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WUCA Pre-Training Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Keely Brooks (SNWA, She/Her)
32:53
https://toolkit.climate.gov/
Keely Brooks (SNWA, She/Her)
33:13
https://toolkit.climate.gov/tool/climate-resilience-evaluation-awareness-tool-creat
Alyssa Hall (Facilitator)
33:22
https://www.epa.gov/crwu/climate-resilience-evaluation-and-awareness-tool-creat-risk-assessment-application-water
Keely Brooks (SNWA, She/Her)
33:50
https://gdo-dcp.ucllnl.org/downscaled_cmip_projections/dcpInterface.html
Alyssa Hall (Facilitator)
43:14
If you have questions, please submit them via the chat and I will queue the questions for our Q&A. Thank you!
Keely Brooks (SNWA, She/Her)
56:05
& Emission Scenarios drive the GCMs
Keely Brooks (SNWA, She/Her)
01:07:28
As a reminder to this group: in 2021 Connie Woodhouse, Rebecca Smith, Paul Miller and others tested a statistical model to see the impact of warming by 1C to 4C in the UC and estimated reduced flow and runoff efficiency. Joel is saying that globally 3C may be what we will see in the future. There study, showed that with the greater warming there is a substantial increase in frequency of Upper Basin Shortage and Lees Ferry Deficit. Here is a link to the paper: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cliser.2020.100206
Alyssa Hall (Facilitator)
01:11:44
If you have any questions please submit them via chat for our upcoming Q&A.
Heidi Roop
01:20:59
ANNUAL ENERGY OUTLOOK 2022: https://www.eia.gov/outlooks/aeo/ (The chart library is helpful if you want to look at specific sectors in detail).
Shaden Musleh
01:22:50
The curve for transportation (CO 2 emission) looks very interesting and surprising to me given the trend that I see with more people switching to electrical vehicles
Keely Brooks (SNWA, She/Her)
01:27:26
Hi Shaden- I think we will see the transportation sector start to decline (we hope!) I just found this online - "Just under 1% of all the cars in the US are fully electric vehicles (EVs). This number doesn't account for partial electric and hybrid vehicles. In 2020, electric and hybrid vehicles saw a huge jump in sales, approximately 76% for hybrids and 83% for fully electric cars." So we still have a small number of low/no emission cars. The other big challenge is to transition the heavy duty vehicles over.
Shaden Musleh
01:28:54
Thanks Keely!
Julie Vano
01:33:39
I look forward to seeing people tomorrow!
Sara Larsen
01:33:51
Thanks! See you tomorrow...
Michelle Garrison
01:34:02
Thanks!