Hydro-Climate Symposium

Perspectives on Building Extreme Scenarios in a Warming World for Emergency Response and Water Resources Planning

Monday, June 4
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Location: Skyway Room

The concept for the panel is to discuss the elements that should be incorporated into constructed extremes in the face of a changing climate. Constructed extremes are design storms or scenarios used in planning efforts to either test and improve emergency response capabilities, or to develop or exercise management plans like a drought contingency plan or an Emergency Action Plan. The notion we are looking to explore is how much historical context is used and how much should be included anticipating changes in extremes due to a warming world.

Michael L. Anderson, Ph. D., P.E.

State Climatologist
Department of Water Resources

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John F. England, Jr.

Hydrologic Hazards Lead
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Risk Management Center

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