Coastal Plain. 2010 Annual Water Resources Conference, November 1-4, 2010, Philadelphia, PA.

Kabela, E., G. J. Carbone, P. Gao, and J. Rhee. 2010. Downscaling climate change information for water resources. South Carolina Water Resources Conference, October 13-14, 2010, Columbia, SC.

Mizzell, H. P. 2010. South Carolina Climate Crunch. Crunch 2010: Interstate Water Issues Conference, September 23-24, 2010, Greenville, SC.

Mizzell, H. P. 2010. Droughts, FERC Relicensings, and Water Management Benefits. Third Annual South Carolina Rivers Forum: A Decade of Hydropower Reform and the Benefits to South Carolina's Rivers, October 15, 2010, Columbia, SC.

Spence, L., and J. C. Whitehead. 2010. Evidence and causes of climate change. COSEE-SE Ocean Awareness Day, October 16, 2010, Greenville, SC.

Tufford, D. L., and L. Felker. 2010. Watershed Simulation Modeling of the Waccamaw River and Greater Winyah Bay for Water Resource Management Decision-Making. Burroughs and Chapin Center for Marine and Wetland Studies Seminar, June 24, 2010, Coastal Carolina University, Conway, SC.

Whitehead, J. C. 2010. Engaging decision-makers on climate change. Southeast Coastal Ocean Observing Regional Association Annual Meeting, May 12, 2010, Savannah, GA.

Whitehead, J. C. 2010. Using climate extension to assist coastal decision-makers with climate adaptation. The 22nd Meeting of The Coastal Society, June 16, 2010, Wilmington, NC.

Whitehead, J. C. 2010. Coastal drought issues in the Carolinas. Water Supply, Drought, and Climate Variability Symposium, 2010 Land Grant and Sea Grant National Water Conference, February 22, 2010, Hilton Head Island, SC.

Whitehead, J. C. 2010. Addressing community water system and adaptation to climate change through participation and systems thinking. 2010 Land Grant and Sea Grant National Water Conference February, 24, 2010, Hilton Head Island, SC.

Whitehead, J. C. 2010. Causes of climate change: Natural and human contributions. Ocean Awareness Day, February 27, 2010, Charleston, SC.

Whitehead, J. C. 2010. Getting started on sea level rise (SLR): Tips on thinking about how to respond. N.C. Beach, Inlet, and Waterway Association Coastal Local Governments meeting, March 30, 2010, Pine Knoll Shores, NC.

Whitehead, J. C. 2010. Climate adaptation in coastal communities: A Sea Grant Climate Network approach to outreach. Mid-Atlantic Sea Grant meeting, April 28, 2010, Corolla, NC.

Whitehead, J. C. 2010. Engaging decision-makers on climate-change. Southeast Coastal Ocean Observing Regional Association (SECOORA) annual meeting, May 12, 2010, Savannah, GA.

Whitehead, J. C. 2010. Tactics for facilitation adaptation National Sea Grant Office/NOAA Southeast and Caribbean Regional Team Southeast and Caribbean Climate Outreach Workshop, May 25, 2010, Jacksonville, FL.

Whitehead, J. C. 2010. Piloting climate extension methods: the Carolinas Coastal Climate Extension Initiative National Sea Grant Office/NOAA Southeast and Caribbean Regional Team Southeast and Caribbean Climate Outreach Workshop, May 25, 2010, Jacksonville, FL.

Whitehead, J. C. 2010. Climate, weather, and climate change drivers. COSEE-SE Ocean Institute 2010, June 24, 2010, Raleigh, NC.

Whitehead, J. C. 2010. Possible future climate changes in the Southeast COSEE-SE Ocean Institute 2010, June 25, 2010, Raleigh, NC.

Whitehead, J. C. 2010. Hurricanes, climate change, and how climate science works. COSEE-SE Ocean Institute 2010, June 25, 2010, Raleigh, NC.

Whitehead, J. C. 2010. Climate change and adaptation in coastal South Carolina. Beaufort GreenDrinks, November 16, 2010, Beaufort, SC.

Whitehead, J. C., C. Conger, J. Brown, and R. Bacon. 2010. Climate adaptation in coastal communities: A Sea Grant Climate Network approach to outreach. 90th Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological society, January 18, 2010, Atlanta, GA.

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2009

Dow, K. 2009. Understanding Drought Impacts in the Carolinas. The Association of American Geographers 2009 Annual Meeting, March 24, 2009, Las Vegas, NV.

Tufford, D. L., G. J. Carbone, L. Felker, and P. Gao. 2009. Simulation Modeling of Large Watersheds on the US Southeast Coast. American Water Resources Association 2009 Annual Water Resources Conference, November 9-12, 2009, Seattle, WA.

Tufford, D. L., L. Felker, G. J. Carbone, and P. Gao. 2009. Modeling Large Watersheds on the US Southeast Coast. American Water Resources Association 2009 Annual Water Resources Conference, November 10, 2009, Seattle, WA.

Whitehead, J. C. 2009. Coastal climate: Implication for North Carolina municipalities. North Carolina Beach Inlet, and Waterway Association Annual Coastal Local Governments meeting, March 30, 2009, Pine Knoll Shores, NC.

Whitehead, J. C. 2009. Coastal climate: Implications for the coastal Carolinas. Charleston Country Parks and Recreation Commission Stewardship Committee Meeting, June 17, 2009, Charleston, SC.

Whitehead, J. C. 2009. Global climate controls: Physical processes of climate, weather, and climate change. COSEE-SE Ocean Institute, July 20, 2009, Georgetown, SC.

Whitehead, J. C. 2009. Causes of climate change: Natural and human contributions to our changing climate. COSEE-SE Ocean Institute, July 21, 2009, Georgetown, SC.

Whitehead, J. C. 2009. Human responses to sea level rise: Options, none ideal. COSEE-SE Ocean Institute, July 22, 2009, Georgetown, SC.

Whitehead, J. C. 2009. Coastal climate: Implications for the Southeast. COSEE-SE Ocean Institute, July 21, 2009, Georgetown, SC.

Whitehead, J. C. 2009. The Carolinas Coastal Climate Outreach Initiative: Translating research to applications. Georgia Coastal Research Council Coastal Georgia Colloquium '09, August 11, 2009, Savannah, GA.

Whitehead, J. C. 2009. Assessing vulnerability to climate change. Fort Johnson Marine Science Seminar Series, September 11, 2009, Charleston, SC.

Whitehead, J. C. 2009. Climate adaptation in coastal communities: A Network approach to outreach. National Sea Grant Academy Part II, October 5, 2009, Niceville, FL.

Whitehead, J. C. 2009. Coastal Adaptation planning using an interactive risk-based vulnerability assessment tool. National Sea Grant Academy Part II, October 6, 2009, Niceville, FL.

Whitehead, J. C. 2009. Climate change adaptation and extension: the Carolinas Coastal Climate Outreach Initiative Annual Meeting of the Coastal States Organization, October 20, 2009, Charleston, SC.

Whitehead, J. C. 2009. Sea Grant Climate Extension: A resource for the latest climate science information. Kitchen Table Climate Study Group Meeting, October 22, 2009, McClellanville, SC.

Whitehead, J. C. 2009. Climate adaptation in coastal communities: A network approach to outreach (Workshop Introduction). Sea Grant Climate Network Workshop - Climate Adaptation in Coastal Communities: A Network Approach and Outreach, November 9, 2009, Charleston, SC.

Whitehead, J. C. 2009. Defining vulnerability, adaptation, and working with decision-makers: Sea Grant's added value to assessment. Sea Grant Climate Network Workshop - Climate Adaptation in Coastal Communities: a Network Approach to Outreach, November 11, 2009, Charleston, SC.

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2008

Carbone, G. J., K. Dow, H. P. Mizzell, and J. Rhee. 2008. Evolution of a Drought Monitoring Tool. American Geophysical Union's Fall Meeting, December 15-19, 2008, San Francisco, CA.

Carbone, G. J., H. P. Mizzell, J. Rhee, and K. Dow. 2008. A Dynamic Drought Tool for the Carolinas. 2008 South Carolina Water Resources Conference, October 14-15, 2008, N. Charleston, SC.

Dow, K. 2008. Carrying Out Vulnerability Analyses. Western State Water Council/Western Governors Association/California Department of Water Resources: Climate Change Adaptation Policy Workshop, September 24-26, 2008, Irvine, CA.

Garfin, G., H. Hartmann, E. Lay, K. Dow, C. Fraisse, G. J. Carbone, D. Bathke, L. Demouche, M. Higgins, C. Roncoli, J. Rhee, M. Crimmins, V. Cabrera, M. Marsalis, A. Olsson, R. Vazquez, M. Bean, and A. Thwaits. 2008. RISA Regional Drought Knowledge Transfers: Southeast/Southwest. Climate Prediction Application Science Workshop, 4-7 March 2008, Chapel Hill, NC.

Overpeck, J T., B. Udall, E. Miles, K. Dow, C. Anderson, D. Cayan, M. Dettinger, H. Hartmann, J. Jones, P. Mote, A. Ray, M. Shafer, and D. White. 2008. The Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments (RISA) Program, Climate Services, and Meeting the National Climate Change Adaptation Challenge. American Geophysical Union's Fall Meeting, December 15-19, 2008, San Francisco, CA.

Tufford, D. L., G. J. Carbone, J. Hussey, and K. Dow. 2008. Impacts of Climate Anomalies on Water Resources in the Carolinas. Climate Predication Application Science Workshop, 4-7 March 2008, Chapel Hill, NC.

Whitehead, J. C. 2008. Collaborating on climate change. Mid-Atlantic Sea Grant Meeting, October 28, 2008, at Corolla, NC.

Whitehead, J. C. 2008. Climate extension: What Sea Grant can do for you! East Carolina University Climate, Weather, and Tourism Workshop, November 15, 2008, Greenville, NC.

Zielinsky, G. 2008. Classifying nor'easters and relationship to beach processes. Coastal Flooding and Beach Erosion Training, National Weather Service WFO, January 2008, Wilmington, NC.

Zielinsky, G. 2008. Coastal Carolina's Climate: Controls and Changes. Waccamaw River/Winyah Bay Foundation Annual Meeting, March 1, 2008, Conway, SC.

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2007

Dow, K., R. L. Murphy, G. J. Carbone, and J. Rhee. 2007. User Evaluation of Drought Mapping. The Association of American Geographers 2007 Annual Meeting, April 17- 21, 2007, San Francisco, CA.

Murphy, R. L., K. Dow, J. Rhee, and G. J. Carbone. 2007. User Awareness of Uncertainty in an Online Mapping Tool: The Dynamic Drought Index for Basins in North and South Carolina. The Association of American Geographers 2007 Annual Meeting, April 17-21,2007, San Francisco, CA.

Zielinsky, G. 2007. Coastal Climate: The Driving Forces Now and in the Future. Grand Strand Beach Nourishment Workshop, October 11, 2007, Coastal Carolina University, Conway, SC.

Zielinsky, G. 2007. A Classification Scheme for Nor'easters and Relevance to Their Impact on the North Carolina Coast: Past, Present, and Future. North Carolina Beach Inlet and Waterway Association 7th Annual Conference, November, 2007, Carolina Beach, NC.

Zielinsky, G. 2007. Coastal Climate Extension and What it Means to Coastal Managers. 10th Annual Southern and Caribbean Coastal Managers Regional Meeting, November, 2007, Lafayette, LA.

2005

Dow, K., G. J. Carbone, K. Karwan, H. P. Mizzell, D. L. Tufford, and K. Lackstrom. 2005. Perspectives on the utility of climate information in water resources management in the Southeast US. The Association of American Geographers 2005 Annual Meeting, April 6-9, 2005, Denver, CO.

Dow, K., G. J. Carbone, D. L. Tufford, H. P. Mizzell, J. Rhee, and K. Lackstrom. 2005. Improving Climate Information for Hydroelectric Dam Re-licensing. Climate Change Science Workshop U.S. Climate Change Science Program, November 14-16, 2005, Washington D.C.

Dow, K., K. Karwan, G. J. Carbone, K. Lackstrom, H. P. Mizzell, and D. L. Tufford. 2005. The Role of Climate Information in the FERC Hydro Licensing Process. Climate Prediction Applications Workshop, March 15-17, 2005, Palisades, NY.

2004

Carbone, G. J., and K. Dow. 2004. Drought Forecasting in South Carolina. The Association of American Geographers Centennial Meeting, March 15-19, 2004, Philadelphia, PA.

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