U.S. Department of Commerce-NOAA
09/01/2011 – 08/31/2014
Graham, Wendy D
Ingram, Keith Talbert
Irani, Tracy Anne
Misra, Vasu (FSU)
Goals and Objectives
The University of Florida Water Institute, Florida State University and the Southeast Climate Consortium, along with representatives from seven major public water supply utilities and three Water Management Districts in Florida, propose to develop and implement a collaborative Working Group to increase the regional relevance and usability of climate and sea level rise data and tools for the specific needs of water suppliers and resources managers in Florida. The Florida Water and Climate Alliance (FloridaWCA) Working Group will operate as a learning and collaboration platform and will employ participatory methods and a knowledge management framework to promote shared knowledge, data, models and decision-making tools.
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Title: Assessment of alternative methods for statistically downscaling daily GCM precipitation outputs to simulate regional streamflow. JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 50 (4), 1010-1032, 2014.
Authors: Hwang, S., and W. Graham
Title: Assessment of the utility of dynamically-downscaled regional reanalysis data to predict streamflow in west central Florida using an integrated hydrologic model, Reg Environ Change DOI 10.1007/s10113-013-0406-x
Authors: Hwang, Syewoon, Wendy D. Graham, Alison Adams, and Jeffrey Geurink
Title: Development and comparative evaluation of a stochastic analog method to downscale daily GCM precipitation, Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 17, 4481-4502, 2013. doi:10.5194/hess-17-4481-2013
Authors: Hwang, Syewoon and Wendy D. Graham
Title: NOAA SARP Project (NA11-OAR4310110) Final Report
Authors: Staal, Lisette