This is the second part of a discussion with Arizona’s top weather climatologists about drought, rainy winters and why California gets so much more of those “atmospheric rivers” than we do
In this discussion with Arizona’s top weather climatologists about the long (and continuing) drought in the Southwest, we talk about the reasons behind the abundant moisture during the 2016-2017 winter and expectations for the future (cross your fingers!).
Today’s talk features Mark O’Malley, forecaster and Climate Science Program manager for the National Weather Service.
Published on March 8, Part Onefeatured an interview with Arizona State Climatologist Nancy Selover. Dr. Selover is the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability Research Professor at Arizona State University’s School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.
Selover and O’Malley are the co-chairs of the State Drought Monitoring Technical Committee, which is responsible for gathering…
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