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There is a wealth of publicly available climate data in addition to internal data gathered by your organization. How do practitioners effectively organize and apply this data to learn from it, pinpoint organizational risks and opportunities, and inform and motivate colleagues? This Bootcamp builds your climate knowledge by surveying the full range of available tools and strategies to help you take full advantage of climate data.

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Learning Objectives

  • Learning about existing climate data, modeling and tools available to practitioners, and where and how to access these resources
  • Understanding sources of and reasons for uncertainty (at different timescales, due to measurements, due to politics, downscaling, etc.), and making strong organizational decisions in this context
  • Translating data into actionable information for your organization, and understanding thresholds for action
  • Using case studies to understand how subsets of these data and tools have been used in the past
  • Identifying critical gaps in data and knowledge

Course Architects

  • David Behar – Climate Program Director, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
  • Paul Fleming – Manager, Climate Resiliency Group, Seattle Public Utilities
  • David Herring – Director of Communications & Education, NOAA Climate Program Office, U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  • Laurna Kaatz – Climate Scientist, Denver Water
  • Ken Kunkel – Senior Scientist and Science Lead for Assessments, National Climatic Data Center, NOAA
  • Lindene Patton – Global Head of Hazard Product Development, CoreLogic
  • Ana Pinheiro Privette – Project Manager, Climate Data Initiative, NASA/Climate Data Solutions
  • Curt Tilmes – Research Computer Scientist, NASA
  • Paul Wagner – Branch Chief and Ecologist, Institute for Water Resources, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers